Four-sentence review: Walz caps

Embroidered for your reading enjoyment

Embroidered for your reading enjoyment

My Walz cap ($25) fits snuggly under my helmet and doesn’t look ridiculous when I’m not on a bicycle; in the above picture, I believe I’m in a car en route to the drive-in theatre and wishing we had cycled there instead.  Its soft bill can be flipped up or curved (pictured) which accommodates different helmet styles without radically altering the helmet’s position on your head.  I chose a thin cotton material but wool and winter-specific styles are also available, all of which can be personalized with stupid song lyrics (pictured), team/company logos, or tawdry images meant to elicit shock and/or awe from your immature friends.  Best of all, the caps are hand-sewn in America by a real person who I assume loves making hats, cycling, or some combination of the two.

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