Russian Cold Camo
Russian Army Boonie Hat Surpat
The Russian Army Boonie Hats are ideal for airsoft, hunting, fishing, hiking, or just about any other outdoor activity. They are designed to protect the head from UV and sun. They are made in Yekaterinburg Russia, east of the Ural Mountains.
-IR remission, camouflage in the IR spectrum
-Includes mounts for vegetation and masking elements
-Size adjustable with elastic cord, ranging from 56 to 61cm
-Adjustable chin strap
-Short fields "SAS format", does not interfere with vision
Material: 35% cotton / 65% polyester rip-stop fabric
Size: One size fits most
Ships from USA. Satisfaction and fit guaranteed or we will cover return shipping. Ships free to USA and Canada (Including Alaska and Northern Canada). Made in Russia.
One of these hats was reviewed by a former MOS 35F US Army Intelligence Analyst. Here is a quote from the review:
"It's nicely built with attention to detail, it's camo is correct and not overly vibrant or dull, It has everything you would want from a Boonie hat. It has effective vegetation mounts including a gridlock top mount for help with camouflage and breaking the silhouette of your head. It has both chin and quick adjustment straps for fastening to your dome piece, Its fairly water repellent, made of durable ripstop material and the price is right! It does claim to be IR Remission which I don't have the capability to either prove or disprove at this time, so from my point of view the only thing you could possibly complain about is comfort. It's not an uncomfortable hat but I will say the material can feel scratchy on a bald/shaved head, especially once you factor in the heat, sweat, sand and dirt. However, this is a byproduct of its durability and tough material so if you are putting in enough work to facilitate the conditions for this discomfort its Inherent worth at that moment far outweighs the alternative of not having it."
 "Rat Bastard Supply and Gear Reviews" Accessed 08/10/2021 https://ratbastardreviews.blogspot.com/2021/08/russian-cold-camo-review.html