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Headsweats Toaster Beanie – UpaDowna
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Headsweats Toaster Beanie

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MSRP:  $22.00

Weight: 2.00 Ounces
 

With a name like the "Toaster Beanie", I knew this had to be a great hat. I've been searching for something that is thin but still keeps my head warm. The Heatsweats Toaster Beanie can easily fit under my bicycling helmet or works great on a run. This lightweight beanie is made with an Eventure™ Stretch Fabric and an Eventure™ Knit Fabric that wicks away moisture well while keeping the head warm. It's a great item for colder temperatures.

Ready to stay warm on the Manitou Incline!

This performance cold-weather beanie is a must have if you get cold quickly and want a fast and easy way to stay warm. The smooth spandex material makes it easy to put on and also wear under a hood or helmet. During the workout, the beanie does a stellar job of wicking away moisture. I thought I would be wringing sweat out of the hat after my workout, but it was the complete opposite. It felt cold and a little moist but not soaking. Even though this beanie is designed to be warm, it does have a cool factor: it is machine washable and Headsweats offers customization of the beanie with team, event or store logo! Hmm…I'm thinking the UpaDowna logo might look pretty darn good on that hat! The only issue I had with this beanie was that it didn't cover my ears all the way. I hate to have wind in my ears but every time I pulled it lower over my ears, it would also pull down over my eyes a bit. Other colors would be a plus too! Overall, I enjoy the compactability and versatility of this product. Being able to stuff it in a pocket or wear it comfortably under my cycling helmet makes me happy!

Adventure On!

~MtnMama

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