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  • Arc'teryx - Sinsola Crushable Hat - Women's - Carbon Copy
  • Arc'teryx - Sinsola Crushable Hat - Women's - Silver Lining
  • Arc'teryx - Sinsola Crushable Hat - Women's - Allium

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  • Arc'teryx - Sinsola Crushable Hat - Women's - Carbon Copy
  • Arc'teryx - Sinsola Crushable Hat - Women's - Silver Lining
  • Arc'teryx - Sinsola Crushable Hat - Women's - Allium

Arc'teryx Sinsola Crushable Hat - Women's

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    • Allium, S/M
      sale $35.96
    • Carbon Copy, S/M
      $44.95
    • Carbon Copy, L/XL
      $44.95
    • Silver Lining, S/M
      $44.95
    • Silver Lining, L/XL
      $44.95
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    Stop the burn before it starts.

    Whether you're picking fresh herbs in your backyard garden or heading up the canyon for an afternoon hike, protect yourself from sunburn with the Arc'teryx Women's Sinsola Hat. When the sun sets, you can just fold the hat up and stash it in your pocket.

    • Cotton
    • Pliable brim
    • Reflective logo
    • Item #ARC00HN

    Tech Specs

    Material
    100% cotton
    Recommended Use
    casual, hiking & camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
    • Q & A

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    Wish it had a chin strap or cord

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: L/XL

    The hat is high quality, great weight, seems to keep its shape much better than some other similar hats. I appreciate that it isn't "one size fits all," as I feel that they are usually a little too small for my head and they leave marks on my forehead. I ordered the L/XL because of this and it is too big for me. I would love it if it had a chin strap or cord to secure it. This hat blows off my head with a moderate breeze. I live on an island where there are no personal vehicles (Kwajalein), so we bicycle everywhere. I can't wear this hat because it blows off my head on the bike even if it isn't windy. I am trying to figure out how I can attach something myself, but it is such a nice hat, I don't want to ruin it with my sub-standard sewing skills. I'd rather have a hat with a cord and not need it, than my current issue... I can't use it because it just isn't practical.