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Beanie: Thinsulate Flex Haleakalā National Park

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This 40-gram Thinsulate Flex Insulation Beanie is recommended for fun in the cold outdoors—like hiking your favorite trails, chasing your dog through the snow, biking that ridge in January or just sitting by your camp fire with a really hot cup of coffee. It traps and holds body heat but won't absorb water. You can stretch it whichever way you need to and it will recover its original shape. If you've visited Haleakalā National Park on the island of Maui, you know you wanted this beanie in that high cold air! Yes, even in Hawaiʻi. Black only.

Beanie created by 3M, national park logo designed by HPPA.

Color: Black

Sku: 3002182

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