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Congdon Signature Cycling Cap


You can see traces of her process at first glance when you look at Lisa Congdon's hand-drawn design highlighted in our collection. The meditative quality of the circle and half-circles radiating outwards on the page call forth the same type of process that cycling facilitates.

Traditional patterning and high-touch details give this cap a classic look with a refined fit and finish. An Italian cotton-poly woven fabric gives a bit of protection while breathing well.

    • Italian milled cotton-poly woven fabric
    • Flexible brim is designed to fit perfectly with a helmet, without limiting your view of the road
    • Reflective logos and trim details for refined look
    • High quality microfiber headband
  • Fabric: 65% Polyester / 35% Cotton
    Made in: Italy

  • Caring for your cycling gear properly will extend its life and maintain its performance, fit and quality. It’s important to consider these instructions carefully. While we stand behind the quality of our apparel, not adhering to these instructions will void our warranty against manufacturing & defects.

    We strongly recommend washing your new gear before wearing it. You’ll find that your apparel will soften, and fit & comfort will improve after washing - especially with bibs & shorts.

    Machine wash cool, 86°F (30°C) with like colors: Cooler temps maintain better longevity for your apparel. Like colors, especially lights, will remain more vibrant when washed with like colors.

    Use mild detergent. Do not bleach or dry clean: Strong detergents & bleach can break down the fibers and elastane in the garment, dramatically reducing its life.

    Close all fastenings: this goes also for other garments mixed in with your cycling apparel. Velcro closures or clasps can catch on stitching or trim and damage your garments.

    Lay flat to dry. Do not tumble dry: Do not put your cycling apparel in the dryer. Even on low heat. Don’t do it. Heat can damage fabric, elastic and heat transfer logos very easily. Lycra (Elastane) is used throughout our garments to provide compression and support and is susceptible to damage from heat and can irreparably damage your apparel.

Lisa Congdon in the Signature Cycling Cap bearing her design