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2015 Cycling Cap Hat Koru Battlefront Wholesale

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2015 Cycling Cap Hat Koru Battlefront
Designed with 3-Panel dome traditional visor
60CM Cap Circumstance
4CM elastic on band for snug fit
One Size Fits All
W158 Polyester
Breathable, Moisture-wicking, Anti-sunburn
Light-weight, Soft, Stretch, Thin

AttentionOne size fits all
Works great under helmet
Flexible visor is great for sun protection

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Cycling Cap Under Helmet Wholesale

The cycling cap hat works great under the helmet to keep off the sun that comes through the vents and shades the eyes. One size but fits most cyclists with elastic string band on back. Very good hat that worth the money. You could have custom cycling caps service with MOQ30.

Cap Measurement

1. Cap Visor: 5.5CM
2. Cap Width: 25CM
3. Cap Height: 16 CM
4. Cap Circumference: 60CM (There is elastic string on the cap back)

* Remark
The figure of the cap is measured by hand. There may be some allowable error (1-2CM). If you are not sure about the size, you could contact our online service.

General Knowledge: The average head circumference of the female is between 56CM and 60CM.
The average head circumference of the male is between 57-61 CM.

Measure circumference of head just above top of ears, as shown. Wrap tape gently around head making certain tape lies midway on your occipital bone (that little bump in the middle of the back of
your head). *Don't pull the tape too tightly or your hat will fit that tightly. Measure 2 or 3 times to be accurate.

Monton Cycling Cap measurement
2015 Cycling Cap Hat Koru Battlefront Wholesale
2015 Cycling Cap Hat Koru Battlefront Wholesale

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Great fitting cap Review by David Machowski
Awesome cap. Great Fitting. (Posted on 12/20/2015)

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