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AssosAssosoires Winter Cap


Item # AAS00AU

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Item # AAS00AU

Assosoires Cap Winter

  • Keep your head warm on cold winter rides
  • Synthetic and natural yarns provide comfort and performance
  • Soft LanaProppy within the weave offers protection against the wind
  • Polypropylene fibers use moisture to cool and warm as needed
  • Double-layered in key areas for more protection without bulk
  • Fits easily under any helmet
  • RX medium softshell adds further insulation for the ears and on the rear of the cap

Tech Specs
Material[main] LanaPoppy (merino-polypropylene), [ears, rear] RX Medium
Recommended Useroad cycling
Manufacturer Warrantylimited


Head Circumference

18.9 - 20.9in

(48 - 53cm)

20.9 - 22.8in

(53 - 58cm)

22.8 - 24.8in

(58 - 63cm)

How to Measure:
Measure around your head where your hat would fit comfortably.

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 2

Not giving me $55 of warmth!

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
True to size

For cold cold days in the mid 20F range, I was looking for something warmer than my trusty old Gore Bike Wear Windstopper Beanie. Balaclavas tend to fog up my (prescription) glasses, so a warmer cap seemed my best option. The Assos name, its miracle fabrics, and the expensive price suggested this might be a lot warmer. When it arrived, the material didn't seem thicker than my Gore, whose brushed fleece interior makes me think it's the thermal version. I tried the Assos on a 25F day: it didn't do the job. Luckily, I had a Castelli "Thingy" in my jersey pocket. Donning that over the Assos kept me just warm enough, and the opening of the Thingy is large enough to keep my glasses from fogging. As the temp rose, I removed the Thingy, only to discover that the Assos' ear flaps don't fit snugly despite my head being large, and wind flows under them, which does not happen with the Gore. So back it goes. I ordered a new Gore Wear Thermo Windstopper Beanie and will bring the Thingy along as a backup.

>Rating: 5

Great Winter Hat

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
6` 4"
180 lbs

This is my second winter with this hat. It is absolutely amazing. Truly the best hat that I have ever worn for keeping me warm. I didn't plan to write this review, but I saw the two 1 star reviews and had to counter them. I have an 61 cm head (fairly substantial) and it fits perfectly. It also stretches so it could fit a head larger than mine.

>Rating: 1

Size matters

Runs small

Too small for even my 10year old 65lbs daughter. We have to return it. Its a super small size.

>Rating: 1

For tiny heads

Runs small

This cap is absolutely tiny. I wear a medium helmet and this won’t stretch enough to even start over my head

There’s several sizes depending on your head circumference, maybe try exchanging for a larger size?