For those looking for a smaller brim, this is the medium brimmed version of Tilley’s best-selling AIRFLO® Hat (the LTM6 AIRFLO®). This jack-of-all-trades AIRFLO® Hats is ideal for almost every warm weather activity. It's lightweight, easy care, and features a 3/4" mesh insert around the crown for added ventilation.
This is Tilley’s overall best-selling Hat! With its broad brim, great sun protection & extra ventilation around the crown.
Enzyme-washed for a worn look, Tilley’s Wanderer Hat has a versatile brim style; snap up on 1 side, both side or not at all.
Designed for the avid hiker, Tilley’s innovative Hat comes with lots of features for the trail. Their sun-protective Hiker's Hat is designed with an evaporative cooling insert, powered by HyperKewl™, to help relieve heat stress during treks. A rear brim loop provides a place to securely clip your Hat in place when not in use. These unique features, plus all the usual Tilley® Hat benefits make this the ultimate Hat for the trail.
A unique, environmental & UPF 50+ sun protective fabric blend is paired with 3/4" mesh to ensure Tilley’s intermediate brim Mash-Up AIRFLO® Hat is great for the hot & sunny climates. The recycled fabric blend of this Hat uses leftover yarns from other runs.
Is a day on land a day wasted? For those who love to paddle, Tilley’s designed the ultimate Paddler's Hat. Paddle in sun-protective comfort with the Paddler's Hat. Certified UPF 50+ sun protection, their Hat also features glare protection, wind resistant front brim for extra stability, temperature regulation & more.
Keep your head and face protected when you’re on the water or out on a summer hike. UPF 50+ fabric shields you from intense sun, while strategically placed vents and wicking fabric in the crown keep you cool and dry. Piping along the brim offers wind resistance when the breeze picks up.
The shorter brim on the Sun Bucket offers UPF 50+ sun protection and remains stable in windy conditions. The drawcord adjustment and removable chin cord keep it comfortably snug when the wind picks up.
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