Pearl Izumi Men’s Thermal Headband, Black, One

November 18, 2013 - Comment

P.R.O. Thermal with Minerale provides optimal warmth, moisture transfer and odor absorbance Ergonomic cut layers easily under a helmet Ponytail compatible Reflective elements for low–light visibility Product Features Read the care content label on the inside of your garment for specific instructions; use simple detergents with no additives. The headwear of choice when you need

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P.R.O. Thermal with Minerale provides optimal warmth, moisture transfer and odor absorbance Ergonomic cut layers easily under a helmet Ponytail compatible Reflective elements for low–light visibility

Product Features

  • Read the care content label on the inside of your garment for specific instructions; use simple detergents with no additives.
  • The headwear of choice when you need your ears covered but anything more is overkill.
  • Gear designed and constructed to fit perfectly to the body in motion. The perfect balance of anatomic fit, performance engineered materials and the personal interface between athlete and gear.
  • Our 4 core fabric technologies (Transfer, Barrier, Thermal and Softshell ) create a system that works to help you maintain the perfect temperature for the weather conditions and activity range day in and day out
  • Pearl Izumi product is built to last the lifetime of the garment, and this is how long we will stand behind it. Product purchased from an authorized dealer or retailer is fully warranted to the original owner against defects in materials and workmanship

Comments

Radelwurst says:

Good until about 40 degrees I figured with the “thermal” in the name it would be a bit thicker. After about 45 minutes in weather at 40 or below (about 6 rides so far with this), my ears/head get that pain that comes with being too cold. Still, for weather above 40 up to about 60 this is nice.

KRP says:

Thin, light, snug Unlike most other earwarmers, this is not a thick synthetic fleece. Instead, this material is more like thick compression shorts (think Under Armour HeatGear). Running or playing soccer in North Florida winters, it gets cold enough to make your ears hurt, but hats and even fleece earwarmers get too hot and sweaty. This keeps the wind off and holds just enough body heat to keep ears comfortable. And if you get warm enough to take it off, it is light and thin enough to quickly tuck into the waistband of your shorts and won’t fall out. Also, this product has a slightly thicker elastic band around the edge that helps it stay in place well, even during vigorous excercise. My only complaint is that it runs a bit smaller than I would like on my large (size 8-1/2) head.

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