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Tour de France

Tour de France

May 17, 2018

 For our 2015 Tour de France edition cycling caps we wanted to feature our favorite jerseys, the ultimate prize the maillot jaune, the powerful maillot vert, the iconic King of the Mountains and of course the lesser known lanterne rouge. 

This year's collection features a design inspired by the Russian textile artist Varvara Stepanova of the early 20th century, using triangles to represent the upward motion and the ever looming mountains of the Tour.

We decided to dye sublimate the caps, so that we could get a full range of color. They are printed on lightweight organic cotton, and like all our caps are made by hand in house. 

  

Maillot vert cycling cap

 




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Size Chart
Size  Head Circumference
OSFM 21.5"-23.75"
XS 21" and below
XL 24"+