Great Rain Hat
I love this hat. The foam brim is great, doesn't flap around, so feels very sturdy. It's a cute style and doesn't give me hat hair! I got it for running in the rain and not only does it keep my head and neck dry, but it keeps the rain off my glasses. It has a light lining, so may not be the best sunhat on a really hot day. The only real con for me is that the wide and stiff brim in the back hits my backpack in an annoying way, so I have to take a different hat on backpacking trips. However, for cooler days, lake or ocean kayaking, running, hiking or bopping around town on a rainy day, it'll keep the sun off your face, and the rain off your head and you'll look quite stylish. I was lucky to get the lovely teal color in a size S. My head measures 21" and it just fits, no adjustment needed, if your head measurement is any larger, you might consider a M.
I love to research items before I buy them and product reviews are a great help, so I decided to help others doing the same thing. I live in New England, we have some wild, wet, windy weather! I have rain coats with hoods and I always have to hold onto the hood or it blows off. That got me thinking about a rain hat. I just received mine (earlier than expected) and I love it! It is very stylish, so wearing it commuting to work will be great. I can see that the brim will keep the rain off the back of my neck....and I will be able to keep my glasses on! My head measures 21.5 and the small is fine, any larger and you'll definitely need the medium.
I purchased this hat for sun protection during an upcoming rafting trip. The hat is both functional and stylish. It has a Goretex outer shell and a soft inner liner that is quite comfortable. This hat is not as flexible/flimsy as other similar hats I have seen, but rather somewhat ridgid and durable. The only drawback, which is slight, is that the hat is a little too tall for my head. If I pull the hat all the way down, my ears get pushed down which is quite common for hats I've owned.