We tend to find ourselves donning a cycling cap on all of our rides, no matter the season or weather conditions. While they certainly have their place on cooler or rainy days, lately we've been reaching for our trusty cap to protect our domes from the sun's harmful rays through heavily vented helmets and to keep sweat out of our eyes when the pace ramps up. The Pearl Izumi Transfer Lite Cycling Cap has the looks of a classic cycling cap but leaves any cotton hat in the dust when moisture management is critical, thanks to its P. R. O. Transfer mesh construction. P. R. O. Transfer moves sweat quickly creating a cooling effect and it's super quick to dry. It also resists smelling like death so you don't offend the barista at the mid-ride stop. The bill provides just enough protection from the sun without hindering your line of sight while you're deep in the drops. BioViz reflective stripes illuminate when hit with light to help you be seen in dawn and dusk conditions.
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