Salomon Link Beanie

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Description of Salomon Link BeanieSalomon was born in 1947 in the heart of the French Alps and the birthplace of modern alpinism. Driven by passion for skiing and design innovation, Francois Salomon and his son George designed and perfected many of the first modern ski bindings. Today, Salomon products are sold in over 160 countries and the brand is a global icon. Through performance driven design, Salomon delivers innovation and progression to mountain sports converting new ideas into action and expanding the limits of possibility. Salomons heritage, culture, and commitment are tied together by one simple concept the worlds leading mountain people creating the worlds leading mountain product. FeaturesEmbroidered link logo

- US Outdoor Store

Be snug in the frosty ski season when you're wearing the Salomon Link Beanie. Whether in the backcountry or relaxing indoors, you will stay snug and look good. This beanie is made for spring, stitched from a durable fabric that will keep you dry. Simple construction means staying dry all day, whether you are riding on a blowing day in Whistler, tearing up the freshies, or simply layering it under the hood of your ski coat. Versatile patterns means it blends with just about anything you might already have in your arsenal from Burton, Carhartt, Special Blend or any other.This Salomon beanie is available in one size and various shades of Black and Grey Denim. You'll be stoked to have it as part of your wardrobe.

- Altrec Outdoors

Here's a quiz: Salomon's Link Beanie is good for: A. carrying ice from the hotel ice machine to your room, B. putting on your dog so he bugs out and runs into stuff, C. covering your junk when you get caught poaching the neighbor's hot tub buck naked, or D. wearing on your head to keep warm. Take your time, it's cool. What's that? No we're sorry-the answer is actually A. carrying ice. It's a trick beanie.

- Backcountry Outlet