Posts Tagged ‘caps’
To commemorate the premiere of Nelson Vails’ documentary, Cheetah, Cinelli made a run of limited edition caps, designed from the skinsuit he wore during the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics match sprint. A portion of the sales will go to support the documentary, so check out more and pick one up at Cinelli.
Photo by Jacob Rader
These came out so good!
“The Tracko “Not so” Winter Cap was designed by Adria Klora and constructed by Pace Sportswear, both located here in Sunny Southern California. We used Pace’s four panel design with the mini visor. We also opted for the KoolFit® Elastic Sweatband, instead of the traditional Euro-style cotton taping to actually keep the sweat out of your eyes when riding.”
Scoop one at Tracko.
Yonder Journal is American Field Studies, so it makes sense that they’ve sell made in the USA products, right? Correct. Luckily, Fairends makes caps in the USA. Swoop up one of these caps and their Western principles at Yonder Journal!
Yeah yeah yeah, blah blah blah, caps. Pick one up at Golden Saddle Cyclery!
What is it about these caps that keep people coming back for more? The design is amazing and they’re made in the USA. That’s good enough for me. Swoop up one of the first designs of the GSC for Intelli cap here!
I love my Leica M7 35mm rangefinder, I just wish I could afford more lenses for the damn thing! This red dot will make any photographer salivate in an awkward Pavlonian way. Maybe that’s why I just bought one of these Leica caps from Mash?
Alfred was one of the first bike messengers I saw in action in NYC that made me realize some people were born to ride a track bike. He’s fast and flows two steps ahead of traffic in any situation. Put him in the mix to race Monster Track and he’ll surprise you.
Check out Alfred’s cap at the Winged Store!
Hey, ten years is a big deal for a company. Period. So Cadence is continuing to celebrate their anniversary with more Decade goods. See the full line here.