Warm and naturally breathable merino wool fibers make the Stoic Merino Comp Beanie a versatile hat for everything from chilly spring trail runs to hiking the AT through the fall. Stoic had a touch of spandex added to the synthetic-and-merino-blend fabric in order to give it a flexible stretch that fits your head like a glove.

  • Merino wool is warm, naturally breathable, and resistant to the bacteria that causes funky odors
  • Spandex adds a touch of stretch to this beanie so it retains its shape season after season
  • Nylon fibers help this beanie dry quickly

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4 5

Helmet Liner

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I was using the more expensive Icebreakers version of this thin wool "hat" for a little while, and I figured I would give the Stoic one a try. My reasons for purchase was that my Giro ski helmet let too much cold air in, even with the vents closed, and my Prett ski helmet is a touch on the roomy side.
The Stoic hat is a thin two layer, mixed material piece, compared to the one layer 92% merino Icebreaker unit. This Stoic one makes for a better (yet still goofy looking) stand alone beanie or thicker liner. Whereas the Icebreaker, I feel, is too thin but makes an excellent liner. Both hats fit great on my small to medium sized head. I think the shape of the Stoic one made it a little more loose compared to the Icebreaker. So in the end, I kept the Stoic beanie because it was just thick enough to take up the room in one helmet and warm enough to take the chill out of the other.

4 5

Thin and warm

This is nice and light, and I could see it being great for spring and fall applications. I bought it in the middle of winter here in the northeast and it's not quite as warm as I would like for 0-20 degree weather, though it does work great under a helmet for climbing and biking . The material is very thin but seems well constructed. Seams on top of the hat tend to "tent" a little bit and poke away from your head, but it's not that bad, and maybe with more use it will flatten out. Overall a great deal for a merino hat of this caliber.

Thin and warm
5 5

great hat

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Very thin light weight and still warm. Very comfortable hat and does the job

5 5

Super warm

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

Super thin, light beanie, can fiter under a ski helmet or bike helmet. Still very warm. Good at keeping the wind and cold out.