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BigP
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Does anyone hunt with a Stormy Kromer wool hat? What do you think?
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I sometimes do, but I usually have it on backwards to shoot. Great hat for cold in general.

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I always do, have two of them and wear them all winter long not just hunting. Never have to turn mine around to shoot and I shoot longbows, never been a problem.

Hands down the most comfortable hat I've ever worn and several friends and family have gone to them after trying mine. I could post bunches of picks but since PB is holding them hostage I can't right now. Sorry!

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They are very comfortable and I have two. I donít wear them much because they are too warm most of the year and in cold weather they donít keep the ears warm.

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Steve Jr
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I have a couple they keep your head warm. I also have a classic Bowman hat that is very similar. I wear them to church and just every day stuff this time of year.This summer I bought a coups cap from Two Tracks it is AWESOME and goes hunting with me , definitely keeps the ears warm. Plenty of options out there.

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Absolutely love mine.

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Best winter cap out there
Terry

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centaur
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Yep, worn that style for years.

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I have one with the short brim that works in cool temps, the classic bowmen hat is much warmer for cold temps in a similar style.

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Stickbow Sniper
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Yes. They look best with trad wool shirt or jacket as opposed to Realtree/Mossy Oak type camo. They are good for cool weather, not warm or cold weather. I turn mine backwards before shooting but that will depend on your personal style and anchor point.
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Bear_hunter45
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If you buy a Stormy Kromer I would suggest you get the rancher model. It has bigger ear flaps and will keep your ears a lot warmer. Iíve been out moving wood to my boiler this morning. Itís 7 degrees with a 5 mph wind and my head and ears are warm as can be.
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I have a few. The waxed canvas one is nice when it's damp out. The wool ones breathe better and are more comfortable. I can't shoot with them on though.

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I have two of the brimless ones and LOVE em. Fit good, low profile, and just warm enough without making your head sweat. It gets my pick for bowhunting

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Yes. But even with the short brim I have to turn it a bit sideways to clear the string.
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Vesty
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Nothing better in my opinion. I have two of the short brim models they used to sell. Why they stopped offering this option I'll never know, but a few complaints sent their way may get their attention.
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Wapiti Chaser
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I have sent in suggestions to bring back the short brim several times ... I did just pick up a pair of Stormy Kromer Grey wool pants for $20 at an antique store that are just like new . Love there stuff and I think the short brim would sell .

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