Rain Hats

Brands

Outdoor Research
The North Face
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EMS
National Geographic
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Kokatat
Filson
Tilley
Equinox

Genders

Unisex
Men's
Women's
Kids'
Boys'
Girls'

Price

less than $25
$25 - $49.99
$50 and above

Recent Rain Hat Reviews

Tilley TWP1 Waterproof Hat

rated 4.5 of 5 stars A hat that does its job so well it is a pleasure to stand in the rain! Excellent design and craftsmanship yield a durable, effective hat that can tackle the elements, staying on your head in windy conditions. In balmier weather, a waterproofed zipper opens a vent in the rear of the hat to enhance breathability. Great for sodden conditions anywhere, and an option to consider when one hat needs to offer rain and sun protection over the course of a trip. Once upon a time there was a middle-aged backpacker… Full review

Filson Tin Cloth Bush Hat

rated 5 of 5 stars This is an ideal solution for protection from the wind, rain, snow and sun in cold weather. The hat includes a wool flip down that covers the back of your head and your ears. It has kept me warm in temperatures down to 15°F. Here's a pic of my old Packer Hat (L) and the Filson Tin Cloth Bush Hat (R). Filson Tin Cloth Bush Hat with 3" brim Filson Tin Cloth Bush Hat from the side with the ear / neck flap pulled down Filson Tin Cloth Bush Hat from the bottom with the ear / neck flap pulled down. Full review

Filson Tin Cloth Packer Hat

rated 3 of 5 stars A trusty friend that I have put out to pasture. Filson's Tin Cloth Packer Hat is an unusual product in that it has the exceptional construction and quality that Filson is so well known for; yet the materials that give it such a great quality is also what ultimately fails. This is a difficult review to write. I love Filson products, and I do love this hat. However, I won't buy the Tin Cloth Packer hat anymore as I think there are better solutions. If you want something that's for cold weather, waterproof,… Full review

Outdoor Research Seattle Sombrero Multicam

rated 5 of 5 stars If you want a hat with Goretex rain protection, a full brim, and light insulation then this may be one of the finest hats you could choose. I do have a problem with this hat, and I want to give it less stars. However, I think it's important to review the hat based on what it was designed for, and not in how it failed to meet my needs. I think this hat shines if you want: Goretex rain protection for multi-hour downpours. I've used it in this way and it worked flawlessly. A full brim to keep the rain… Full review

Outdoor Research Seattle Sombrero

rated 4 of 5 stars I bought this hat almost 20 years ago and it still does its job. I lived in the Seattle area when I bought this hat and it seemed appropriate because South King County where I lived was in a moderate drizzle ten months a year.  The Gore-Tex material has never in the years I have owned it leaked a drop. This hat was my first introduction to the OR brand and it gave me a very favorable impression of the company. This hat has been with me through forests and mountains, in mud and under water. I grew… Full review

Outdoor Research Seattle Sombrero

rated 5 of 5 stars Perfect hat for sitting in the rain. This is the perfect hat for spending a significant amount of time in the rain. I love that it is waterproof and will keep your head dry. I have used this hat extensively in Alaska and fishing the northern Minnesota and it has never let me down. It is very packable and will roll-up and fit in a pocket while not is use. It is also lightweight so you feel like you're not even wearing it. It might be a little warm for the middle of the summer, but it does great the… Full review

Outdoor Research Prismatic Cap

rated 4 of 5 stars A bomber noggin topper for a wide range of temperature conditions... with one major quibble. Size: Large  Color: Fossil & Black (I own 2 of them) Weight: 3.8 oz Warranty: OR's Infinite Guarantee (lifetime) A few months back I was looking at noggin toppers for colder weather activities. I have a slew of beanies, fleece caps, toboggans, etc. but headwear is an item I just cannot seem to own enough of... I wanted something different. But I still wanted to keep the dome toasty and dry in the colder… Full review

Equinox Pileus Ultralite Rain Hat

rated 4 of 5 stars This is a great hat. Weighs 1 oz, and is well built. Chin strap is comfortable and easily tucks into the hat if not needed. The brim is supple enough to be wadded or folded away, yet doesn't hold its packed shape and stands up to moderate winds and serious downpours very well. It does need to be seam sealed, a minor maintenance step. It packs so small I keep it in my wallet for when I am waiting for the bus in the rain, one of the few pieces of ultralight kit I make regular use of off-trail. Very… Full review

Filson Tin Cloth Packer Hat

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I purchased this hat at a local outdoor supply store because it looked like a hat that would last. I've owned the hat for about a year now and am very satisfied with the quality craftsmanship. I've worn the hat in rain, snow, and a whole lot of sun. The durability of the hat and its solid stitching makes it easy to take off and pack away, fold it, bend it, smash it, and put it back on. Not one stitch is unraveling, and I get a lot of positive feedback on the style as well. I can count on this hat… Full review

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