Outdoor Research Radar Pocket Cap

Outdoor Research Radar Pocket Cap
Outdoor Research Radar Pocket Cap
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Radar Pocket Cap by Outdoor Research
The 1. 8 ounce Outdoor Research Radar Pocket Cap packs small enough to put in your pocket and protects your head from the sun with its UPF 50+ rated sun protection. Outdoor Research also included water-resistant and quick-drying technology in the headband to increase comfort and moisture management on the trail. Grab the Radar Pocket Cap to eliminate the chance of a sun-burned head on your next hike.

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SKU: ODR0228
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