Sunday Afternoons Offshore Water Hat

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Offshore Water Hat from Sunday Afternoons offers maximum sun, wind, and water protection when you're out on the water. A burly chinstrap holds the hat in place should the wind pick up. The Flip-Lock Brim design keeps water and sun out of your eyes. Two-side mesh panels release water and ventilate air to keep your head cool, and a 5in cape shields the back of your neck from the sun's rays.

- Backcountry.com

The Offshore Water Hat from Sunday Afternoons was designed for dynamic water and wind performance while offering maximum sun protection of face, ears, eyes, and neck.

- EMS

The Sunday Afternoons Offshore Water Hat is designed for dynamic water and wind performance, while offering maximum sun protection of face, ears, eyes, and neck.Sizes: S(Head Circumference: 20-21", Traditional Hat Size: 6-6 3/4"), M(Head Circumference: 21-23", Traditional Hat Size: 6 3/4-7 1/4"), L(Head Circumference: 23-25", Traditional Hat Size: 7 1/4-7 7/8").Patent pending flip-lock brim adjusts for increased visability or sun protection.Constructed of 85% nylon, 15% neoprene.Side mesh panels for water release and ventilation.Down sloped brim shields face and eyes.Adjustable neoprene neck strap with side-release buckle.Dark underbrim reduces glare off water.Rinse in clean water after use. Hand wash in cool water, line dry.Packs flat.

- Campmor

Sunday Afternoons Offshore Water Hat

previously retailed for:
$19.98 - $35.95

The Sunday Afternoons Offshore Water Hat is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 22, 2016 at Backcountry.com.

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