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Coal Cameron Beanie - Women's


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    6 Reviews


    The Cameron makes moves.

    How you wear the Coal Women's Cameron Beanie is up to you ... although we do suggest throwing a little bit of sag on this wool blend lid. It was born to ride low. Drop-stitch detailing completes the modern look so you're not rocking your grandmother's style when you slide up to the cute Australian liftie who's been vibing you all afternoon.
    • Item #COA0421

    Tech Specs

    wool blend
    Recommended Use
    casual, skiing/snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Breathable, Stylish and Durable

      This beanie was thinner than I thought it would be, but I'm actually glad it's thinner. It's perfect for fall or if your noggin tends to run on the warmer side. Still warm, but very breathable. I got the dark green/olive beanie and it's a great shade! It perfectly drapes off the back of the head. 5 stars!!

      Cute, But...

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      This seemingly hit all the check marks: soft, slouch, color, quality, thickness. However, for me, it was lacking in design. I am not a fan of beanies that use a built-in band, or a head-belt (if you so prefer). It feels awkward and if you don't have it on just the right sweet-spot, it slides right off your dome or straight down the money-maker. Dun-Dun-Dun. Had this been a straight material, stretch beanie (like the Juliette, per se), it would be stella'....

      No headaches, wear it every day!

        I own several winter hats. The longer my hair gets, the more I hate them. I have very thick hair, and when I grow it out, it makes the hats fit very snug....which ends up giving me a horrible headache. Last year, someone bought me a Columbia beanie, which I loved, but I can't wear my hair up with it or it won't cover my ears, and if it's not below 20-degrees F, I get too hot.

        Along comes the Coal Cameron. I ordered it because I liked the shape. I figured I could safely twist my hair up into a bun and still look stylin' -- the wool blend should keep me warm. Oh, I was not prepared for the feel of this thing gracing my head!! First of all, it's a delicate knit, and very light weight. Secondly, it stretches very well. It does not squeeze my head --irregardless of how my hair is styled, it lays well--and does not give me a headache.

        I wear it every day, and love how comfortable it is. The true test came this weekend when I was hiking in Glacier National Park. It kept me warm without my head sweating a lot. I had all 2ft of my hair piled on top of my head, and the hat still pulled down over my ears just fine--when the gale-force winds kicked up, I started wishing it was lined....but I just put the hood of my jacket over my head and all was right with the world again. I think making this hat any thicker would have made it too hot under my hood. It would also affect its fabulousness.