Classic cap hugs your head comfortably, with an adjustable strap and brass buckle on the back. This six-panel cap features a pre-curved bill for protection from sun and rain, and a bold Filson patch on the front. Made of iconic, durable Tin Cloth or Blaze Orange Ten-Mile Cloth with a mesh back for breathability, it's built to last through years of regular use. Features:
Crown has six-panel construction for durability and comfortable fit
Tin Cloth or Ten-Mile Cloth fabric front of cap is rain repellent and abrasion resistant
Ended up losing my first one in Colorado on a trip to the mountains. Took a while for me to get my hands on another for being out of stock. This is easily my favorite hat I own though, durable and very nice material! Glad I was able to snag another one, and will make sure not to lose this one!
High visibility cap! A real trucker/logger shape cap with a high crown and large enough bill. A functional cap and not a millennial's fashion statement. I'd prefer it to have no logo or just a small tag as are used on some other Filson caps.
It is a very good blaze orange hat. I wear 2XL in Filson hats. The backsnap fits fine I do wish the structure of the hat was a little larger. It is very difficult to find blaze orange hats that fit my head. This is the best one so far.
I wish there was a fitted uninsulated version blaze hat for early season hunting.
I love the soft mesh material on the back of this hat. Most trucker style hats have that rough plastic feel but this one is much softer and more comfortable. The crown on this hat is pretty high which I'm not crazy about, but I'm really only wearing this thing while hunting and I'm pretty sure the deer doesn't give a damn what it looks like so we're all good there. My favorite feature is that it reduces my chances of having my head blown off. With that in mind, I'd say I like this hat very much.
This is a great hat! Was looking for a quality hat to wear in warmer weather. This one works perfect. Solid and sturdy construction. It’s now my everyday work hat. From day to day line work in Pennsylvania all the way down to storm work in east Texas.