A hat for all seasons


The Australian outdoor work environment presents many challenges for the safety industry. Designs need to take into account a wide variety of weather conditions, diverse user needs and that certain elusive element of style.

With these factors in mind, Vision Safe has released the Tanami Hat – unifying these disparate elements into one vision.

The Tanami Hat is lightweight and cool, suitable for outdoor work in harsh Australian conditions.

With a 50+ UPF rating, the Tanami provides excellent protection from damaging solar exposure.

The generously sized brim helps cut out sun glare, with the flexible back panel shielding the often overlooked neck region from UV exposure.

A toggle strap helps keep the Tanami Hat on your head through the windiest of conditions. Combined with the shower proof construction material, the Tanami is truly a hat for all seasons.

Functionality is not all that is offered by the Tanami however – comfort is not neglected.

A soft towelling headband combined with a wide range of available sizes ensures that a comfortable fit can easily be found.

The flexible material matches ease of movement with unobstructed vision.

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