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Tested in some of the heartiest downpours in the world, the Outdoor Research Seattle sombrero is a rainy day classic. Its GORE-TEX® shell fends off the weather while you're out and about.

  • Features

    • GORE-TEX shell with fully taped seams provides waterproof/breathable protection
    • Wide, flexible foam-stiffened brim directs water away from your face when in monsoon-like conditions
    • Brim floats in water and adjusts with a hook-and-loop closure; brim is 3 in. wide at front and 3.75 in. wide at the back
    • Brushed tricot lining wicks perspiration away from the skin
    • UPF 50+ fabric shields you from harmful UV rays
    • Packable design folds up when not in use
    • Removable chin cord prevents hat from flying away on windy days
    • Embroidered OR logo adds visual interest

    Imported.

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Hiking

    Hat Style

    Rain Hat

    Sun Hat

    Fabric

    Crown: 70-denier plain weave nylon; brim: 70-denier plain weave nylon with PU coating (bluesign® approved)

    Lining Fabric

    Polyester/tricot (bluesign® approved)

    Sun-Protective Fabric

    Yes

    UPF Rating

    50

    Waterproof

    Yes

    Type Of Waterproofing

    3L GORE-TEX waterproof/breathable laminate

    Quick Drying

    Yes

    Visor/Brim

    Yes

    Head Circumference

    21.5-24 inches

    Width Of Brim

    3-3.75 inches

    Gender

    Unisex

    Sustainability

    Contains materials that meet the bluesign® criteria

  • Size Chart

    S M L XL S/M L/XL One Size
    Head Circumference 21.5-22 22.25-22.87 23-23.62 23.87-24 21.5-22.87 23-24 21.5-24

    Sizing Notes

    Measurements are stated in inches unless otherwise indicated.

    Measure around your head where the headwear would fit comfortably.

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