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I was wondering what hat works well under a helmet. presumably something that is thin and short is my guess. my lib tech hat that i wear under is ok, but its big enough that sometimes its covers my eyes under my goggles (which is never a good thing). any suggestions as to what is the best?

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Under Armor has some really thin skin tight ones I think.
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Under Armor has some really thin skin tight ones I think.
i was thinking more of a beanie, not a skull cap

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Honestly all you need is a thin smaller beanie. Try it on with the helmet, if it fits then it fits. You want a small one so that it doesnt bunch up around the goggles and back of the helmet.

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I use this, it does everything i need and more.
Under Armour | ColdGear Hood | 8000022 | $24.99

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The Burton and Dakine ones are 29 bucks. Damn. That is pretty expensive. :/
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I use this, it does everything i need and more.
Under Armour | ColdGear Hood | 8000022 | $24.99
Thanks for posting this. Does it keep your face warm in windy conditions? The wind chills exceed -10F at my hill and reach 30+mph. I wear a fleece baklava that works great but I'm not sure it will fit under my new helmet.
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neff beanie from zumiez
only $17 and you can pick any color in the world
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neff beanie from zumiez
only $17 and you can pick any color in the world
yeah i was looking at these. thanks for confirming their usefulness!

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