Outdoor Research Helios Sun Hat


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Packable wide brim sunhat.

For day after day high level protection the Helios Sun Hat does the job. With its foam stiffened, 7cm broad brim and 50+ UPF rating you can take this to the Sahara, Atacama or down the beach. The wicking headband helps keep your brow free from moisture and adds comfort. The drawcord adjustment helps hold it on your head and the removable strap can be stashed comfortably inside or will sit under your chin or the nape of your neck when you are streaking across the Argentinian plains on your steed. The hat weighs little (65g) and will pack down nicely for storage in a pocket when travelling. 

  • SolarShield™ construction with a UPF 50+
  • Ripstop nylon/polyester fabric
  • 7cm brim
  • Foam-stiffened brim helps the hat ?oat
  • Wicking headband
  • External drawcord adjustment
  • Removable chin strap with cordlock


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