Because body heat mostly escapes from your head, the Outdoor Research Transcendent Beanie™ is insulated with 650+ Goose Down to keep you warm even in the harshest of winter conditions. Stretchy and lightweight, the Transcendent Beanie is also super-compressible and includes its own little storage pouch for supreme packability and convenience.
Filled with 650+ goose down and weighing just 1.0 ounce, the warm Outdoor Research Transcendent Beanie is ultra-light, ultra-packable and ultra-warm! As your head serves as the fastest place of heat loss, the Transcendent Beanie just might be the perfect while-you-sleep headwear for cold weather backpacking.
Like a warm and cozy sleeping bag for your cabeza, the Transcendent Beanie is built with an ultralight fabric shell and insulated with 650+ fill down, ensuring maximum retention of heat from where the body loses it most rapidly. Ideal for alpine camping, the Transcendent Beanie can also be worn under your shell's hood in extremely cold conditions. Incredibly lightweight and compressible, this beanie is the perfect companion for any cold-weather expedition.
|Insulation:||650+ fill down insulation|
|Material:||Ultralight 20D Pertex® Endurance fabric|
|Weight:||1.0 oz. / 29 g|
|Outdoor Research Transcendent Hat||$19.99 - $62.00|
|Outdoor Research Transcendent Hoody||$136.47 - $199.00|
|Outdoor Research Transcendent Sweater||$112.95 - $189.00|
I got this just to keep my head warm when stopping on the winter trail for a break and of around base camp on climbs. Well worth the money! Incredibly warm of course and very soft. Not as breathable as I would like, but you can't have everything you want.
i love my down beanie its very warm and it packs down so small ! i got a big nugget so i had to get a lg xlg and it fits well i have a 7 3/8 in head
look no farther for the warmest beanie. this is a must beanie.... I can even wear this in the sleeping bag without readjusting it .stays put.
well worth it !
Blocks wind and extremely warm in the coldest temperatures. A must for anyone who lives in the extreme cold.