Outdoor Research Printed Swift Cap

Outdoor Research Printed Swift Cap
Outdoor Research Printed Swift Cap
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Printed Swift Cap by Outdoor Research
There's nothing worse than a drop of sweat burning your eyes in the middle of a long training run. Thankfully, with the Printed Swift Cap from Outdoor Research, you'll keep the sweat from clouding your view. And you'll want to take in those views-5% of sales from the Swift are donated to The Conservation Alliance-so you could be running on lands you helped give back to. Speaking of views, yours won't be blinded by the sun-the shaped brim of the Swift Cap protects from harmful rays while the 50+ UPF rating protects the rest of your noggin. If the sun gets too hot, though, dip the Swift in a nearby stream and the supplex nylon will soak up some of the cool water to bring your temp down so you can stay comfortable and run farther.

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