Fjallraven Nordic Heater Hat

Fjallraven Nordic Heater Hat
Fjallraven Nordic Heater Hat
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Nordic Heater Hat by Fjallraven
Built for the coldest of days, the Nordic Heater Hat keeps your head toasty warm in unwelcoming climates. Featuring an adjustable chin strap, this hat stays put during howling winds, while buttoned earpiece flaps allow you to hear the group's suggestions about where to grab a hot meal.

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SKU: FJR0034
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