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!
New for this season, this accurate reproduction of the 1990's Toshiba team cycling cap was worn by team leaders Jean-François Bernard, a young Laurent Jalabert and also Tony Rominger.
After the team clothing was changed from the Mondrian-inspired design of the La Vie Claire team to this version, which we feel is reminiscent of World War I dazzle camouflage, it was always going to split opinion due to its controversial new look.
However, compared to some of the cluttered modern jerseys of today, it now looks pleasantly simplistic offering a striking design that also looks authentic.