EL LISSITZKY CYCLING CAP

£15.00

SKU: CA2105

In stock

The Stolen Goat El Lissitzky cycling cap is part of the Adventures with Art Tate capsule collection. It features a bold pink and black typographic design, from the title page in El Lissitzky’s Victory Over the Sun series.

Our cycling caps are designed to be worn underneath your helmet, offering extra protection from the sun on warmer days or as an extra layer of warmth on chillier rides. Lightweight, breathable and stretchy – our caps are a great accessory to add to your cycling wardrobe.

Check out the matching socks, bandido and cycling jersey – available in both men’s and women’s sizing.

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FEATURES

  • Lightweight
  • Breathable
  • Thin and comfortable
  • Quick-wicking
  • Elastic rear
  • Can be worn peak up or down
  • One size fits all
  • Designed for 3 season riding
  • Made in Italy

Description

Stolen Goat Adventures with Art Collection // El Lissitzky Cycling Cap

When the sun shines, the wind bites or the drizzle just won’t quit – the Stolen Goat cycling caps are a great addition to your kit to help you stay comfortable in all conditions.

Lightweight and breathable the cap offers protection from the sun’s rays without making you overheat. The peak is also ideal for keeping the drizzle out of your eyes on those slightly less glorious days. Whatever the weather, you can keep the good times rolling with top notch Stolen Goat kit and just the right accessories.

The El Lissitzky cap features the Title Page from El Lissitzky’s Victory Over the Sun series of lithographs. The series is based on the theme of puppets from a mechanical theatre, based on the futurist opera Victory Over the Sun.

ADVENTURES WITH ART

Stolen Goat have joined forces with Tate to create a capsule collection of cycling jerseys and accessories that blur the boundary between art and cycling. Inspiring the wearer to dare to be different. To be part of The Herd but not part of the crowd.