About Face Cap stays put in whipping wind any way you wear it
Come spring, Alaskans brace themselves for the powerful warming winds known as Chinooks or "Snow Eaters." A strong Chinook can gust up to 75 mph, raise air temperatures by up to 40 degrees in an hour, and rip the cap off your head before you know what hit you. Which is why we've created the About Face Ball Cap. Its 5-panel construction and flexible 98% polyester/2% spandex fabric hugs your head with no need for a strap in back. And a moisture-wicking sweatband keeps perspiration out of your eyes, even when you're wearing the cap backward.