An outback-style hat, our RedHead® Mesh Outback Hat for men features an embroidered RedHead logo front and center, a contrasting hatband, and vent eyelets in crown sides for cool comfort. The RedHead Mesh Outback Hat makes a great gift for the outdoorsman or woman in your life—including yourself. Imported. One size fits most.
Great hat for a great price!
Other comparable hats are twice the price. I looked all over for this redhead when my husband lost his on the water. Bass Pro is the ONLY place that had it. We received it very quickly and at the same low price as we paid several years ago!
July 31, 2012
Nice hat, had to modify the XL
The hat is very well made, however the XL I received was too tight. I removed the stitching that held the hat band together, soaked the hat in water, then stretched it over a volleyball. After it dried, it fits great!
August 30, 2011
I Love This Hat
The poor review at the top of this page is either lying or didn't actually read the product description before purchase.
The hat is -not- one size fits all. I bought a medium and my husband got an XL and they both fit perfectly.
I do agree that the chin strap is cheesy but replaced it with some heavy cord from a craft supply shop and it's great. The hat is incredibly comfy and the mesh keeps our heads from sweating too much in the hot summer sun.
I admit I did get different colors than the camo (Dark Brown and Olive Green) so I can't comment on the color of the camo version.
Considering that other hats cost upwards of 40 dollars, this is a great bargain for the money, even with having to replace the chin strap. (Tho since the strap is leather, you could, in theory, wash it or soak it and it would soften up and work better)
July 7, 2011
Camo pattern did not match description, shape did not match description, did not fit, could not be re-shaped or re-sized.
May 15, 2011
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.
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