The North Face Stormy Trail Hat

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Retailers' Descriptions

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WaterproofBreathableSeam tapedWrap-around reflective graphicReflective logos

- River Sports Outfitters

Lightweight and packable Flight Series running hat provides protection from the wet conditions. Waterproof, breathable HyVent fabric 3L beads off rain, to keep you dry. Or, at least your head dry during long runs. New FlashDry laminate aids with wicking to keep sweat and moisture in check.

- The North Face

An essential piece of gear for your pack, the Stormy Trail Hat from The North Face is ideal for fast assents, ridge hikes, or any outdoor activity where the weather could instantly change. The HyVent Alpha 3L fabric is fully seam sealed, giving you waterproof, breathable protection while the he ball-cap visor protects you from sun, and a terry sweatband manages perspiration.

- Mountain Gear

The North Face Stormy Trail Hat DECENT FEATURES of The North Face Stormy Trail Hat Waterproof Breathable Seam taped Wrap-around reflective graphic Reflective logos The SPECS Average Weight: 1.8 oz / 50.94 g 85 g/m2 100% nylon HyVent 2.5L with Flash Dry laminate This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

The North Face Stormy Trail Hat Three layer. Waterproof. Breathable. Fully seam taped. Adjustable back strap. Terry sweatband.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

The North Face Stormy Trail Hat


The Stormy Trail Hat has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$20.95 - $35.00

The North Face Stormy Trail Hat is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 23, 2014 at River Sports Outfitters.

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