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I had last years SARS and that was a paper thin pocket less windbreaker for spring days. This year the jacket is quite different. It's basically a quality shell with zippered pockets. 5K waterproofing, lightweight, and durable. Throw on a couple layers and you can easily manage on a mild winter day. Other than features, it rivals last year's vintersars (not this years).
My head is about 22-23inchs in circumference and this hat fits me pretty well. Just enough for a bit of sag in the back without the floppiness and not too loose where it would fall off. For reference it's thinner than the coal frena (almost by half), an ~inch wider, & stretchier. The previous reviewer must have a small head. I found the Frena too tight (although a very nice hat).
Soft, comfy, and warm. Exactly what I was looking for. The cutouts at the bottom also prevent the gator from bunching up which was a plus.
My head is about 22-23inchs in circumference and this hat fits me pretty well. Just enough for a bit of sag in the back without the floppiness. For reference it's thinner than the coal frena (almost by half), a bit wider, & stretchier.
The frena from this year is longer (about 10.5 inches) but not too long. Perfect for the smurf/reservoir tip look. It is also very thick for an acrylic hat so it should keep most heads warm and toasty. The width however is a little too narrow although my head isn't very big (22-23in). I usually loosen up my hats with a steam iron but this one doesn't stretch much. I love the cut, material and length but the width is far from ideal. Maybe in the future they will put out a wider/thinner version.
My hat size is around a 7 or 7 1/8 or 56-57cm around and this thing was way too small. I was told it was one size fits all but it definitely isn't. A sharp looking hat, too bad it didn't fit.