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Fjällräven Hatfield Hat
Fjällräven Hatfield Hat
Colour: light khaki, Size: S
49,95
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Fjällräven's rugged Hatfield Hat offers protection no matter what kind of wheather prevails. The well-tried G-1000® fabric is water- and wind-resistant. The wide brim protects you from rain drops and well as from the sun and the adjustable string at the chin keeps the outdoor hat in place. Most important though is the cool classic outdoor look of the hat!
  • Material: G-1000®, 65 % polyester, 35 % cotton
  • Wide brim
  • Adjustable string
  • Water- and wind resistant
  • Durable
  • Contains non-textile parts of animal origin
  • Weight: 95 g (size M)
G-1000®
The G-1000® fabric is superior to many other fabrics. It is a mix of cotton and polyester and is woven extremely tight and with double-twisted, siliconized threads. This combination makes the fabric so extraordinarily sturdy. Furthermore, the fabric is lightweight and water- and dirt repellent when treated with the organic impregnation mix of bee's wax and paraffin (Greenland wax). In addition, the fabric has good drying properties and a high breathability. Also, the fabric is absolute mosquito proof (no matter if it is waxed or not waxed). Please note that the wax generates a film on the film which is deliberate but is sometimes (wrongly) interpreted as dirt or signs of wear and tear. If the properties generated by waxing are not required, you can wash out the wax in 3-4 cycles with 40°. The wax can be applied again whenever it is required, you only have to rub in the wax and then iron or blow-dry the fabric.