The Glacier Hat by Icebreaker comes in a range of funky colours and is made from single layer sport yarn. Eye-catching, energetic stripes will make you the center of attention whether you're biking, hiking, snowboarding or finding some other way to make the most of the outdoors.
FEATURES of the Icebreaker Glacier Hat
Slope style with bomber warmth
Extra-insulating merino layer
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Men's Clothing and Outerwear
5' 10 3/4"
5' 11 1/2"
6' 0 1/4"
28 - 30
32 - 34
38 - 40
ICEBREAKER MEASUREMENT GUIDE and FIT INFO
• Please note that all the info provided refers to body measurements, and NOT the dimensions of the garment.
• If your body measurements are midway between two sizes, go to the smaller size for a tighter fit or the larger size for a looser fit.
• If your body measurements result in different sizes, Icebreaker recommends using your chest measurement for tops and your hip measurement for pants.
HOW TO MEASURE:
Chest - Place the measuring tape around the fullest part of your chest.
Waist - Place the measuring tape at your natural waist, which is the narrowest point on your torso.
Hips - Place the measuring tape around the fullest point on your hips.
FIT INFO AND DETAILS:
Slim Fit - A snug, close-to-the-body fit for low-bulk layering.
Regular Fit - A fit that is neither snug nor loose. Garments with this fit can be worn solo or over other layers.
Relaxed Fit - Loose-fitting lightweight layers. Ideal for more casual use.
* You can find the fit info for Icebreaker styles in the product description features and specifications.
Rated 4 out of
Great for aerobic winter sports or casual wear - not too warm.I have a 7 inch head... and this hat fits well but not snug, so it could certainly accommodate bigger noggins too. The fit covers my ears but isn't too deep like some beanies can be.,,Overall the hat is the perfect weight/thickness for backcountry tours when I'm doing a lot of skinning. It doesn't offer much wind resistance which is nice when things get steamy on the climb and I want my head to breathe. For lift-serve or anything below about 25 degrees (or high-wind), I'd go with something warmer.,,Performs well. Looks great. Icebreaker quality is great. Good for casual or apres-ski too; merino doesn't hold the stink of my head from a day of touring.