Surly's Cycling Cap is their modern-yet-old-school take on a classic piece of riding wear. It's comfy in a huge range of temps and fights sweat and odor thanks to 100% wool construction. It works good, feels good, and looks good. What more could you want?
Hi, I'm the Surly Lightweight Neck Toob. You might remember me from such films as “It's Cold! Don't Forget Your Neck Toob!" and “Look At This Thing, It Came From a Sheep!" Right now you might be thinking, “But Surly, I already have a Neck Gaiter from you guys. Do I really need a Neck Toob?" And the answer is maybe. Unlike the existing Neck Gaiter, which is made of a light inner layer and a midweight outer layer, I'm made of two lightweight layers. For those days when it's too chilly to leave your face and neck exposed but not cold enough for the full-blown Gaiter, I try to provide a nice, moisture-wicking alternative. I'm sized to fit most necks, and I can be worn a bunch of different ways. Thanks for tuning in, we'll see you next time. Your Friend, The Surly Neck Toob
Surly Merino wool neck gaiter is the perfect weight for serious low-temperature use, as well as warmer temps without overheating. - Double-layer Merino wool adds extra warmth without bulk - One size fits most
A neck gaiter is a versatile piece of clothing. It can be worn in many different ways and assume many different uses. Wear it around your neck to keep the warm air in and the cold air out. Pull it up over your face when there is a biting wind. The options are limited only by your imagination, plus it’s wool so you know it’s going to do the trick keeping you warm. Our neck gaitor is, in fact, made of two layers of wool. The inner layer is light, the outer is midweight thus bolstering its warming, wicking and all-around-comfort-against-your-skin properties. One size fits most necks.
For warmth, comfort, and dependable moisture-wicking properties, the Surly Wool Beanie in black might be a good option. Here's why: - Made of lightweight merino wool - One size fits most - Fits under your helmet Still undecided? Check out these mind-blowing facts from my 4th-grade presentation about sheep. 1) Sheep are smart. They can recognize up to 50 different sheep faces. They can recognize human faces, too — maybe even yours. 2) Sheep have rectangular-shaped pupils that can see almost 360 degrees around them. They can even see what's behind them without turning their head. 3) There are over 900 breeds of sheep in the world. The Merino is a very popular breed, and its fine, soft wool is often used for clothing — for example, the Surly beanie. In closing, sheep are very interesting animals and their wool is a useful material. Take it from me, I passed the 4th grade.
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