Water resistance you can see.
Rain falls evenly on every cyclist, whether you're a Lycra-clad roadie, a 'cross enthusiast, a fierce downhiller, an unassuming commuter, or — like most of us — a spectacular mix of identities. Regardless of your cycling persuasion, Louis Garneau's all new H2-Cover offers the rain protection that well-ventilated but otherwise well-meaning helmets simply can't.
The H2-Cover's construction is as singular as its purpose: polyurethane-coated, water-resistant spandex that easily accommodates virtually every standard-shaped helmet. (Pronounced aerodynamic helmets probably need not apply.) The cover also has a reflective logo on the side, which seem comically unnecessary given that the whole thing is what Louis Garneau calls, in a bit of understatement, Bright Yellow. We're pretty sure this thing is visible from orbit.
The Louis Garneau H2-Cover is available in Bright Yellow in three sizes: Small/medium, Medium/large, or Large/x-large.