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Keep your ears and forehead toasty when the temperature drops. With a wind resistant P.R.O. Barrier fabric front panel for added protection, thermal moisture-wicking sides, plus an ergonomically contoured cut, this cool weather headband fits comfortably under your helmet – even allowing for a ponytail.
- P.R.O. Barrier fabric panel on forehead provide lightweight wind protection and water resistance
- P.R.O. Thermal Dry fabric provides warmth with optimal moisture transfer, dry time and odor absorption
- Ergonomic fit layers easily under bike helmets
- Low profile ponytail port allows for long hair and does not interfere with helmet retention mechanisms
- Reflective elements for low–light visibility
Main Body: 90% polyester, 10% elastane Front: 100% polyester
Made in Vietnam
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