From the slopes at Aspen to the backwaters of Minnesota, if you need a lightweight and seriously warm, toboggan, toque or watchcap, this will keep you nice and warm.
Fiber content 90% Bison down / 10% nylon
Made in the U.S.A (like everything we do)
Still not sure how your product is sourced but the buffalo and and the original Americans were closest to the land before we started poisoning everything
to make it better. Did we really improve the land or just rearrange it to make dollars?
Won't have a good review until I give it to my wife for Christmas!!!!
Waiting for my OTC socks to help her keep both ends warm! :)
I live in Georgia and when winter hits, this will always be my go to for any cold weather that arrives
Nice black warm hat. What else do you want?
First impressions, this beanie is way lighter then I would of expected. The few days I wore it, it was just as warm as my other merino wool beanies. Being spring in Wisconsin it can go from 55 one day and snow the next. This beanie was a nice piece of gear to have around. Seems to have all the same qualities as my old wool hats but at 1/3 the weight. They definitely have me looking at a second purchase.
I lied. I actually bought the other color too. It’s warm and breathes well. Plus, it’s lightweight. It also holds its shape well.
After using the buffalo wool gloves and neck gaiter for steelheading all winter in the snow and rain, I'm sold on buffalo wool. It is softer and warmer than regular wool and is absolutely astonishing in its ability to stay warm even when wet. I probably won't take this beanie off until August. Best hat ever.