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  • Giro - Merino Winter Cap - Black
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  • Giro - Merino Winter Cap - Black
  • Giro - Merino Winter Cap - Charcoal
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Giro Merino Winter Cap

$44.95

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    • Black, L/XL
      $44.95
    • Black, S/M
      $44.95
    • Charcoal, L/XL
      $44.95
    • Heather Red/Black, L/XL
      $44.95
    • Heather Red/Black, S/M
      $44.95
    4.553

    3 Reviews

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    Classy package.

    On or off the bike, the Giro Merino Wool Cap is a cyclist’s staple. The wool cap insulates to keep your head warm, but the X-Static liner breathes well and wicks moisture away from your skin. It’s substantial enough to wear alone off the bike, and thin enough to wear under your helmet for a little extra warmth. Merino also fights odor, so it won’t stink, even after sweaty rides. Giro also added ear flaps that fold up or down for added protection and a short, reinforced brim to keep rain and sun out of your eyes.

    • Item #GIR009B

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [face fabric] merino wool blend, [lining] X-Static
    Recommended Use
    cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Winter staple

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    In the past I've ran a merino beanie over a standard cycling cap and I was looking to replace that 'system' with something better. The Giro cap fit the bill (no puns). Everything about this cap is top notch from the fit to the material quality. I'm looking forward to using this cap over the coming winter.

    Unanswered Question

    How do you know what size to get? I wear a 7 1/8 - 7 1/4 in New Era fitted hats, if that helps for any bit of reference.
    Thanks