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Outdoor Research Peruvian Fleece Hat

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    7 Reviews


    Stay warm no matter where you are.

    Whether you’re on a winter trek through Peru or just goofing off in the backyard, the Outdoor Research Peruvian Hat makes a warm companion for your noggin. A chin cord and ear flaps hold the WindStopper technical fleece snug against your head so you stay comfortable. When it warms up, stash the Peruvian in your pocket.
    • Item #ODR0702

    Tech Specs

    Gore-Tex WindStopper
    Recommended Use
    casual, skiing
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Very Warm

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Small
    • Height: 5'4"
    • Weight: 135lbs

    This hat is surprisingly warm for how light it is. It really does stop the wind very well. The drawstring is great for holding the ear flaps down when the wind blows. The material is soft and comfortable. I've had the hat for two months and it still looks like new.

    warm, light and comfy

      I used this extensively on a winter (70 mile) hike thru the GSMNP in February. You barely notice it - very thin, lightweight and comfortable. If warmer, you can fold the earflap part up with the chinstrap on top of your head; if really warm, the strap allows you to hang it off the back of your neck in front of your pack. For single digit temps in windy conditions, I used a buff below, a fleece cap over it and my windbreaker's hood cinched down, and was still toasty at a wind chill way below zero. Packs small as well; I kept it in a small chest pack attached to the main backpack, along with snacks, water and emergency gear.

      Great Thin Hat

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Love this hat for under my climbing helmet in the winter. I have a really large hat size, so it's a bit tight , but that allows me to fit it under my helmet without a lot of extra bulk. Keeps the wind out and my head warm. The ear flaps are nice, and can be tucked up when you don't need them. Doesn't pill up either. Full disclosure, I've been part of the Gore MountainTechs program since 2007, but I picked this hat up on my own.


      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This is a perfect and typical OR product! What surprised me about it was how light it is! When i saw it on the web I thought maybe one of the reasons that it is so effective would be because its bulky, but i was surprised (in a very good way)to feel how thin and compactable it is. Mine has been through seriously nasty, windy, snowy conditions in Wyoming, North Dakota, Oregon and Colorado. Some of the winteriest winters in the country and it was awesome. Fantastic product, no complaints!

      Does this beanie wick moisture well? I...

      Does this beanie wick moisture well? I climb alot at 14000'+ and my head sweats alot. I'm looking for somthing warm which wicks moisture and stops the wind.

      It wicks really well and does an amazing job at blocking the wind but for whatever reason the lining at the forehead band tends to get a bit itchy for me (but I have sensitive skin). I tend to wear an Icebreaker merino beanie more often than not these days because of that.