There are only so many times you can watch Andy Hampsten win the 20th stage of the 1988 Giro D'Italia in a dark basement before riding outside becomes necessary. On days when the sun is out but low temperatures threaten your face with frost bite, slip on the Capo Balaclava and take to your training to the road. The Balaclava is woven into a single, seamless piece with Dryarn. This thin, stretchy material sits close to your head and neck without adding extra bulk under your helmet. When you find yourself heating up on a long climb, Dryarn moves moisture away from your skin so you don't end your ride cold and damp. The anti bacterial treatment throughout the yarn reduces bacterial growth so you still smell fresh after a few rides in it. The Capo Balaclava works best in temperatures ranging from 30 to 40 degrees F and comes in Black. It is available in one size.