In cooler conditions, you can lose up to 10% of your body heat through your head, and although a helmet provides the perfect protection for your skull, it certainly won’t keep the heat in and your head warm. That is why we have developed our very own Velochampion Skull Cap.
The thin fully fleece lined skull cap sits neatly under your helmet to prevent heat loss, additional warmth and designed with flatlock stitching it will prevent seams from irritating your head.
Weighing in at only 29grams (for size L-XL) this lightweight skull cap comes in 2 sizes to fit a range of head sizes and product tested to ensure ear and nape of neck warmth whilst cycling.
Here are some customer questions we have already have answered.
No, not at all the skull cap is 1mm thick so it will not muffle traffic noise when cycling in the skull cap.
Yes, although we advise it is best to wear in winter conditions between -5 to 10 degrees due to its inner fleece lining.
Yes, we have featured our reflective Velochampion logo on the side of the skull cap so if lights hit your head it will reflect in low light.
Of course. We have 2 sizes of skull cap.
|S/M||Up to 59cm|
|L/XL||56 – 62cm|
Good fit for my 59cm head - felt a bit tight on first use but has eased over the next 2/3 rides and now very comfortable. Works well down to 0 Celsius - haven't tried it any colder. Washes well. Can't really comment on durability other than it looks to be well made. Significant improvement on other (improvised) cold weather solutions e.g. old woolly hat. Very happy to recommend.
Excellent product, excellent service.
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From the likes of Mark Cavendish and Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck – Quick-Step) were announced last week to wet our appetite, but today announced was the full provisional (until 2nd September) rider list shown below.
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