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Metamorphic

Cycling Cap - Metamorphic Right Side View
Cycling Cap - Metamorphic Left Side View
Cycling Cap - Metamorphic Back View
Cycling Cap - Metamorphic Right Side View
Cycling Cap - Metamorphic Left Side View
Cycling Cap - Metamorphic Back View

Metamorphic Cycling Cap

Regular price$29.00
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The perfect choice for those who want a perspiration wicking cap with the added protection of a visor. C-Dry fabric has been engineered to effectively pull moisture away from the body, speeding evaporation and body temperature cooling.

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Metamorphic Cycling Cap

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THIS ITEM IS MADE-TO-ORDER
Made-to-Order items are individually manufactured for you upon ordering. They will be shipped separately from other items you purchase and will be delivered in
18 - 24 DAYS from the date ordered.


The perfect choice for those who want a perspiration wicking cap with the added protection of a visor. C-Dry fabric has been engineered to effectively pull moisture away from the body, speeding evaporation and body temperature cooling.


Bikes Etc"We found the clever-yet-simple design employed in the look of this cap really appealing. It manages to capture something of cycling's rich heritage while being utterly modern at the same time. Made from a highly breathable, fast-wicking polyester fabric called C-Dry, it's a comfortable fit, thanks to its elasticated hem, while its integrated headband protects your eyes from any stinging brow sweat." 


SPECS

  • C-Dry wicking fabric 
  • Built in headband
  • No-crumple visor (machine washable)  
  • Elastic stretch fit 

Meet THE DESIGNER

Design Inspiration
Ryan White

I visited Marble and the Crystal Mill last summer while on a mountain bike trip to Carbondale and Aspen. I rode out to the Crystal Mill and walked around the old processing site in the middle of the town where huge Marble blocks still sit as an homage to the history of the town. Marble is known for the “Yule” Marble as it’s known due to the quarry’s proximity to Yule Creek. The marble was discovered in the 1870’s and the town incorporated in 1899 when the quarry began exporting large amounts of marble.


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