Reviewed by Merino Wool Fanatic from North Carolina on Wednesday, November 11, 2015
This quality wool hat is a perfect match for cool weather. It has a velvety soft feel and fits nicely on my s/m size head. I wear it mostly in cool/cold weather when I don't need superior warm, such as working outside, chilling with coffee on the porch, even around the house since I keep my temps ...
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Reviewed by Alfein from SLC, Utah on Tuesday, March 15, 2016
Peregrine are great merino wool products. I wished they had lined these with fleece just to make them a bit heavier duty (or even better, include a layer of Thinsulate inside) but they are good, solid wool beanie's. I needed a brown and a green beanie and these fit the bill.
Reviewed by Matt K from Seattle, WA on Thursday, February 25, 2016
After searching through every brand and website imaginable, I found this cap from STP for a fraction of what i expected to pay for a 100% merino wool cap (a necessity if you are to stay warm when the cap gets wet). Additionally, it is not thin and ultra-athletic looking like many other outdoor brands' merino wool. The fabric is woven tightly making it resilient to over stretching and snags. Without any branding on the outside of the cap, the product must speak for itself and it truly delivers. Made in England so you feel smart, even if you're the only one who knows.
conforms to the shape of your head, low profile. Most people cuff the ends to fit the head (as pictured), but it doesn't stick out much.
Answered on 12/16/2015 9:01:06 PM by Sierra Shopper from Illinois
For me, I roll mine up until it fits snug on the top crown of my head, leaving no gap. I imagine if you were to unroll it, and put it on your head, there would be a gap. I just measured the length from the top of the hat, to the unrolled bottom and it is 10.5".
Answered on 12/17/2015 6:25:50 AM by Merino Wool Fanatic from North Carolina
I think you're referring to seam "corners' that stick out? Any hat with "X" seam joining the parts at the top will have slight corners that stick out. This hat has them, but because it's a soft merino wool knit, not stiff, the corners are soft and don't stick up MUCH. They're there, though. My experience is that we're either stuck with corners or a cone up there.
Answered on 12/17/2015 8:04:52 AM by jbr from Chicago
There may be a little bit at the corners, but this should fit pretty snug if you wear it down on your head.
Answered on 12/17/2015 8:57:24 AM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post