Patagonia Gnarwall Beanie

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Patagonia Gnarwall Beanie FEATURES of the Patagonia Gnarwall Beanie Soft and comfortable nylon/chlorine-free merino wool blend Increased depth for more coverage over forehead and ears Unique A/B yarn twist design SPECIFICATIONS of the Patagonia Gnarwall Beanie Weight: 3.1 oz / 88 g 55% nylon 45% chlorine-free merino wool This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

The Gnarwall has staying power all day, everyday, whether you're chopping firewood or straightlining a run through Gad Valley. It's soft and comfortable, with a taller crown that slips down over your ears and forehead when you want to slip away incognito. The nylon and chlorine-free merino wool blend stays warm even in saturated weather; the exterior has a unique A/B yarn-twist design for texture. One size.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Patagonia Gnarwall Beanie - Closeout - The Gnarwall has staying power all day, everyday, whether you're chopping firewood or straightlining a run through Gad Valley. It's soft and comfortable, with a taller crown that slips down over your ears and forehead when you want to slip away incognito. The nylon and chlorine-free merino wool blend stays warm even in saturated weather; the exterior has a unique A/B yarn-twist design for texture. One size. Details Nylon and chlorine-free merino wool blend is soft and comfortable Unique A/B yarn twist design Increased depth for more coverage over forehead and ears 55% nylon/45% chlorine-free merino wool 87 g (3.1 oz) Made in China.

- Massey's Outfitters

Patagonia Gnarwall Beanie

previously retailed for:
$29.25 - $39.00

The Patagonia Gnarwall Beanie is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 2, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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