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Warm Wooly Cycling Caps Just in Time for Winter November 12 2016

We now have in stock a limited number of these fantastic all-wool Chuey Brand cycling caps  with ear flaps. Each one is different and most fit medium/large heads, a couple for smaller heads. Call us for details on colors and sizes. Stay warm and stay content knowing that these are made in the USA (San Francisco) by former Philadelphia resident, Chuey!

We also have wool balaclavas and headbands from Smartwool. Both come in black and both are one size fits most.

And for the kiddos, we still have a handful of Rebourne balaclavas left. They're made right here in Philadelphia from upcycled wool sweaters. Call the shop for details on colors and sizes available.

 

 

 

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Ways to Keep Warm This Winter December 11 2015

1. Sit a little closer to the fire  2. Wear a Snuggie 3. Shot of whiskey 4. Perpetual bear hug. Those certainly are four ways to keep warm but not so practical when you're on your bike. For those really cold, windy days Smartwool's NTS (that stands for Next-To-Skin) Mid 250 Balaclava will keep your face from freezing off. For well above 32 degrees F but still a chill in the air try a Smartwool NTS Micro 150 Neck Gaiter. It's 100% Merino wool and versatile; you can stretch it up over your head or over your mouth should the temperature take a sudden dip (we also have it in a pale grey stripe, not pictured.) Don't need full coverage? Keep ears protected with the Smartwool NTS Mid 250 Reversible Headband. And for keeping fingers from going numb we like Craft Sportswear's Hybrid Weather Glove. It's a full finger glove with a little pocket that stashes a wind blocking cover when needed. Plus it's extra grippy so that shot glass won't fall through your fingers.