Roll-n-Go Sun Hat

By SunLily


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We’ve figured out how to pack a sun hat. This packable sun hat rolls up without losing its shape. Its flexible fibers protect you from the sun and also protect the shape of the hat even after you’ve folded it. Roll it, then fasten the braided leatherette to keep it compact.

  • Materials: 86% flexible wooden fibers, 12% polyester, 2% metal
  • Care: Hand wash
  • Features braided leatherette with snap to hold hat closed
  • Fold in half and roll to pack
  • Perfect for travel
  • One size fits most
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 10.5" x 5" x 3"
  • Weight: 0.1 lb.

48 Reviews (4.6 out of 5 Grommets)

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Snaps do not work


The creases really never go away. I tried to snap the headband in place and I cannot get it to work. I might put it out in the sun to see if the creases go away. Taking it on vacation to Mexico this weekend!!More > < Less




When I ordered this I expected the hat would relatively quickly look attractive after being unrolled. It has been unrolled for over two weeks since I received it and it still has a number of creases which I didn't expect to be permanent features. I have had other packable hats which opened up nicely when unpacked.More > < Less




I have not worn as the snap seems to be a dud. it will not close/snap so I wear other hats I had already. I was really disappointed andppointed and a waste of money for me.More > < Less

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How do you pack a sun hat?

About SunLily

Packable Sun Hat

How do you pack a hat? We’re not sure about the regular kind—but this packable sun hat rolls up without losing its shape.

The SunLily hat’s flexible wooded fibers protect from the sun, but also stretch and fold into a compact roll you can snap to keep it that way. The braided leatherette strap won’t pop open when you slip it into a purse or suitcase.

We like that it looks like a traditional, beachy straw hat, but it functions better. In our past travels, we ended up carrying our sun hats rather than packing them, afraid of in-luggage crushing. SunLily goes right into your suitcase or bag.

Hats off for this fashionable, functional invention.
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