Stratus Windstopper Beanie in Elevated II
GORE-TEX® INFINIUM
Stratus Windstopper Beanie in Elevated II
GORE-TEX® INFINIUM
Stratus Windstopper Beanie in Elevated II front view
Stratus Windstopper Beanie in Elevated II side view with new hearing ear ports
Stratus Windstopper Beanie in Elevated II back view

Stratus WS Beanie

  • Whitetail : Elevated II
$59.00
(5 Reviews)

The Stratus beanie is the most versatile outerwear gear for whitetail hunters with micro- fleece GORE-TEX INFINIUM™ WINDSTOPPER® Technology and acoustic ports to hear deer approaching earlier.

Product ID: #90290
FEATURES & SPECS
  • Imported

Warmth
Wind Protection
Breathability

Technology

GORE-TEX® INFINIUM

Product Comments

5 Reviews
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Jim
Reviewed On 05/26/2022

Love it. I have a camo for bow season and an orange for gun hunting. Warm, comfortable, and I can hear good through the portals on each side. Great product.

Len Cottrell
Reviewed On 03/14/2022

WOW. Super warm. I would say it is a 4 or maybe a 5 for warmth. The wind isn't really an issue with this beanie. I have had lots of snow build up on the outside and nothing soaked through. I have not worn it in the rain, but it is great in snow. I like how they have a mesh covering over the ears. You don't really lose any hearing when wearing this beanie. I love it.

Alex Goff
Reviewed On 12/08/2021

The hat fits my big head and it is very warm for how light it is. Definitely windproof. It keeps my head much warmer than my knit hat I was using.

Boris
Reviewed On 11/20/2021

Excellent product. You really can hear any approaching animals and it's wind and rain proof. Recommended!

Jenny
Reviewed On 11/10/2021

It’s warm but it doesn’t fit a small head. Wish they made one for woman or made one with stretch material for people with small heads.

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