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Pinarello Cycling Hats, Caps and Headbands

Founded in 1953, the Italian company Pinarello is today renowned for its passion for cycling and its cutting edge bikes . Combining performance with tradition, Pinarello's quality is second to none, as shown by the fact that they hold multiple Tour de France titles. It is no surprise that they apply the same quality and attention to detail to all of their accessories, including Pinarello cycling hats, caps and headbands.

Style and design

Pinarello cycling clothing and headwear is designed to be both practical and versatile. Their cycling hats, caps and headbands are stylish on and off the bike and bring a little of the history and glory of the Pinarello brand home to you. Wearing one of these out and about certainly marks you as a serious rider. Their hats and caps are hard wearing and resilient. They can be easily stuffed into your pocket or pannier when they're not being worn.

Pinarello cycling caps have a classic casquette design, fitting comfortably under your cycle helmet to provide additional protection and or warmth. They help to manage moisture, provide protection from the sun and deflect the wind, all the while paying homage to the great cyclists of the past, from a time when helmets were not used and caps were de rigueur.

Key features

Pinarello cycling hats, caps and headbands are designed to keep to keep the sun and wind from your head, allowing you to ride in comfort. They are made to be breathable and to absorb sweat.

The bill or visor on the cap is comprised of a thin material making it more flexible so it can flip up and down to provide shade and to keep the rain off your face. The back is elasticated to achieve the perfect fit.

In a variety of colours, they are made of 100% cotton and one size fits all. In the cooler winter months, Pinarello cycling hats, caps and headbands provide an extra layer to warm your head, without causing you to overheat.

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