A temperature-regulating cycling cap for cold days!
You know it: When you start riding, you are still cold, after the first start you sweat. The climb out of the sea of fog into the winter sun is exhausting and sweaty, even with the handbrake on. But as you roll across the plateau, you're already shivering. So get dressed, get undressed, get dressed, ... and so on, and so on. So, "Why isn't there a garment that allows so much air circulation that I don't start sweating right away, and on another occasion, keeps out so much airstream that I don't start shivering right away?"
There is! 7mesh, with their wealth of outdoor experience, have developed their own fabric that keeps body heat in and wind out, while allowing a minimum amount of air circulation, which makes for a comfortable body climate. They call it WTV: Wind, Thermal, Ventilation. It works thanks to a tightly woven outer fabric and an airy, fluffy interior that keeps the warmth with you but allows vapor to escape and fresh air in through clever construction. Although the exact construction details aren't revealed: It works incredibly well in the temperature spectrum of about 0°C - 10°C. The closer to the body, the better. We at VELETAGE have tested it. And are convinced!
This material is now in cooperation with Ciele, the Canadian specialist for functional caps, processed into a cycling cap, which keeps your head warm even in the lowest temperatures, but protects against overheating and heat accumulation under the helmet.