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    Hiver Winter Cycling Cap

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    The Hiver Cycling Cap is the most comfortable and snug cycling cap you will ever wear! It's the first cap in our collection with a fleeced fabric for extra insulation in winter climates and harsher conditions. Designed to wear under your helmet and to be incredibly soft and comfortable, our Hiver winter cycling cap will be your best companion on the road during winter.

    An essential for a lot of cyclists, a cycling cap shields your eyes from rain, sun and let's be honest: sweat. It's also a great accessory to make a statement.


    - 'Belgian flag' tag and Peloton de Paris embroidered on the vizor

    - Moisture-wicking and insulating

    - One size fits most

    - Material: 100% polyamide (Nylon)

        Peloton de Paris apparel is tailored for an athletic fit. When trying on your new kit, bear in mind that we specifically design our garments for comfort and performance on the bike and a streamlined look. Have a look at our size guide to find your fit.

        Shipping rates: BENELUX: €4,95 | EU, UK & USA: €15 | rest of the world: €25 

        Free shipping from: BENELUX: €50 | EU, UK & USA: €100 | rest of the world: €200 

        We aim to ship your order within 48 hours after purchase, except during weekends. 

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        We’ve created an easy returns platform* so that you can order worry-free. Not completely satisfied? Return your purchase within 30 days for a full refund. Your item must be unused and in the same saleable condition that you received it: unwashed, complete with all original tags and in the original packaging.


        *Fees apply. Click here to read more about returns.

        "For our range of accessories, fun and functionality are our focus points. Every item we design needs to add comfort on the bike while it makes you look good off the bike during your coffee break."