Patagonia Lined Beanie

Specs

Weight 2.9 oz / 82 g
Fabric 55% Nylon / 45% Chlorine-Free Merino Wool
Lining 5.2 oz 100% Polyester Fleece

Where to Buy

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Patagonia's Lined Beanie page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The wickedly warm Lined Beanie keeps your brainpan from freezing up through a day of overhead powder. The fine-gauge knit exterior features a new fabric blend this season: 45% weather-resistant, chlorine-free merino wool and 55% fast-drying nylon for durability, quick-to-dry performance and all-day comfort. A 100% polyester fleece lining wicks moisture and feels smooth against bare skin. Stays put under a helmet or hood.

- Patagonia.com

On Sale. Patagonia Lined Beanie FEATURES of the Patagonia Lined Beanie Soft polyester/chlorine-free merino wool blend keeps head warm and comfortable Fully lined with a lightweight and moisture-wicking polyester fleece Tightly woven knit with a great fit Fun patterns SPECIFICATIONS of the Patagonia Lined Beanie Weight: 2.8 oz / 79 g 45% chlorine-free merino wool, 55% polyester Lining: 5.6-oz 100% polyester fleece This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

Made of a warm nylon/wool blendSame great beanie fit and functionFully lined with lightweight, moisture-wicking polyester fleeceGreat, textural knitFun patterns55% nylon/45% chlorine-free merino wool. Lining: 5.2-oz 100% polyester fleece82 g (2.9 oz)Made in China Chlorine-free Wool Raw, untreated wool has scales that make it itchy and coarse and cause it to shrink, so most wool fabrics are treated with chlorine to reduce the scales. But chlorine is a pervasive pollutant that's especially harmful to organisms living in water and soil. We remove the scales from our merino wool fibers using a unique chlorine-free process that's bluesign(R) approved.

- River Sports Outfitters

The Patagonia Lined Beanie will keep your head toasty and warm. Plus, you can use it as a little knit treat-or-treat bag and ask people to put candy in it for you.

- Backcountry.com