Are there ventilation holes on top?
NELL V No, there isn't any holes on top. The chin straps holds it in place well. Order this cap a size smaller than you usually wear. There is a lot of stretch.
GARRY D No! But I added a small (1 inch) slit and it works great. Best way to be comfortable on those cool night dives!
CLINT F No. Air does collect in it and I have thought about putting in a couple holes myself.
LOUISE A No, but I simply added them myself with a pair of cuticle scissors.
Mel S No vent holes but very good hood use it when I want something lite
JOHN M No there are no ventalation holes on this beanie. Sizes run small as well...FYI.
ANNE T There are no ventilation holes on the top of the beanie.
CATHY D no, but since it does not cover as much of your head as a regular hood you don't really need a vent, imho
LAWRENCE B No ventilation holes on top. Just being a cap though trapped air doesn't seem to be as big an issue as it can be with a full hood.
SHAWN L I have not had a problem with air build-up in the beanie....ever! I do think there is a venting system but I am not near the beanie right now. I really like mine and have used it for over 75 dives.
ROBERT S No holes, I was able to make my own with a hot nail.
WILLIAM V E No, but I have not found that I need them. The beanie does not seem to be as prone as a regular hood to getting exhaust bubbles trapped inside.
DAVID K No holes. It has a solid top.
MONICA V No ventilation holes on top. It can get warm, but I also find this a plus when you want to skip a wetsuit.
DALE R No
There are no ventilation holes on top and they are not necessary.