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Alpine protection in a kid-sized package.

For family outings into alpine terrain, protect your kid’s melon with the Outdoor Research Kids’ Alpine Hat. Thanks to a combination of Gore Windstopper and Polartec WindPro fleeces, this beanie keeps his or her head toasty through long days on the ski hill or afternoon snow-fort sessions. A soft fleece interior and a contoured ear band add to the comfy fit.

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How do I know which size my sons head will...

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How do I know which size my sons head will take? I was thinking M/L he is 8 years old.

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There should be a sizing chart assigned to this item, and we’ll get that fixed. In the meantime, a M/L is recommended for a child age 3 to 12 and for a head circumference of 21 to 22.5 inches (53 to 57 cm).

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Fantastic

Bought these hats for both of my boys (3 and 5) for winter hiking in the NC mountains. First trip out it was 25 degrees and windy. These hats did fantastic. Kept the boys’ heads and ears warm and they loved wearing them. Now I’m ordering an adult version from my wife. A double blaze for this product.

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Great hat for kids!

This is a great hat for kids. It covers their ears, stays in place, is lightweight and very warm. I've recommended it to all of my friends for their kids.

What size equivalent is the xs/s and the...

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What size equivalent is the xs/s and the m/l?

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My daughter is 5 and wears the xs/s and my 6 year old son wears the m/l and they both have room to grow.

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My son (3) wears xs/s. My other son (5) a M/l But he has a big head. Both have room to grow.