I’ve been using a Shelta Hats Seahawk for about 3 years now for all of my outdoor activities including training on the range. I haven’t found a better sun hat – the No Flop brim is excellent, the performance of the materials is excellent, and the hat has held up to everything I’ve thrown at it including high winds, water, and gallons of sweat.
Now Shelta Hats is rolling out their first cap, the Icarus. This may be even better suited to use at the range for those who use over-the-head hearing protection thanks to its ball cap design and lack of a top button. The Icarus features 6-panel construction, plenty of laser-cut mechanical venting, breathable fabric, glare-resistant treatment under the brim, and adjustable Velcro closure with an elastic stretch band.
In my experience, Shelta Hats makes some of the most functional outdoor headwear around. The Icarus looks like a worthy addition to their line.
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