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LeedsblueLeedsblue Posts: 102
edited June 2009 in Road buying advice
Looking for a cotton head covering - but don't know what they are called. Pirate style with neck covering. You see a lot with the stars and stripes on them. Very light. I have one but it is a bit worn now.

Not for cycling (I use a helmet) but for indoor rowing as it is ideal to keep the sweat of my face and it does not keep me too warm.

Any links please

Cheers

John
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FCN is minimal as I don't see many bikes on the way to work

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  • FCE2007FCE2007 Posts: 906
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  • 4kicks4kicks Posts: 549
    tbh if you are rowing indoors with no-one watching you why not use good old fashioned headband. The fact youll look like an 80s tennis star wont matter and it wil be cooler than a bandana. Cheaper too
    Fitter....healthier....more productive.....
  • dinosaurdinosaur Posts: 86
    this is fairly piratey: http://www.prendas.co.uk/details.asp?ID=2162

    not in stock until next week though
  • toshmundtoshmund Posts: 390
    Go on e.bay and avoid paying the "Brand name surcharge" - I have been trawling through the headgear trying to find "one of those hats like the Chinese Revolutionary's used to wear" (Shop assistants actually understood...Jack Wolfskin Campanero a lovely one but being a tight northerner, I knew I could find cheaper! :lol: )

    Here in fact...my good deed for the day

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/NAVY-HEADBAND-SWE ... 7C294%3A50

    If you are unaware, if you link and find the "rainbow design" nice and colourful...there is a target audience, just in case you find them so comfortable you wear it outdoors. Stick to a nice neutral Navy/Black or White would be my suggestion...

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Flames-Black-Band ... 7C294%3A30



    or be down with the kids and have a "flamed bandana"
  • InfamousInfamous Posts: 1,130
    is it a parrot ?
  • toshmundtoshmund Posts: 390
    No, some lovely lady called Wendy Woo by the sound of it. Her own e.bay shop, I feel that I am nearly in the region of requiring commission for this... :lol:
  • LeedsblueLeedsblue Posts: 102
    Thanks all, bandanas was the word I was looking for.;

    Ordered a Bianchi retro cap from Prendas for now. The campag bandanas were nice but not £17.99 nice
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    FCN is minimal as I don't see many bikes on the way to work
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