About Dale of Norway Hat - New Wool (For Men and Women)
Closeouts. This lightweight Dale of Norway wool hat keeps snowflakes and rain from falling in your eyes, while keeping your head toasty warm.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Beth from Portland OR on Saturday, February 16, 2013If you have a small head (as I do), and you live where the winter is chilly and rainy (as I do), you will really like this cap to keep you head warm, and your glasses raindrop-free. If those attributes don't apply to you, the cap is a bust.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by NONE from BOURBONNAIS, il on Sunday, December 30, 2012TOO SMALL
Reviewed by keister from Alaska on Tuesday, December 18, 2012Just received this hat this afternoon. Yea!
I know this will be in my hiking/backpacking gear throughout the spring/summer/fall season. The weight, material and having a visor earns it that place.
Now it's December in Alaska so next hiking/x-country, even walking the dog, outing I will give it a try and see how it is in real cold weather.
I wish the visor was made of a more stout material. What it is made of is too light.
This sizing of this hat is off though - it claims to be 'one size'. Usually 'one size', especially unisex, is close to being big on me. This hat, though, is on the edge of being snug. I know my husband would end up tearing something if he tried to put it on.
All that said, this is an attractive hat, the material should have it plenty warm, and it does have a visor which I prefer on all my hats.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by rocki from Redding, California on Friday, December 7, 2012The best part is the tidy visor that helps with shading eyes
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Joy from San Pablo, CA on Tuesday, November 27, 2012nice gift!
Question & Answer
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“Hello - The pic on-site shows a soft, sort of heathery orange... almost a brick color. Is the color pictured fairly accurate? Thank you!”
The photo is a fairly true depiction of the color.