Extremities Mistaya Hat


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Waterproof fleece lined cap

The Mistaya Hat is an excellent all-round cap. Very lightweight, but also waterproof and fitted with a hi-loft fleece liner, this will keep you dry and warm on even the harshest UK wintery days (and we all know how miserable they can be). The brim can be folded into 3 allowing the cap to be packed down small enough to fit into a pocket. Designed with X Dry technology provides waterproof, breathable and windproof protection in all weathers. Ear flaps can be worn down or fixed up and a drawcord adjuster at the back can be used to ensure a secure fit.


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