Soft Merino wool keeps the wind out and moisture off your neck and face.
This merino liner provides ear coverage in chilly conditions, wicks moisture for added comfort, and fits well under your helmet.
45NRTH's Toaster Fork offers excellent head and neck coverage for winter riding. Stay toasty warm and comfortable with its double-layer merino wool construction, flat-lock stitching and three-piece crown that fits great under a helmet. And, the Toaster Fork has you covered with a long neck-drape for added protection on cold rides.
Gain eye and ear coverage with double-layer 100% merino wool. Flat-lock stitching makes for a comfortable fit under the helmet, and the flexible brim does not crease when crumpled into a pocket for storage. - Packable brim for stowage, double layer wool for moisture wicking and management, flat-lock stitching for comfort - 100% Merino Wool - Three-panel crown for optimal fit with a helmet.
For long cold days in the saddle, there’s the Stove Pipe windproof cycling cap. The longer cut provides plenty of ear, neck, and forehead coverage. Wool liner material wicks moisture away to keep you warm and dry. - Wind blocking panels - Wool lining for moisture wicking - Long cut protects ears, neck, and forehead - Integrated eyewear slots - 3-panel design fits perfectly under helmets
Protect your skin from the harshest of conditions with this technical wind-blocking balaclava. Featuring a merino wool-blend base fabric and flat-lock stitching, combined with a long neck-drape and wind-resistant nose/face coverage to keep you comfortable.
Built with a durable and wind-resistant 600D poly outer shell, Primaloft gold eco 100 gram insulation and knee-high construction, 45NRTH's Bergraven gaiters keep snow out of your boots and insulate your shins. A super durable aramid stretch panel on the medial side protects against contact with crank arms and chainrings. The toe hook mates up perfectly with both versions of the award-Winning Wölvhammer boot (sold separately) to ensure a secure fit in extreme winter riding conditions.
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