Going to the Sun // 5 Panel Hat
Every aspect of this hats was crafted with intention. Every detail was designed by Rachel. The microfiber printed side fabric of Rachel’s “Logan Pass Fireweed” Glacier National Park painting is lightweight and wicks moisture. The luminous teal fabric making up the rest of the hat is stretchy and soft, and will bounce back from being shoved in a pack (but you won’t want to tuck it away because it’s so beautiful!) The front panel is unstructured, so it can fit under a helmet, but the brim is structured and slightly curved. The final details of this truly gorgeous hat are a grizzly bear patch, a white front rope, and a white snap back, all of which will remind you of a vintage hat you may have gotten on a road trip to Glacier in the 70’s.
Truly one of a kind, this “Going to the Sun” hat will likely be one of the most unique hats you’ve ever owned and it will surely become your go-to for adventures far and wide. If you love wildflowers, wildlife, and to live colorfully, this is the hat for you. It was built to last and made in Canada by a small family-owned business, Ambler Mountain Works. Machine wash cold, hang in shade to dry.