|Gators at night in Georgia|
|Not even the mighty Niagara|
can stop it!
|Even the September sun and dust are under control.|
The price points for the Barmah hat varieties are in the $75 or less range. I’m pretty cheap when it comes to clothing and apparel, but I believe in the worth of the Barmah hat enough that I have bought two. I can be pretty rough on them, as I wear them in the woods and in the field, and they continue to survive unscathed.
In a recent interview with the Outdoor Blogger Network, I responded to the question "What is the one thing you cannot do without?" with "My Barmah hat." In fact, my Barmah hat is not just a hat, it identifies me!
Bill Howard writes a weekly outdoors column for the Wilson Times and Yancey County News and the blog site Bill Howard's Outdoors. He is a Hunter Education and International Bowhunter Education instructor, lifetime member of the North Carolina Bowhunters Association, Bowhunter Certification Referral Service Chairman, member and official measurer of Pope and Young, and a regular contributor to North Carolina Bowhunter Magazine.