Mountain Hardwear Men's Micro Dome Beanie
Updated, the Mountain Hardwear Micro Dome is lightweight and snug, for use under a helmet or hood.
- Fabric: Velous Micro Fleece, (100% polyester)
- Velous Micro Fleece is extremely lightweight and warm
- Snug fit for use under a hood or helmet
- Weight: 1 oz.; 29 g.
Purchase the Mountain Hardwear Micro Dome Beanie for Men from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- January 19 2012
With my latest purchase I now have three of these. This new one I'm saving as my dress up go to town beanie. My first one, that I bought over five years ago, is my work/play keep my head warm in my sleeping bag hat. It has a few burn holes in it from many happy campfires but it still serves it purpose and is on my noggin right now. My wife stole the new one I bought last year, thus the need for a new one.
- December 30 2011
Best hat ever
This hat is nice and warm, but it's best feature is it's breathability. It's a compact hat that is small enough to easily slide into your pocket without bulkiness, yet surprisingly warm.
- October 23 2011
This is my favorite beanie: nothing extra- pure comfort, indoors or out. Easy on and off and fits easily under a hood on a cold, winter's day. I bought 3 from altrec.
- April 11 2011
Ultra Liteweight Super Warm Beenie!
My son and I each bought one of these to keep our noggins toasty warm as a key part of our minimalist sleeping system. This does as advertised. Everything we carry needs to be ultra liteweight (beenie under 1 oz) and multi-purpose. This beenie fits the bill as a hat we can wear to keep our heads warm in our bivy at night with our puff sleepwear and under our rain wear should the weather turn chilly. This beenie is NOT windproof as I was reminded at a recent track event. We knew that going in but did not need the feature or the extra weigh of the windstopper lining (windstopper version weighs in at 2 oz). All in we are very impressed with the Mountain hardwear product and look forward to taking it on our summit of Long's Peak in the Rockies this summer.