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Capo Thermo Roubaix Winter Cap $0.00
Keep a lid on it.
Throughout the warmer months, your cotton cycling cap is a staple piece, so why not extend that fashion while also keeping your head from freezing? Luckily, Capo asked itself the same question, and in asnwer, the Thermo Roubaix Winter Cap was born.
As its name implies, Capo's Thermo Roubaix Winter cap was constructed from the venerable Thermo Roubaix fabric. This material features a hollow-core microfiber composition that matches warmth with a maximum level of stretch. In fact, it also traps air in its loft for added insulation. The eight-panel construction creates a close, conforming fit that slips easily under your helmet. More importantly, though, its extended ear flaps block frigid wind and keep you riding long after your wimpy friends call it quits. Additionally, a brim keeps rain out of your eyes, while also helping to shield low-lying winter sun. Even better, these features lay flat under your helmet straps to eliminate bulk.
The Capo Thermo Roubaix Winter Cap is available in a one-size-fits-most size and in the colors Black, Red, and White. Please note that Capo recommends wearing this cap in climates as cold as 40 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Excellent for cold and crummy weather
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: one-size-fits-all
The Capo Roubaix cap provides great coverage from the neck and ears up to the head, and insulates well in temps ranging from low-30's to the low 50s (anything above ~55 and my scalp sweats bullets). The brim is bigger than ones on most cycling caps, which helps keep rain out of your eyes, and offers some protection from sun glare if you're riding w/o shades. The brim also has a big-lettered reflective logo on the upside, which enhances visibility to motorists in dark conditions. Lastly, the cap fits perfectly on my "Medium" 58cm head, which isn't always a given with one-size-fits-all caps...I would give this cap 5 stars if it was less bulky and took up less headspace under my helmet. Also, the big brim--which is great for shielding your face against rain--limits my field of vision when riding in the drops. Otherwise, this cap has solid construction and performs nicely in Fall and Winter weather.
This thing is warm! And it fits well, staying put even on my small noggin. The flap goes down the back of my neck pretty far, giving that plenty of coverage as well. The brim is pretty thick and kind of squishy, made of some sort of foam? Haven't found anywhere yet that actually says what it is. And I'm sure that once it sees the rain and snow, it'll soak up well and keep it off my face. As the title says, solid cap!