Arc'teryx Bird Head Toque Beanieis rated4.0out of5by9.
Rated1out of5byDeployed ContractorfromStylish but not durableI'm a fan of Arc'teryx products but this beanie let me down. The stitching at the top of the beanie started coming loose after 10 days of casual use and the hole is big enough to fit my pinky finger through; shame to spend premium price on a beanie and it unravel on you so quickly.
Date published: 2014-01-21
Rated4out of5byJanmatsfromBeanie reviewNeed a skull type hat for under a ski helmet...this works well..
Date published: 2014-01-09
Rated5out of5byRenheoweinfromGreat Beanie!This beanie fits great, and is really comfortable. It's got a nice snug design, and is a bit longer, so it comes down over my ears better (though I don't have a big head). Compared this to the Smartwool beanie, I like this one better.
Date published: 2013-12-07
Rated5out of5bylivingzenfromGreat Beanie!Bought the hat on the chance it might be the same quality as other Arcteryx products I've bought. In short, it is! I like warmth in motion and this hat gives warmth in motion. 50% merino wool/50% acrylic. It's a little snug but stays down over the ears. I keep my pretty hair short though and if my hair was as long as it was in the '60s it might be too snug. Got the blue heron/blackbird and it's a little darker than the photo, but nice. I turn the arcteryx label to the back of my head so it does't offend oncoming pedestrians or wildlife.
Date published: 2013-11-12
Rated4out of5byrmanhikerfromNice hatGreat hat, best used for fall or spring hikes where the nights can get cold once you set up camp and settle in. Also good for mild winters, but it is not the thickest winter hat so it probably won't be sufficient in really low temps(sub 25?). I got the tungsten color, but in retrospect I think the red looks a lot better.
Date published: 2013-04-14
Rated5out of5byColorado Kristafromkeeps the noggin toasty and 'fro flatSome women collect shoes. I collect hats. I purchased this one because 1) Arc'teryx quality and 2) yes, purple is my new favorite color. It's snug and covers my ears, which is great for helping keep my earbuds from bouncing out when I run. I've also used it in the backcountry, the first skin up the mountain on cold days before putting my helmet on to ski down. I can wad it up, throw it in my backpack and it takes minimal space. Yep, this is my new favorite hat.
Date published: 2013-04-03
Rated5out of5byRayo84fromWarm, Light, Go-to BeanieThis hat was itchy the first few times I wore it and I was nervous that it wouldn't break in; well, it did! I love this hat. I carried it all 2,184 miles of the Appalachian Trail. It was great for keeping my head warm on cold mornings and nights. It's about as stylin' as they come. The inner wool band goes with the polyester shell to make this guy warm, light, and durable. My go-to.
Only caution: I wouldn't rely on this hat for extreme cold.
Date published: 2013-04-03
Rated2out of5byaviator60fromFleece headband and thinI wanted the hat as a lightweight, wicking hat to backpack in. I bought the hat because of my belief in merino wool. The area that touches you is a fleece headband. The actual merino hat portion is terribly thin. The fit is small enough that I feel like the hat will rip when putting it on. It was low cost when I bought it though.
Date published: 2013-03-20
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