For some reason, I like designing cycling caps. I think this is about the 20th. Here are a few of the highlights of this cap:
A good winter riding cap is one of the most important clothing items. Here are a few of the highlights of this cap:
- Ideal for temperatures from -5 to +50 degrees. The versatile design, described below, allows for this wide temperature management range.
- This is a limited edition design; when they’re gone, they’re gone. It’s my favorite RSC winter cap yet.
- The main part of the cap is a fantastic wool that’s thin enough to fit under your helmet, but think enough to keep your brain warm, well into the single digits.
- The wool keeps you warm even if it gets wet.
- The ear flaps are really thick and stretchy so they’ll keep your ears really warm. And you can flip the flaps up for when the sun comes out and the temperature rises above 40 degrees.
- The generous brim can help keep the winter out of your eyes, including wind, snow, sleet, slush, and tire spray from other cyclists out of your eyes.
- Includes a sweat-wicking forehead band.
- It flies the Studio colors: Blue, black, and coffee.
- Available in two sizes:
- S/M: Head: 21 1/4″ to 23 1/2″; Hat: 6 3/4 to 7 1/2
- M/L: Head: 23 1/2″ to 25″; Hat: 7 1/2 to 8
- Subtle branding makes this cap great on and off the bike. It’s the only winter cap I wear — except for the Ride Headquarters cap but that’s another story…
Sewn by Red Dots Studio, I think it’s their best work yet; there is no better cap available.
Let’s ride in the cold!