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    24 Reviews


    Back into the house.

    Just one minute―you're not about to head out into the cold without your Marmot Shadows Hat, are you? Why would you let the frigid wind whip through your hair when you can enjoy the warmth of this basic beanie, which includes a microfleece headband inside for extra coziness? Better get another one, so you can keep one in the car for when you forget the one at home.
    • Item #MAR0970

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    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding, hiking & camping
    [body] 70% acrylic, 30% wool, [lining] microfleece

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    I got this for my dad in Minnesota who is constantly out snowblowing the driveway early in the mornings in very cold temperatures. He loves the breathable aspect of this hat, but says that the fleece lining keeps his ears nice and warm. Great active winter hat!

    Warmer than expected

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    This beanie hits the sweet spot in weight to warmth ratio. I was really impressed with how thin and light this hat was compared to my other beanies yet it was actually warmer because it covers more exposed skin. This hat is a bit longer than most beanies and it covers your entire ear. I can't express what a difference the exra coverage makes. It does this while being thin enough to fold up and disappear into any pocket you stuff it into.
    In addition to being thin, light, and warm, this hat also fits better than other beanies I've had in the past. It is a bit smaller but has some stretch to it so it fits nice and snug on your noggin. I've had issues with other beanies either spinning around or lifting off entirely. The snug fit of this hat ensures it stays in place all day long.

    Warmer than expected

    Warm and cozy

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: Fits all

    As I looked at this before putting it on I wasn't to sure how warm it was going to keep me on our ski trip. It looks somewhat thin but the quality of the material can def be felt in your hands and once you wear it. It's very comfortable and as a person who uses everything in the medium size it fits a tad lose. High winds might blow it off. Apart from the size it feels very warm and looks great. Doesn't irritate the forehead over time. Very good quality that's for sure.

    Great for my large-domed brethren

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

    So I would imagine the majority of people who purchase are - almost by definition - of average size, and therefore average head size. I can see how this beanie wouldn't appeal to them. However, as someone with a confirmed big head (7 5/8 hat size, and that's with a shaved head) this beanie's fit is fantastic.

    It's about medium thickness, the fleece inner liner feels great on my ears...and, the coup de grâce, this beanie completely covers my ears. Earlobes included. So if it fits me this well I can only imagine those with smaller heads won't be too happy with this hat. If I'm smart I'll buy another before they alter the fit.

    Everyone reacts to cold differently but I'd say this beanie will keep you warm to just about 27°F - 32°F stationary (waiting for train).

    And if your ski helmet isn't too tight, it's just barely, barely thin enough to put under said helmet for really super-cold days on the slopes.

    Wish I hadn't stretched it

      I loved this hat! It fit perfectly on my head and was very warm. Unfortunately on my last trip to Zion I somehow stretched it too far and I heard stitching stretch too far. Now it sits awkwardly on my head and and slides around a lot. If I wash it and it goes back to the way it was before, I will give it 5 stars. However I don't think that will happen but we will see.

      A little large on my head.

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

      Bought this recently and this beanie is a little big. Not big as in won't fit my head, but big as in I can pull this hat down to cover my eyebrows and there is still some room on top. I can't say how warm this beanie is as I haven't wore it out yet, but with the fleece lining I will assume you won't have any issues with the cold.

      Best used for casual to mild conditions

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      In my opinion, the hat is best used for casual to mild conditions. It will handle snow fall in small quantities and short duration but does eventually get wet if prolonged. It is extremely comfortable but is by no means wind or waterproof. However, since it doesn't claim to be, that is no surprise. The Granite is true to color on the website and fits great. Pulled down to just above eye level, the hat sits snug to the top of my head. Essentially, this hat is identical in fit and function to the Marmot Summit and Marmot Spike Beanie, both of which I have own/use. I am 5' 10", 155lbs, and wear a 7 3/8" Zephyr Fitted Baseball Hat for comparison.

      light weight and comfy

        This hat is a little thinner than what I had thought I was getting. That being said it is still quite comfortable. This beanie would not likely be warm enough for my noggin in temperatures below fifty degrees.

        Honestly one of the best hats I own.

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Bald head here. This hat is comfortable, covers my ears in a comfortable way and keeps my head warm without causing sweat. Really nothing more to ask for in a hat. The only negative I can think of is that it doesn't wear well with a 3 piece suit.

        Awesome Hat!

          I shave my head, so when the weather gets cold warm hats are a must. I've been trying to find a good cold weather hat for quite some time and the shadows hat delivers the goods, well... heat that is. I wore this hat all last fall, winter, and spring. After a year of use it is still in great shape. I suspect that its partial wool construction aids in keeping odors at bay. I've only washed it once and only did because I figured it should see a washing machine at least once a year.

          It fits my head very well. The elasticity around the base of the hat keeps it snugly on my head. I'm sure those of us who shave our heads can sympathize with how annoying it is when our heads is freshly shaven and the hat has a tendency to ride up past our ears. This is the only hat I've owned that doesn't have this problem. It's not totally windproof (I don't think I would want it to be), but it does block wind pretty well. Good enough for the activities I do. I never feel like my head is getting too cold, or that I need a better hat (like I have with most of my previous hats). If you are looking for a very well made hat you can't go wrong with this one.

          Nice Hat

            I really like the Marmot Shadows hat. The microfleece lining and wool material will keep you warm, it is nice and light at just 2 ounces, and looks nice as well. I wear this hat for every day use and for hiking when the wind is reasonable.

            I use the Mountain Hardwear Dome Perignon when it is extremely cold or the wind is howling, but the Shadows is my go to hat for primary use.

            Nice Hat

            Great hat, pretty warm

              The wool is very comfortable, and the hat keeps me warm very well. It fits under a bike helmet just fine.

              It only truly blocks wind around the ear/headband area. At temperatures below 30, you can feel the wind stealing some heat from the very top of your head. I have another biking hat for complete wind-stopping at such cold temperatures, and this Marmot hat does a great job at the slightly warmer temperatures, keeping me warm enough without overheating.

              The all purpose hat

                I have lots and lots of hats, but this is the one I use most often. It is like my favorite camera and lens, I seem to always reach for the same one.

                First of all, it is ALL wool. And wool is warm, breathable, and fast(ish) drying. I have poly-wool blends that are not nearly as warm.

                Second, it is nice middle weight with a nice weave. I have heavier wool ski hats, but those are for extremes. The weave allows the hat to breathe in warmer weather but holds the heat when it gets chilly. This hat is really versatile: from cool weather down to 10F. If the north wind is blowing and it is below 10F, this is not the hat. Otherwise, it is great.

                Third, it goes over my ears. I think I must have low slung ears and a big head or something, but a lot of hats don't cover my ear lobes. And that is like having socks that fall down when you hike. No good. This hat is over the ears.

                Finally, it is really comfortable. The wool doesn't itch (I have wool sensitivity). And it doesn't bind.

                Confession: I have 3 of these hats, in three distinct colors. That is how much I like this hat.

                I got a great deal on my last one from Backcountry.Com. So I couldn't resist.