Headwear & Neckwear
The warmest of our cuffed hats, Harvey features a full fleece lining and ribbed cuff that add extra layers to hold in heat. The flat knit acrylic outer is a blend of three color variations in each style, offering a unique look. - Flat knit with ribbed cuff - Full fleece lining - Deeper fit
The fully-acrylic fine rib knit construction is functional and durable, and the tall design can be worn in a casual slouch fit as shown, or folded over in a more classically fitting cuffed look. Everyone should have a go-to, straightforward knit beanie. Lester is that. We don't try to overthink it. - Fine rib knit - Slouch fit
The Airhole is standard on all of our masks and is designed to allow breath to escape freely, avoiding the build up of condensation to keep you dry, warm and goggles fog free. Stay out there longer. AIRHOLE Breathe Free | Prevents Goggle Fog | Keeps Your Face Dry AIRHOOD INSULATED Superior Warmth DWR - DURABLE WATER REPELLENT DWR finish to repel water 100% DUCK DOWN INSULATION Lightweight warmth + protection PACKABLE Hood packs away into hidden pocket
The Airhole is standard on all of our masks and is designed to allow breath to escape freely, avoiding the build up of condensation to keep you dry, warm and goggles fog free. Stay out there longer. AIRHOLE Breathe Free | Prevents Goggle Fog | Keeps Your Face Dry AIRHOOD Optimum protection DWR - DURABLE WATER REPELLENT DWR finish to repel water TRUSTED PROTECTION Polar fleece is a trusted wool replacement for warmth HYDROPHOBIC + QUICKDRY Repels water + dries rapidly DWR POLAR FLEECE Polar fleece is our most popular fabric due to its high performance polyester & spandex construction that performs in all conditions. Polar fleece repels moisture and protects against cold and heat making it ideal for everything from mid winter adventures to spring park laps. We also apply a DWR (Durable Water Repellent) coating to bead water and prevent the fabric from becoming saturated to keep your face dry and comfortable.
Revert: To return to a previous state. In the early 90's, snowboarding was being shaped by street skateboarding, grunge, and an upward trajectory that had not yet come close to bumping its head on the ceiling. Stances got wide, shifties got rewound, and reverts counted. Since regression is the new progression, we brought that new-new-old patch style to this cozy headpiece.
Epic gaiter or sick hat? You decide. Depending on your personal style, mood, mode of transportation, precipitation outlook, altitude elevation, attitude persuasion... The options are endless. Especially if by "endless" options, you understand that we mean exactly 2. Gaiter with a hat? Better than a hater with a gat. Blazow. Mind blown yet? If not, keep reading.
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