Hear that? It’s the call of the wild—don’t forget your Sunday Afternoons Ultra Adventure Hat! The Ultra is updated with a slimmer silhouette and fun technical details like Clamshell Brim™ and Sunglass Lock™, but still retains the sun protection, ventilation, and moisture management of the Sunday Afernoons iconic Adventure Hat.
Features and Specifications
- UPF 50+ Sun Rating
- Reverse Clamshell Brim and Neck Cape
- UPF 50+ Crown Ventilation
- Sunglass Lock™ Keeps Glasses in Place
- Wicking Sweatband
- Water and Stain Resistant
- Adjustable Sizing
- Weight: 73 grams
- Fabric content: 88% Nylon, 12% Polyester Dobby
Care InstructionsHand wash cold, do not bleach, line dry, do not iron, do not dry clean
Brim folds for compact packing.
Hat Sizing Chart
98% of adults fit easily within the Sunday Afternoons two hat sizes. To measure your head, circle the crown of your head with string or dental floss, above your eyebrows and ears. Use a ruler or tape measure to measure the string and compare to the sizes listed in the hat description. Upon receiving your hat, loosen or tighten the rear/internal sizing tape (if applicable) for a custom fit. Fit hat slightly above eyebrows and ears to allow front and peripheral vision, Crown fabric should remain loose.
S/M: 54.5 - 58.5CM
L/XL: 57.5 - 61.5CM
Sunday Afternoons Ultra Adventure Hat - Editor's Choice Award, Outdoor Gear Lab, 2017
"The Sunday Afternoons Ultra Adventure is the highest performing hat for high output sunny activities and wins our Editors' Choice Award. We were pleasantly surprised by how protective and versatile this competitor is. We took it on many outdoor excursions, including backpacking and boating tips, and it kept us cool and comfortable the entire time. It's lightweight, quick drying materials are a step up from the Sunday Afternoons Adventure Hat and it is much more durable and packable than that model as well. It has a great combination of sun protection and breathability in a somewhat less dorky package than the other cape style hats we tested."
Outdoor Gear Lab, 2017