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ive got 2 , both are very good waterproof,breathable , warm ,   but  the prob with them, they come up to small , i think my last one xxl  , it not that ive big head lol , the style of the hat i think tight fit  so move up on your head, so  nape of neck and ear lobs are always cold. just wonder if they good waterproof .breathable  , but bigger type beanie out there than above .?

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Montaine, Lowe alpine and rab all do decent headgear. The Lowe alpine mountain hat takes some beating.  Not sure about sizes on them all but the Lowe alpine comes up snug

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I’m tired of saying it ... 

there is no point in buying any other outdoor hat than this ...  

mines been to afghan , Kilimanjaro, Brecon , otterburn, Dartmoor, Kenyan rainstorms , mount Kenya 6 times , the highlands , the lakes , 

and ive never been wet or cold in it.ever . 

https://www.trekitt.co.uk/34189/products/lowe-alpine-mountain-cap-black.aspx?origin=pla&kwd=&currency=GBP&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI5vSOjq2z2QIV6J3tCh2mbQLaEAQYASABEgLQ-PD_BwE

 

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7 minutes ago, THE STIFFMEISTER said:

I’m tired of saying it ... 

there is no point in buying any other outdoor hat than this ...  

mines been to afghan , Kilimanjaro, Brecon , otterburn, Dartmoor, Kenyan rainstorms , mount Kenya 6 times , the highlands , the lakes , 

and ive never been wet or cold in it.ever . 

https://www.trekitt.co.uk/34189/products/lowe-alpine-mountain-cap-black.aspx?origin=pla&kwd=&currency=GBP&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI5vSOjq2z2QIV6J3tCh2mbQLaEAQYASABEgLQ-PD_BwE

 

I find em too warm mate

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On 20 February 2018 at 01:37, THE STIFFMEISTER said:

I’m tired of saying it ... 

there is no point in buying any other outdoor hat than this ...  

mines been to afghan , Kilimanjaro, Brecon , otterburn, Dartmoor, Kenyan rainstorms , mount Kenya 6 times , the highlands , the lakes , 

and ive never been wet or cold in it.ever . 

https://www.trekitt.co.uk/34189/products/lowe-alpine-mountain-cap-black.aspx?origin=pla&kwd=&currency=GBP&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI5vSOjq2z2QIV6J3tCh2mbQLaEAQYASABEgLQ-PD_BwE

 

I've got the berghaus version of this, best hat I've used....not too hot, adjustable and the peak is great if you have glasses and it's raining.

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Just got an Arc’teryx beanie and a Patagonia hat,Patagonia is warm as toast Arc’teryx is snug fitting.

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16 minutes ago, tandors said:

Is it the synchilla hat? I've a load of Patagonia gear, really like it.

It’s out in the truck mate,I will get a pic tomorrow,it’s warmer than the Arc’teryx,I have a Canada goose that’s really warm,wore it in -20 many times and it’s kept my head comfortable.

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I tend to skin the native wildlife and stick it in on my head. Their skins are usually a pretty close comparison to to the local climate . Although it gets messy in skunk territory.😂

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I don't think it's the make Ray's worried about, it's finding something big enough for his massive melon head. :laugh:

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Small the sealskinz defo n mine went bobbly really fast best beanies I've found are ridge line can get cheap of eBay too I got fleece one use daily n was £8on eBay like

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On 19/02/2018 at 17:37, THE STIFFMEISTER said:

I’m tired of saying it ... 

there is no point in buying any other outdoor hat than this ...  

mines been to afghan , Kilimanjaro, Brecon , otterburn, Dartmoor, Kenyan rainstorms , mount Kenya 6 times , the highlands , the lakes , 

and ive never been wet or cold in it.ever . 

https://www.trekitt.co.uk/34189/products/lowe-alpine-mountain-cap-black.aspx?origin=pla&kwd=&currency=GBP&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI5vSOjq2z2QIV6J3tCh2mbQLaEAQYASABEgLQ-PD_BwE

 

Feck me did it get lost in the post ?

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