Oakley Painter Cycling Cap
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Oakley Painter Cap
Keep the glare of the sun out of your eyes and the heat of the sun off your head with this stylish Oakley Cycling Painter Cap. Made from a lightweight and breathable fabric, the Cycling Painter Cap slips easily under your cycling helmet and ensures sweat doesn't run into your eyes while also providing protection from the sun's rays. Lightweight stretch fabric. Breathable. 77% Polyester, 23% Elastane (Spandex).
|Painter Cycling Cap Specification|
|Colour||Black, White, Yellow|
As far as I'm aware this product is currently out of stock - however it was originally for sale at Wiggle. Below are their current UK delivery costs:
Standard Delivery (Hermes or Yodel - within 4 working days) FREE for items over £20 and £2.99 for items under £20. Priority 1st Class Delivery (within 2 working days) £3.99. UK Next Day £4.99. UK Bulk Orders (Bikes, Turbo Trainers etc) FREE - Built and despatched in 10 - 12 working days. There may be an extra charge for Highlands and Islands. Full details on Wiggle's P&P charges can be found here.
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Oakley are one of the world's most iconic sports brands, primarily associated with their legendary sunglasses ranges, but also known for sports apparel such as clothing and bags. Founded in 1975 by James Jannard (with just $300 in his back pocket), the company was born - named after his dog Oakley Ann. Their first product was a set of motorcycles grips, manufactured using the trademarked Unobtanium material. Quickly expanding, Jannard increased Oakley's range to include number plates, elbow guards, gloves and then goggles. This was the first set of eyewear by the company, christened the O-Frame, and featuring a prominent Oakley logo on the strapping. Their first actual sunglasses were the 1984 sports related Factory Pilot Eyeshades, which were followed in 1985 by the casual Frogskin. To this day, Oakley supply many of the world's top cyclists, with their products aimed at the high-end of the market in both casual and sports eyewear.
To read more about Oakley you can view their Wikipedia page, or visit their homepage.