For road riders, a comfortable and stylish cycling cap is a wardrobe essential. Worn year round, it can either protect from the sun, keep the rain off or keep you warm on mountain top descents. Usually made of cotton or sometimes a light weight wool, every rider should have at least one. More >>
The Road Cycling Cap
There are probably as many different makes of road cap as there are riders to wear them. Some riders even collect caps, and with cycling's love of its own history, there are certainly a lot of varied, garish and rare caps to search for!
If you are new to the world of cycling, it is enough to know that you should only ever wear a cap if it is comfortable, breathable, and suitable for all day riding. If you can find a cap that looks good with your jersey, jacket or bib shorts, and is comfortable enough to be worn all day, then the job is done.
Cool Weather Cycling Hats
The other type of hat a cyclist will wear is a more full featured and technical piece for cool weather riding. Often constructed from merino, or at least highly advanced synthetic fibres, their job is to keep the wind and cold at bay. Less >>
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Like its Compression Arm Cooler stablemate, the Craft Cool Headband is one of those products ...
A classic cycling sweatband, ingeniously edge-trim free for ultimate softness, the Castelli ...
Utilising Gore Wind Stopper at the front and Craft's very own high performing Zero fabric, ...
One size fits all, stretchy and pleasingly finished in a plaid pattern, the Showers Pass ...
The Etxeondo Hook Cap is a great piece of cycling headwear that offers something a little different ...
The Etxeondo Letras Headband is a marvel (also known as the Etxeondo 3-in-1 Headband). A headband, hat, and a neck sleeve with a beautifully soft inner all in one, courtesy of some neat folding, and a little drawstring at the top. From the work commute or road ride when you might need a some neck protection from the wind, to post bike when a full hat is what's called for, the Letras does it all. If all that isn't enough to convince you, then you should know that no less than Tour de France Champion Alberto Contador wears the Letras in cold weather training. One ...
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