Check out the latest review of Walz Caps — including our Build-a-Cap Technical Cap, the Dodge Fast Cap, and our super-popular Velo/City cap — from Locked In... They confirm what we always knew: there are a ton of options for cycling caps out there... but "You get what you pay for!"
"As a mother of a boy, they don’t have as many accessories as girls do. They don’t have bows and headbands but they do have caps. Noah has been wearing hats since he was a baby. I think that caps on babies and kids is so cute. I think it gives them a sense of style. It also keeps their heads warm.
One of my favorite memories is when Noah and my brother in law had matching caps. Noah wasn’t able to see though. It can be hard to find caps that fits your child’s head. It’s important that they can see where they are going while wearing it. It’s cute to wear a big hat, think Fievel from American Tail, but it’s not quite practical. While there are kids’ caps, not all of them are good quality nor are they cute. I have seen some ugly kids caps in the past. An excellent quality stylish cap can be hard to find."
Read the full review of the Walz-Brand "Buckaroo" Kids Cap here.
From September 2, 2015: "Caps emblazoned with 'Brooklyn' have spread globally. Surprisingly, those ubiquitous hats, made by the bike company Giordana, are products of Italy. Brooklyn Gum, an Italian brand, sponsored a racing team (now defunct) in the 1970s. And now that the borough is equated with artisanal mayonnaise and all things cool, the caps have proliferated like an invasive species."