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The weather in the forest is less than ideal, and you have some intense backpacking ahead of you. The Sunday Afternoons Oregon Cloudbursts Rain Hat will help keep you dry and comfortable when the skies open up and pour rain while you hike.

  • 3.75in down-sloping foam-core brim and 6in back veil extend the drip-line beyond your collar to offer refuge from the rain or blazing sun when you kayak, raft, or backpack
  • Waterproof breathable H2OShield membrane with seam sealing protects your head and face
  • Moisture-wicking polyester mesh comfort liner and brow sweatband help keep the sweat from dripping into your eyes
  • Lightweight, sturdy construction ensures that this hat will last for years to come
  • UPF+50 certified breathable sun rating shields you from the sun's vicious rays while you raft or standup paddleboard
  • External sizing band offers you a custom fit

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Is there a ponytail hole in this hat?

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Is there a ponytail hole in this hat?

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There's not. You'll have to rock the low ponytail.

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Hat pictured is not the actual hat

  • Gender: Female

the hat I recieved, while similar, is not nearly as attractive as this hat, apparently it is an outdated picture. The real Oregon Cloudburst hat is a solid color without the banding & mesh sides. The hat I received is functional, so I'll keep it, but wish it looked like the picture