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Cold water just got burned.

Jack Frost has no place hanging out on your board, so pull on the O'Neill 3mm Coldwater Wetsuit Hood and give a cold shoulder to icy ears. Glued and blindstitched for optimal protection, a wind resistant Smooth Skin Exterior is complemented by a thermo layer interior. If the sun refuses to keep you warm but still insists on scorching your scalp, you'll be glad to have a hood to insulate your head and block UV rays from nailing your neck and ears.

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How do I know whether my head size is sm,...

How do I know whether my head size is sm, med, etc? i'm female and normally wear 7 1/4. Do you know what the corresponding size would be?

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Most 7 1/4 hat sizes are approximately 22.75"-23" measured around the forehead. Based on that I would probably recommend a Medium to large (L if a 7 1/4 fits really snug!). Also if it helps, the neck sizes listed on the O'Neill Wetsuit Hood size chart are as follows:

XS = 14.5" neck
S = 14.75" neck
M = 15" neck
L = 15.5 " neck
XL = 16" neck
2XL = 16.5" neck

Most 7 1/4 hat sizes are approximately 22.75"-23" measured around the forehead. Based on that I would probably recommend a Medium to large (L if a 7 1/4 fits really snug!). Also if it helps, the neck sizes listed on the O'Neill Wetsuit Hood size chart are as follows: <br/>  <br/> XS = 14.5" neck <br/> S = 14.75" neck <br/> M = 15" neck <br/> L = 15.5 " neck <br/> XL = 16" neck <br/> 2XL = 16.5" neck