The Predator Boonie Hat is a rugged cotton twill cap that offers 360 degrees of sun and rain protection. The adjustable chin string ensures a secure fit in windy conditions. One size fits most.
good quality Unknown on 26th Aug 2020
Wanted a boonie hat for bow hunting. I had picked up a few Predator Camo items and really liked the pattern. My only complaint with the hat is it's a little tight for my head. I'm hoping it will relax after wearing it a few times. Unknown on 4th Sep 2019
Fit is perfect and during early season it keeps the sun out of your face as well as off your neck. It does soak water as it is cotton. I fixed mine by spraying it with NixWax water Proofing and BAM. Rain rolls off like it was made of GorTex. Problem fixed and made a good hat even better. Mark T on 21st Aug 2019
Fits my head great even with the poly headnet on under it. Can't wait to wear it this fall. Keeps the sun out of my eyes and the rain off my face. justin moe on 24th May 2017
A good hat. no problems Tracy Warren on 7th May 2016
Everything you people make is great. the patterns that you have are exceptional and provide the hunter with more of chance to get close to game without spooking it. Thanks again
I have a fat head so the one size fits all is kind of a bummer but I gave it to a friend of mine who's head doesn't have its own gravitational pull and it works great for him. jc on 23rd Jun 2015
I bought two of these in different Predator camo versions.
The hat quality was good but the one size fits all sizing did not work for me.
My head is not that large but with a head net on a X-Large hat fits well and provides eye shade without having to cram the hat down on my head.
This Predator Boonie was sized too small for an XL fit and sat up too high on my head and did not provide the coverage I like.
I'd like to see the same hat or better yet a Jones Style hat in Predator with a few larger sizes.
Predator is still the best camo pattern out there.. I've been wearing it for twenty plus years.
Baseball style hats don't work well for traditional hunters because of the large, stiff brim and are not at all practical in wet weather.
Bob Radocy on 11th Jun 2015