Reviewed by Stoyan from Sofia, Bulgaria on Friday, November 23, 2012
This looks like a great hat for those really cold days.
It's not. The top of the hat is a thinner weave than the lower part, and the top part isn't stitched together completely. Imagine the top of a sock that you've tucked in and then held together with one stitch. That is how the top of this hat is finished. Thus, one can put one's fingers "through" the top. I suppose one could argue this thin weave and unfinished construction provides "venting for high performance activities", but I rather doubt this is what people are after in a wool hat with complete ear coverage. Disappointed.