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Neoshell Rain Beanie

4 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $29.99 Original price: $49.99
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Neoshell Rain Beanie

With the latest technology in waterproofing, Polartec NeoShell, this beanie keeps your head completely dry even in the heaviest of downpours but is plenty breathable to all but eliminate the dreadful "clamminess" that can come with waterproof beanies.

Fully taped seams prevent water intrusion, keeping you dry and protecte

61% nylon, 31% polyester, 8% polyurethane
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 2 years
cycling, mountain biking

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4 based on 1 ratings

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4 out of 5 stars

March 12, 2024

A few minor adjustments and this is a pe

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:

I wore it again today. Whenever I dont need a baclava I wear this. It may b with another thermal cap or if it's 35° to 55° I wear this solo. I don't like that it sits 1/2 way down on my ears. It should be above or down to cover the entire ear 👂. It should b one or the other. I usually wear it above and hav yet another item resting on my ears. Sunglasses 😎 or goggles are enough I dont need other things resting on my ears. I feels wierd and after 50 or so miles it starts to get irritating. I like that its wind proof and its thin. I did mod the brow area because I like (in cold weather) to have my skullcap riding on my eyebrows to cut out forehead freeze. Most caps including this one is round so to pull this down to my brows the sides tend to get into my eye sockets and mades it very hard to blink. Sounds wierd but true. None of this would be a problem if I didn't have thick gloves on so I could adjust everything. But with gloves on what ever I put in before my ride stays in position or (in this cas) actually falls down to my eyes 👀. The way I correct that is to get needle & thread and put one stitch in the skullcap just above the edge of my eyes to pull/keep the skullcap from riding down into my eyes 👀. Its very simple and effective. Why doesn't makers of skullcaps relize this and make the caps straight across tje forehead. Believe me its more comfortable that way. But…

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