We made the Coppi Cap for those that pedal against the forces of bad weather. Fat bike or base miles, chilly wind or light rain, counter the elements with our classic cool weather riding cap made from New Zealand Merino wool. The Coppi stays breathable yet warm when wet. Chapeau.
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Beanie fit with earflaps and a visor
Fit: Form Fit
Logo embroidery on center back flap Garment Weight (oz): 2.2 oz
Merino Hats and Scarves
Fiber Source: New ZealandWhere the fibers of this fabric are sourced.
Fabric Source: New ZealandWhere the fibers are knit or woven into this fabric.
Garment Source:United StatesWhere the fabric is assembled into this garment.
Disclosure: I received this hat from Ibex as a thank-you from a special promotion.
I would absolutely love this hat except for one issue- I have a size 7 7/8 hat size, and the one-size fits most goes to maybe a 7 1/2 or 7 3/8. So I can't quite pull the clever ear flaps over my ears, and the hat tends to ride up under my helmet.
I gave it to my friend who has a smaller hat size, and she raves abo
This is the best under-helmet layer I've worn for a number of reasons: it's super breathable, it is slim enough for your regular helmet, the brim keeps snow and rain out of your glasses, and it keeps you warm but not too hot. It wicks the moisture away so youre not swimming in your sweat if you're cranking or if the weather warms a bit. 100% bomber piece, a must have for year-round cyclists.
The operative word was 'thin', which someone used to describe the Coppi. I'm a furnace, and even my Meru's double-thickness around the forehead is too insulated for me to wear under my biking helmet for very long before getting over-warm. I can't even wear a hat in temps over about 45 because I'll sweat them out. So, thin was intriguing.
I wore my new Coppi snowshoeing in 25 degrees, even brea
Great IBEX wool flat stitching construction. Fits great under my Catlike helmet. Wool is doubled over the ears, blocks about 85% of the wind while remains breathable. Wore it in 30 degrees and was almost too warm... wore it in 20 degrees and it was just perfect for commuting. The cut is great, the brim is good... maybe could be a little longer? But I'm a brim kind of guy! Some may think it's
I plan to use this adorable cap for everything from casual wear to cycling and snowshoeing! It is very thin, so it will fit under my cycling helmet and won't get me too hot, which is the problem I have with most hats. I have a very small head, so it fits very well and covers my ears. I had my husband try it on to see if it fit him, and it did! His head would be on the medium/large side. He wa
This was a little too small to cover my ears completely (hat size 7 5/8), but it doesn't matter, as my husband loves it, and rarely lets me wear it. Obviously, it's a great cycling cap, and works beautifully under a helmet.
This is probably the nicest wool hat that easily fits under bicycle helmet. It's neither too thin nor too thick. It has a nice soft bill that doesn't cut in the forehead. It is breathable, soft and warm but not too warm so it can be worn around camp sites as well. It grips well too but not too hard so it doesn't leave nasty marks on skin.I wish it didn't stretch that much (it's rather elastic and
Works great under a helmet and in the cold and/or rain. A bit lighter than the Meru so I wear this down to about 35F and then switch to the Meru for 25-35F. Ibex doesn't carry anything that works under a helmet for colder temps than that.
I bought this hat for cold/wet weather commuting. It fits under a helmet very well and looks great. The ear flaps are the perfect size for me - my ears are quite small. The brim is short but holds the shape well, so I like it. Beautiful hat.
For me, the main drawback is that the stitching which connects the brim to the hat is very itchy and irritates my forehead. I wear the hat inside out to
Wonderful wool (I have a blue one; I wish that Ibex would offer the Coppi cap in more colors now...). The 'bill' is too small to be useful-- it really should be a tad longer to actually shade eyes/forehead. Also, if you have a 7.5 or larger head size, the cap is just not quite large enough. It needs to be sold in at least two different sizes.
I need to start by saying that this hat is almost perfect. My two nitpicks are that it does not come down past halfway on my ears so on the bike and wearing it casually, my ears get very cold. Also, the wool looks like it is starting to pill a little and I've only had it a few hats. It is extremely warm, very comfortable and other than the length of the ear flap it fits great. I have an tough head
Nice hat for cooler fall mornings. I would not use this for winter commuting. As mentioned above, I feel as though there is not adequate ear coverage and the bill is very short/soft. Perhaps a windproof panel on the front and ears for colder weather riding.