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This little bennie is perfect for adding another layer under your snowboard helmet. I use this on top of my patagonia buff and then my Mammut Crag Sender MIPS Climbing Helmet that is super light weight for split boarding. Its perfect for super cold days on the resort and want to wear with a thicker helmet. I totally see myself using this for cold f... Read Moreall days on the mtn bike.
Perfect on its own (or underneath a beanie)
I've been running in one of these for years, and just added this newer version so I can rotate the two instead of wearing the same one daily. This beanie (and its older cousin) work really well at absorbing sweat but also releasing heat. They're great on their own but my preferred method is to use these as a base-layer and then throw a be... Read Moreanie on top. My original is so old I can't remember when I bought it but it looks great, feels great, doesn't smell and I suspect the newer version will last awhile too. Thanks for continuing to make awesome products!
Patagonia Overlook Merino Wool Liner Beanie
Sort of a deep inner cut length so it wont fit snug as a skull cap just covering 3/4 ears stopping there. Nice material. Tags tore off without leaving me information on instructions to wash/handle. Very loose fit and I typically wear a M/L but the major issue is the two layers of Marino being that its folded slide and do not retain form easily. Tak... Read Morees a bit to style it up.
I grabbed this in anticipation of a winter season trip to coastal Europe. It is not thick enough to be a primary beanie for outdoor winter weather, but it is the perfect beanie for staying comfortable walking about town, on flights, and not bad for a run to keep some heat with out overheating. Its easy to get dry after a freshwater rinse if it does... Read More get sweaty after the run. It is a unique garment with some flexible uses.
The perfect running beanie
I originally purchased this on a whim.. but ended up getting a second, because of how amazing this beanie is!! This thing will keep you warm, and then dump heat so that you do not get too hot!! I barely feel it there when running, which is huge because I hate pressure on my head during physical activities. You can easily roll it above your ears, ... Read Moreor stuff it in a pocket.
For a head, sans hair, I really love this beanie. Warm on cool days, and cool on warmer days when I do not want to wear a hat. The fabric is super soft and smooth. I wear this daily both indoors during cool days and outside when I am hiking in the spring and fall. One of my favorite pieces of gear!
Super soft, adds a perfect amount of warmth, can be worn under a helmet without uncomfortable scrunching or bunching, and looks good. I've worn it running, cross-country skiing, biking in the cold, and just around town, and it has never disappointed. It's perfect, but if Patagonia wanted to be overachievers (which they already are), I wou... Read Moreld love a version that has a ponytail hole.
I am bald and I need to cover my head in air-conditioned restaurants, doctors' offices, on airplanes, etc. and this beanie fits the bill perfectly. It's thin and lightweight, easy to stuff into a pocket or bag, and doesn't call attention to itself. I love that it keeps cold air off my head but doesn't make me overheat and feel s... Read Moreweaty. Outdoors it's a great hat liner, giving me a double layer of protection from the cold. I'm going to buy a bunch of these so I can stash them everywhere and never be caught without one.
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