Columbia Sportswear Men's Coolhead Visor

Priced: $14.99 - $25.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 5 reviews.
Columbia Sportswear Coolhead Visor
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Columbia Sportswear Coolhead Visor -
Built for lightweight sun protection and supreme temperature regulation, the Columbia Sportswear Men's Coolhead Visor features advanced Omni-Freeze ZERO technology in the sweatband, which reacts with sweat to lower the temperature of the material.

Fabric:

  • Constructed of 86% polyester/14% elastane Flex Stretch woven
  • Omni-Freeze ZERO reacts with perspiration to lower the temperature of the fabric.
  • 86% polyester, 14% elastane.

Fit:

  • Hook and loop adjustment for a perfect fit.

Manufactured:

  • Import

Features:

  • Omni-Freeze ZERO™ sweat-activated super cooling sweatband
SummitHut.com

Featuring Columbia's innovative Omni-Freeze ZERO™ sweat-activated super cooling technology, the Coolhead™ Visor uses your own perspiration to give you relief from the sweltering heat. With a comfortable headband and secure back adjustment, this is a perfect accessory for warm weather outdoor activities.


Zappos.com
Keep your temperature at the perfect degree with the help of the Columbia® M Coolhead™ Visor.
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Massey's Outfitters (closeout)
Construction:
Omni-Freeze ZERO fabrication lowers the material’s temperature.
Hook and loop back adjustment.
Imported
WestMarine.com
Built for lightweight sun protection and supreme temperature regulation, this premium outdoor basic features advanced Omni-Freeze ZERO® technology in the sweatband to accelerate the wicking process and deliver amazing next-to-skin coolness.
Features.

Cabelas
Fight back against the hot sun and protect your skin. The Omni-Freeze® Zero sweatband is activated by perspiration, using polymers to cool you down and keep you going. Hook-and-loop closure. 86/14 polyester/elastane blend. One size fits most. Imported.
Colors: Black, Cool Grey, Vivid Blue.
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Also available for: Women
Brim:3 in
Circumference:21 1 2 in
Fabric:86% polyester/14% elastane; Omni-Freeze ZERO sweatband

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Columbia Sportswear Coolhead Visor Reviews:

Reviews:

This visor is good, it is lightweight, and covers well to keep sun out of your eyes. But, the description of how it reacts to perspiration, to cool the fabric is so much hooey. It would be like the new running shoes that you hope has little motors in them to make you run faster. If you sweat in this visor, it is no different whatsoever than sweating in any other visor.
Michael G - customer at Zappos.com on 06/15/2013
I was looking for a simple visor and this fit the bill! My only complaint is I wish it came in a smaller size. I think I have a normal size head, but to get this visor to stay in place I have to tighten it so there is a a lot of the strap hanging off.
Jill W - customer at Zappos.com on 07/16/2013
Love this visor it's nice that the logo is not center front like other brands. For me its only fault is I have to tighten it so much that there is a lot of extra strap, but I'm still giving it 5 stars!
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 08/16/2013

Great Visor

Very happy with Columbia products. They are a bit pricey, but the quality makes it worth it.
Mule650 at Cabelas on 07/30/2013

Fits great and cool

Nice
Jim the Runner at WestMarine.com on 10/10/2013