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PARIA X Team Trouble Black 5 PANEL CAP : £15.00 £11.00

5 Panel cap

  • 100% cotton twill
  • Nylon webbing stretch-fit strap with plastic clip fastener
  • Metal eyelets

 

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It's not about going fast. It's about going far.

We’ve collaborated with our boys in NL, Team trouble to bring you an unstructured black 5 panel cap with PARIA goodness

Trouble plaster Logo in burned orange with less than discreet Paria logo to the left hand side of this high quality five panel cap.

A lightweight cap which provides protection against the elements, this 5 panel cap provides you with a stitched brim, embroidered logo and eyelets and an adjustable buckle closure. A one-size for all fit helps us adjust to get the perfect sized cap- not too loose, not too tight – but still allowing maximum trouble to be caused.

At PARIA, we strive to work with artists and designers who are not necessarily native to the cycling design world, but understand the PARIA vibe. Paria is all about taking your riding seriously, but not yourself; push against the elitism within the sport and disrupt the road. We aim to take influences from outside the standard sphere of cycling kit design, and give them a spin on our cycling jerseys, cycling bib shorts, cycling jackets and cycling accessories. This ensures you stand out on the bike for all the right reasons, and should feel as comfortable on your velo as you do off. We want you to be able to finish your ride, no matter how long and feel like you could walk into a cafe and bar, order your post ride coffee or beer, and feel fine sat there in your cycling gear.

The unstructured black five-panel is a cornerstone of our off the bike range, which features tech fleece utility cycling hoodies and sweats,cycling inspired t-shirts, cycling caps, & stickers. With our off the bike apparel,  we aim to deliver functional casual clothing which can be worn when cycling, or when not; your call. The range takes inspiration from the world of cycling culture, bikes, general life on two wheels. Whether this be graphical or functional, you will see nods and more overt design statements linked to the velo.