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Arc'teryx Cable Pom Pom Beanie

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  • Item #ARC00IP

Tech Specs

Material
50% wool, 50% acrylic
Weight
3.5 oz
Recommended Use
casual
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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Good as a Casual Hat

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

I bought this hat for casual wear around New York City. I like the cable knit look and this style is definitely not something I would expect from Arc'teryx. This hat looks super cute with a down puffer and a sweater, but I would recommend it for causal use only. Like the other review said, it's a little large and isn't as warm as some technical merino hats I own.

Disappointed.

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: N/A
  • Height: 5'4"
  • Weight: 128lbs

I can't believe that I am about to write a review for an Arcteryx item I am disappointed with, I usually rave about their quality and design.

When I write a review I work really hard to write out both pros and cons in order to paint a fair representation of the product, but unfortunately in this case, the positive attributes are few and far between.

I bought this hat as an all-around piece for winter, thinking it was cute for casual wear but would work well for SkiMo and Cross-country skiing as well. I wish I could say that I put the hat through the wringer, but after wearing it for only a couple of hours on a light snowy day skinning up the mountain it stretched out so much that I wasn't able to wear it after I stopped for lunch because it kept sliding down my face (thank goodness I had a back up hat in my pack).

Furthermore, the material is scratchy. Without trying to sound like a material elitist, I struggle to understand why higher- end brands are using so many synthetic petroleum based materials like acyrlic in pieces like hats in lieu of wool? I would rather pay a few extra dollars to have a hat that keeps its shape, is warmer, and lasts longer with a natural fiber.

Hopefully the experience I had with this hat is exclusive to me, but I sadly couldn't recommend this hat to anyone.