Prendas Ciclismo

INRNG Supporters Team Cotton Cap

Size Guide
Size Guide: Cotton Caps

All of our cotton caps are made in Italy and are a "one size fits all".
In reality, they fit the vast majority of people well but those above a 60cm will struggle.

It is also worth noting that although the cap itself can be machine washed (at 30 degrees), the peaks and ribbons of some caps are more delicate than others.

Therefore in Prendas` extensive experience, the longevity of cotton caps increases with careful hand washing in cold water with mild washing detergent used. The La Vie Claire caps in particular with the original 1980's Tyvek ribbon is only suitable for a cold hand wash only.

We have written a blog article about washing a cotton cycling cap to help you avoid a disaster!

This new/updated INRNG cotton cap design for 2016 is available in black with the four colours on the back of the jersey and is available in "One Size" that typically suits a 54-59cm head.

  • Updated design for 2016 to better match the INRNG jersey!
  • Donation to for every cap sold
  • Antibacterial band inside the cap
  • Made in Italy
  • Composition: 65% Polyester, 35% Cotton
Multisaver: This product is part of a multi-saver deal. Simply mix and match 4 or more items (from the same offer) and you'll get the better price!

We've been in the bike business for a while, and whilst blogs tend to come and go (the being an exception) a blog we have been keen readers of since it started back in Feb 2010 is the The Inner Ring (

At the time, was seen as the most important source of pro cycling information but since then with the tremendous growth of twitter and wordpress blogs, the Inner Ring has built a loyal readership of long term and knowledgeable supporters of the sport.

Whilst the Inner Ring is quick to point out that it doesn't take too much time to keep up and running, we are still amazed at the accuracy and the timeliness of the information contained on the blog and also on the highly informative twitter feed. Saying that - it still gives us a warm feeling when once a year he posts up his " I'm on holiday" notice.

If you didn't know, the name of the blog is because of the “inner” or “insider” connotations and also because “inner ring” means the smaller chainring on a bike in English.
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