Castelli Pro Thermal Head Thingy (Brilliant Pink)

Castelli Pro Thermal Head Thingy (Brilliant Pink)

4520573-288-UNI

Regular priceRs. 1,999
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🚚 Delivery Estimated between 21 June and 26 June.


Description

The Castelli Pro Thermal Women’s Head Thingy is a versatile cold-weather head warmer that can be used as a cycling cap, bandana, facemask, or neck warmer. Thermoflex fabric is used for an optimal combination of warmth, stretch, and comfort. The Pro Thermal Head Thingy features a helmet-compatible design which allows for a perfect fit underneath a helmet by using reduced seaming and thin fabrics.

Features
  • Thermoflex material offers warmth, comfort, and flexibility

  • Can be worn as a neck warmer, bandana, or hat

  • Printmaking

Specification
Material  -
Gender Women
Type Tube

 

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Suresh Ramachandran
Thingy for Light Winters & Indoor cycling during winters

This is showcased as thingy for women but thingy have universal sizes. I brought it for my use(male). As far as colors are concerned, as a cyclist I feel if you get apparel in the preferred make & size at a good price, having a color preference is asking for too much. I brought this to utilize while cycling indoors during Winters in Northern India. I wore it on my head & neck while wearing normal summer bibs & jersey. You can get pretty sweaty & the chill in the air can cause you to catch cold. So this has seemed to do the job to wick the moisture while not letting the chill hit the head or neck. It can be feel slightly prickly initially but it gets normal as you wear it 2 or 3 times. I am yet to try it outside but I am sure we can't use it in full blown winters in Dec/Jan but in light winters during its onset(Oct/Nov) & departure(Feb/Mar)

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