- January 7 2012
I have a pea sized head and have been looking for a good fitting true WindStopper beanie for a while. OR hit a home run here, the size small fits great, is light warm and most importantly, keeps the wind out. So many fail to realize that stopping the wind is the first key to warmth, as a skinny dude that lives in a cold climate, I know all too well. Excellent product, may get another for backup.
- January 1 2012
Great warmth without bulk
Bought two of these for my best buddy and he loves em' despite not being a hat fan as he doesn't like regular hats that slip or fall off. These fit the bill for him and he really likes them. They are warm, windproof, cover the ears well and stay on. They are not bulky and are very easy care - toss em' in the wash, dry on low and they are ready to go. Very simple design and well made.
- December 28 2011
This hat does the job.
I go out at dawn daily. Temps in the high 20s to low 30s. Finding something to warm my ears has not been easy. I wear this hat under my beanie. The chin cord secures it in place nicely. This hat does the job. It is light in weight, and is easy to carry after the temp heats up. Love the Windstopper feature. I plan to buy additional hats for mountainering family members. Con: Runs a tad large.
- January 15 2011
Keep your Ears Covered
Many times, with hats, your ears get uncovered when you tilt your head back. Not so with the Peruvian. The chin strap keeps your ears covered. The fleece material is soft and thick enough for most winters.
- December 28 2010
Just what I was looking for
I've been looking for head covering for winter runs that will keep my head and ears warm, but not be constricting or otherwise interfere with my headphones. This fit the bill perfectly. Now my wife wants one as well.