Chaos Men's Dylon Wool Blend Trapper Hat
|Price:||$14.66 - $36.99|
- 50% wool / 50% polyester felt
- Knit trapper hat made from mix yarns with an incredibly soft and warm faux fur lining
- Wool Blend felt exterior keeps wind, rain and snow away form your head
- Machine wash Gentle
- Made in China
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Chaos Dylon wool Felt blend Trapper hat with Faux fur lining will keep you warm and comfortable in the most extreme conditions . This trapper hats is fashionable to wear out on night on the town. The 50/50 Wool /ployester felt fabric is quite windand water resisatant and will protect you from the elements.
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I saw another review stating the faux fur was poor quality. So far it feels fine. It's soft and fuzzy and altogether comfy on my skin. The material for the exterior is surprisingly soft as well; I thought it would be scratchy.
A different review mentioned that the interior is not completely furred, and is not lined. The fur is only on the flaps and on the lining for the edge. The inside is lined, but with a different type of material. It's still covered in thick padding and traps the heat in well.
The hat runs large. Good if you're going to have a wig on or if you have a large head. I have a relatively small head so it's a bit loose.
All in all, I'm satisfied with this purchase. I'll be wearing it regularly - in and out of cosplay.
Using this hat during my Winter walk across America (NY to CA) and this a damn good hat! Through the rain, wind, snow, sleet, and mist this has hat kept my head warm, dry, and is highly breathable. When it gets too cold while sleeping in my tent, I use this hat to keep warm.
Its one size fits all, if I ever have to replace it while on this journey I'm buying the same hat. I wear it in this manner: large flaps down (to cover neck and ears), small flaps up (to hear better), only using the strap when I'm ultra cold (block wind). This hat is also unique enough to pull the ladies if used with a warm smile and proper intro/greeting. --SoilTrek.com
Appearance: The color scheme and design make this a good looking hat that still maintains its purpose of keeping you warm.
Build: My dad has been using this for two months now and it has maintained its build quality. No degradation of seams, cloth or fur yet.
Feel: Overall, good feel materials. The interior faux fur feels very soft and comfortable. The exterior has the feel of a wool jacket, sturdy feel with enough give to confirm to one's head.
Use: The chin strap is durable and continues to hold up to constant re/un-buckles. The cloth strap going through the plastic fasteners is very tough, so adjusting the strap is a bit of a challenge, but you have to pick your battle between sacrificing quality to allow for easy adjustment or thicker material for long lasting strap. The ear flap don't have any fastener option to hold them up, so the only option is to leave the ear flaps always down or fold the flaps up and use the chin strap as the fastener. The latter option work perfectly fine but the visual appearance is not clean.
The fur parts are made from faux fur (as expected) but it's still very warm. The majority is constructed from wool blend, so it's quite sturdy but also looks pretty good. The inside is lined with an additional layer that has a light polyester stuffing for added insulation. For aesthetic reasons, the ear flaps can be buttoned in the upright position. They don't actually cover anything.
Although other users have complained about a Velcro chin strap, the black variation of this hat has a buckle that works quite nicely.
My only complaint regarding this product is the fur sort of "shedding." The fibers seem prone to coming out rather easily. If you're careful, that shouldn't be an issue. You might imagine that the fur absorbs mechanical waves, so you might have a hard time hearing things behind you.
I find buckling the strap under my chin is a bit too warm. That also cuts into my peripheral vision and block out some noise. This is sometimes desirable, but mostly annoying. Buckling the strap over the top leaves the ears and neck totally exposed, so I usually wear the strap buckled in back.
I have no idea why the little flaps are there. Decoration I guess?
I have a larger-than-average head for a woman and this hat fit with plenty of room. Some smaller people might feel lost in this hat, but I like my hats on the big side.