RedHead® Mesh Outback Hats
- Outback styling
- Contrasting hatband
- Embroidered RedHead logo
- Vent eyelets in crown sides
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by downunder1 Great Hats I Have now got 3 of these hats as I have found them to be One of the Best I have ever Had. They Fit Well and Look Great and The Price Can not be Matched, I am Very Pleased With My Purchases And Prompt Delivery. Thank You To You All at BASSPRO April 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by RHMeans Like it Nice and cool for California upland game hunting. Keeps the sun off your face, vents your head and still can see the orange. Love it. March 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hunterdog1999 Redhead hat fits well. I got the orange hat. It blocks the sun where I need it. Comfortable to wear for long periods of time. January 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by COFlyGuy My newest best fishing hat Good fit and is holding the shape (kinda cowboy-hat-like) I put on it with a little spray starch and drying. Breathes well for all day at the river/lake and the wide brim keeps the sun off my ears and shades my eyes. December 4, 2012
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A:You absolutely need an X L.
I bought a L and gave it away...too tight and I wear a 7 1/2
A:I wear 7 5/8 and XL always works better for me.
A:The Fabric is sewn on to a hard base it can be bent to shape but I would not crush fold it The Quality is good Not Meant for screwing up and putting in your back pocket or back pack. But Can be clipped to the Back Pack
the fabric its self is I think twill 55%cotton+45%pollyester
A:Canvas with mesh fabric. Not packable.
A:Will not roll up. Rigid synthetic fabric.
A:The hat is made of a heavy grade of cotton canvas, I think. The brim of the hat is very stiff, and won't flop around, which is one of the main reasons that I wanted it. After it is "broken in", you can bend the brim a little bit to your liking. Done right, it will stay on your head while sitting in the front of a boat going 45 mph..., without a problem!
I wouldn't try to roll it up though. You could push the mesh part down and basically have a dinner plate sized item to put in your luggage.
A:It is a very soft fabric and it will roll up very compact.
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