Reviewed by s2wrt from Melbourne, Australia on Sunday, May 16, 2010
It is a floppy bucket hat, but with a firm not hard brim, so it will stand up well in a shower, not a downpour. There are no air vents, but it is mesh lined, which makes it an all seasons hat: breathes but adds warmth on a cool day. Excellent colour (khaki)
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Reviewed by EmDee from Bay Area, California on Wednesday, November 2, 2016
I have a woolen ball cap with GTX from Gottmann, also purchased from Sierra Trading Post, that I have loved, so I was happy to find this bucket hat with GTX. It is very well made and sheds rain, as well as offering more all-around protection than the ball cap does. The mesh liner makes the hat very comfortable to wear, so you don't even feel the coolness/dampness from the exterior of the hat. This is my go-to rain hat.
Reviewed by Gigi from Fayetteville, NC on Saturday, August 27, 2016
My London Fog raincoat did not have a hood. This was a good fit. Placed the hat under the faucet with the water running full force. Hat stayed dry. Definitely water repellant. Just wished the brim was wider. Good price. Good fit.
Reviewed by rl from Las Vegas on Saturday, December 12, 2015
This hat held up nicely for me in a light rain, but it doesn't breath well. I was hoping to use it to block the sun while hiking, but I overheat while wearing this. I'll still use it for rain, but I need to look elsewhere for something to use when its sunny out.
The easiest way is to use a piece of string and another hat with a known size in it. Measure your head with the string, then compare it to the known size hat. There is always a size chart with sizes and equivalents listed. If you don't own a hat with a size tag still in it, poll your friends. Someone will have one you can use. You might need to borrow the string also!!
Answered on 11/16/2015 10:26:57 PM by terribletom from Long Island