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DescriptionWool warmth with convertible coverage for the coldest days
Keep your head in the game longer with the warmth-hoarding—even when wet—skills of Simms’ Wool Scotch Cap. Hats feature a brow wicking sweatband, knit wool flaps to thaw exposed ears, and a full visor for glare-cutting glimpses into emerald green waters. Flexfit® stretch means one size fits most.
FeaturesFABRIC TECH:: 78% Wool/18% Nylon/4% Spandex
- Wool cap with a full visor to prevent glare and knit wool ear flaps
- Ear flaps snap up to the sides of cap when not being used
- Flexfit® stretch, wicking sweatband fits most head sizes
APPROX. WEIGHT:: 3.2 oz
SIZE:: ONE SIZE FITS MOST
- Product Care
Wool Hat Care
Handwash using cool water and a mild detergent designated for wool. Rinse well in cool water and roll gently in a thick towel to absorb most of the moisture. Allow to air dry on a head-shaped object.
- Will........Really Review by MTflyfish
OverallWhat in the heck does that review have to do with the actual product and its use?????
(Posted on 12/19/14)
- Nice hat, but.... Review by William Anderson
OverallIt's a nice cap, but the name is not appropriate. In Scotland, the word "scotch" is ONLY used in reference to whiskey. Period. If the hat name is made to imply that the hat is of a design from Scotland, it should be properly called a "Scot" cap, or "Scottish" cap. If a person is from from Scotland, he is Scottish, or simply a Scot. If you imply that a wearer should be drinking Scotch while wearing the hat, then that is a different matter. I'm not really complaining, just calling your attention to this. I own and regularly use Simms waders, boots and other items, so I'm a very loyal customer. I have several Scot friends and they say Americans' misuse of the word "scotch" is a constant irritant to them....I'm ' also of Scottish ancestry.
(Posted on 10/19/14)
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