$25.00 - $30.00
When the temperature drops, you’ll be glad to have Giro’s Ambient Skullcap. Its cozy thermal fleece construction uses a wind-stopping front panel for added warmth, and a durable water-resistant finish lets you clock your miles even when the rain starts to fall. Large flaps keep your ears toasty warm, and low-profile seams let this sweet skullcap fit under virtually any helmet comfortably.
Whenever the temperatures start to drop, slip Giro's Merino Winter Cap into your jersey pocket. It's made of Merino wool that breathes and keeps you warm whether it's dry or wet. This cap is also thin enough to fit under a helmet, has ear flaps that can be folded up or down depending on conditions, and comes with a reinforced brim to keep the rain and sun out of your eyes.
If you’re riding the Alpineduro, you’re probably looking for big adventures in rugged conditions. With the Alpineduro Rain Gaiters, you can now keep the adventures going even in the wettest weather conditions. The Alpineduro Rain Gaiters have a waterproof four-way stretch upper with a lace hook and a YKK locking zipper. Reflective details help keep you visible at night, and the heavy-duty belly strap keeps the gaiter in place.
Keeping your head warm is critical to staying comfortable in extreme cold, and the Balaclava does just that while offering versatility. The scuba-style hood fits under your helmet, and can adjust for full- or partial face coverage. Or convert it into a neck warmer, so as conditions change, you can keep going. The back of the hood even has a hidden slit for long-hair compatibility.
A simple cotton cycling cap is a stylish accessory that provides a bit of shade from the sun, cover from the wind and rain, a layer of insulation when it’s cool, and sweat-wicking when the heat rises. Giro's Classic Cotton Cap is thin enough to fit under helmets, with enough style to be worn off the bike too.
Giro's Merino Arm Warmers are a cycling essential through all four seasons, shrugging off the chill of early spring mornings and mild winter days with equal ease. Merino wool offers an incredible warmth to weight ratio, and a soft, stretchy fit without bulk, so you can stay toasty wearing these solo or layering them under your favorite jacket. Tubular weaving means seamless construction, so pure riding comfort is yours.
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