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Chaos Headwear unveils technical weather protection line
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Dec '13
As a full-scale headwear brand, Chaos with CTR- Chaos Thermal Regulation offer a one-stop buying experience for protective headgear, as well as year-round sun and style headwear with competitive benefit programs during the show season.

This season, Chaos will incorporate even more variety in four-season hats and beanies, with a fully expanded technical weather protection line for CTR-Chaos Thermal Regulation. CTR, known for headwear, helmet liners, balaclavas, glove liners and socks, will feature a brand new Kids graphics section.

In addition to graphics, the Headwall Collection will also feature more new insulated hoods and color blocking in their best sellers. Service and variety with highly competitive margins for reliable gear will bring Chaos success for this colder winter.

New for 2014- CTR-Chaos Thermal Regulation

This collection of Performance accessories was built to meet the needs of today’s active exercise enthusiasts.  Chaos is adding a new dimension this season by adding hot patterns to technical winter facemasks, balaclavas and helmet liners. By introducing new dynamic colors and patterns, not only will you stand out in the outdoors, but you will stay warm with technology of CTR- Chaos Thermal Regulation. These colors include fiery reds, hot limes and perfect blues. 

The Glacier Collection Expanded-

A new collection for 2013/14 is the Glacier collection, which is meant to help close the gap between style and function. These printed and colored technical headwear help portray fashion while keeping you warm in the backcountry. Styles include the Cap , the Protector, the Bando  and the MTP. They are 92% polyester and 8% spandex with technical aspects to all pieces.

The Headwall Collection

The New Adventurer Patterns

The Headwall collection, which was new for 2012, has expanded to fill all technical needs while following the growing color trends. The Adventurer is a Balaclava style technical accessory with water/wind/snow resistant head cover, 70g Thinsulate insulation, and fleece lining for comfort.

The ventilated mask with mesh lining ensures high performance and the adjustable Velcro side panels ensure a snug fit. Available in four colors: Black, Orange, Grey, Blue, Digital Camo. Headwall Adventurer images more available upon request.

Under Helmet Beanie –UHB

The best in versatile headwear is here with the UHB – Under Helmet Beanie. Featuring a large variety of colors, this hat ideal as an under the helmet and stand alone beanie. The FitsALL 4x fits all sizes of heads and brings ultimate comfort.

Seamless manufacturing along with a core of spandex brings perfect warmth and comfort for most all conditions. It is offered in no itch acrylic blends with colors and patterns to satisfy all styles. The CTR Dri-Release beanie liner now comes with a New ponytail open notch.

CHAOS KIDS

Chaos is continuing to expand their styles for kids’ hats to meet the high demand for resort headwear. By utilizing luxury yarns, such as cashmere, merino wool, and unique stitching, Chaos is able to create warm, comfortable hats to appeal to a variety of tastes.

From bright, energetic colors to hunting lodge and faux-fur elements, the collection available is the largest to date. Nostalgic details and one-of-a-kind trims make Chaos hats for kids unlike any other. Come get a glimpse of the magnitude of styles at our booth that few competitors can compare to.

Chaos Headwear

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