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Sunday Afternoons Charter Hat

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The ultimate high tech solution for your UV protection, Sunday Afternoon's Sun Guide Cap is the multi tool of the hat world! Extreme conditions require extreme solutions, and the Sun Guides wide folding brim, removable cape, and multiple FloThru vent panels will keep you comfortable under seriously challenging conditions. Our Sun Guide configures for up to six ways to wear as shown on our useful hang tag. Cap and cape separate and pack easily.

- CampSaver.com

Designed for serious sun protection and ideal for watersports, the Charter Hat offers a crisp look and comfortable fit with integrated crown support, a lightweight design, and distinguished brim shape with FloatCore technology.

- EMS

With the laid-back style of a fedora plus trail-friendly details like mesh ventilation and built-in sun protection, the Charter Hat from Sunday Afternoons offers cooling shade from sunny skies. Soft, lightweight nylon fabric resists rain and stains and packs flat for easy transport. Nylon mesh at crown enhances ventilation and cooling; internal moisture-wicking headband keeps sweat out of your eyes. Built-in UPF 50+ sun protection shields skin from harmful ultraviolet rays. 3 in. brim offers plenty of shade while keeping a low profile. Internal security pocket at crown keeps small things like a key or cash hidden. Sunday Afternoons Charter Hat features a moisture-wicking internal headband; mesh ventilation and adjustability at crown and under chin.

- REI

Whether you're hiking to ancient cliff dwellings in southern Utah or planning a trip to sun-soaked Spain, the Sunday Afternoons Charter Hat provides the shade and style required for the journey. A mesh crown supplies ventilation to keep you comfortable and the adjustable chin strap keeps the hat in place when the winds pick up.

- Backcountry.com