- Folding Brim for Easy Storage
- Ear Flaps
- Back Stretch Panel Adjusts to Fit
Fabric 50% nylon, 43% polyester, 7% spandex doubleweave, stretch-woven fabric
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 2.8oz / 80g (L/XL)
- Versatile (Review by bridget)
I love this hat for its versatility. I've worn this hat in the backcountry, hiking Rainier/Colorado 14ers, and ice climbing. Fits nicely on it's own or under a helmet. Easy to stuff in a side pocket or pack because it's flexible. Warm when cold and breathable when warmer. The ear flaps tuck away for a micro adjustment if I'm getting warm and they come out when the wind starts blowing or if it's cold. I also don't need to bring a wool beanie and a ballcap. I just bring this hat.
(Posted on 12/30/13)
- Exos Cap™ (Review by By Johnnie Royale)
I picked this up on sale on a whim, and I'm pretty pleased. I wear this hat when back-country skiing in the cascades, primarily on the skin up. It is a good compromise between breathability, warmth and shedding snow. If the wind picks up on a ridge, I can pull down the ear flaps. If there is sun, I've got a visor.It folds up nice to stow away in my pack for the downhill. Only have three complaints. First, is the hat is a little too big for my head - I wish there was maybe an adjustable band to tighten it up. Entirely my fault however for buying a size too big.Second, the ear flaps don't stay up really well - you either need to tuck them up under the hat (which is a little warm sometimes), or they stick out like little dweeb-wings (which does nothing for my game, already severely limited by a variety of factors I won't detail here). Last complaint... I can't remember - must not have been important. Anyway, this is my go-to hat for the skin track.
(Posted on 8/12/13)