80g

Cappello Sahariano RaidLight

80g

Cappello Sahariano RaidLight

80g

Cappello Sahariano RaidLight

Cappello Sahariano RaidLight

Rif : GLJMC16__1000TU

Prezzo normale 29,90€
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Cappello Sahariano per una protezione solare aggiuntiva per tutte le attività all'aperto e al sole.

Fornisce una protezione ottimale contro il sole con un trattamento UV aggiuntivo. I pannelli di ventilazione consentono la fuoriuscita del calore e l'inserto Sahariano removibile protegge la nuca.

Costruito con tessuti UPF50, il Cappello Sahariano, come suggerisce il nome..., è stato sviluppato per le gare nel deserto come la Marathon des Sables, 4 Deserts ecc. Una grande visiera aiuta a creare ombra per il viso, e il "Sahara" o "legionari", l'inserto di protezione della nuca è regolabile e può essere fissato anche sulla visiera per donare una massima protezione. Parzialmente per coprire solo le orecchie o completamente rimovibile per l'uso come un normale berretto


- Traspirante

- Protezione solare, UPF 50

- Regolazione della dimensione tramite il cordino elasticizzato

- Protezione della nuca multi posizione e rimovibile


- 100% poliestere

Customer Reviews

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Christophe Neveu
Good sun protection

I have been satisfied with this cap. It does a good job keeping the sun away. The previous version's flaps were a bit too large to my liking though.

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John Fitzwalter
Does the job

It's a peaked cap - simple, well-built, does the job. The neck flap on this version is bigger than the Mk1. I'm still not sure whether it was a good idea. Outside of full-on desert conditions, having the flap covering the sides is overkill. However, the velcro attachment allows for various options, which is good.

The little pocket at the back baffles me. What's it for? There's a little icon which seems to show a mobile phone. Or am I mistaken?

The build quality is good, as one would expect from a cap that costs 25 euros.

However, here's the big negative point: It's made in China. Raidlight is a French company. It should make its products in France. If production costs in France are so astronomically high as to bankrupt the company, it could always find a factory in Romania, or Moldova, or Ukraine. Or at least India. We've had enough of stuff made in countries ruled by dictators. Allez, didn't your president say "Il faut être autonomes."? Then be patriotic and make your items in France.

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John Fitzwalter
Does the job

It's a peaked cap - simple, well-built, does the job. The neck flap on this version is bigger than the Mk1. I'm still not sure whether it was a good idea. Outside of full-on desert conditions, having the flap covering the sides is overkill. However, the velcro attachment allows for various options, which is good.

The little pocket at the back baffles me. What's it for? There's a little icon which seems to show a mobile phone. Or am I mistaken?

The build quality is good, as one would expect from a cap that costs 25 euros.

However, here's the big negative point: It's made in China. Raidlight is a French company. It should make its products in France. If production costs in France are so astronomically high as to bankrupt the company, it could always find a factory in Romania, or Moldova, or Ukraine. Or at least India. We've had enough of stuff made in countries ruled by dictators. Allez, didn't your president say "Il faut être autonomes."? Then be patriotic and make your items in France.

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John Fitzwalter
Does the job

It's a peaked cap - simple, well-built, does the job. The neck flap on this version is bigger than the Mk1. I'm still not sure whether it was a good idea. Outside of full-on desert conditions, having the flap covering the sides is overkill. However, the velcro attachment allows for various options, which is good.

The little pocket at the back baffles me. What's it for? There's a little icon which seems to show a mobile phone. Or am I mistaken?

The build quality is good, as one would expect from a cap that costs 25 euros.

However, here's the big negative point: It's made in China. Raidlight is a French company. It should make its products in France. If production costs in France are so astronomically high as to bankrupt the company, it could always find a factory in Romania, or Moldova, or Ukraine. Or at least India. We've had enough of stuff made in countries ruled by dictators. Allez, didn't your president say ""Il faut être autonomes.""? Then be patriotic and make your items in France.

J
John Fitzwalter
Does the job

It's a peaked cap - simple, well-built, does the job. The neck flap on this version is bigger than the Mk1. I'm still not sure whether it was a good idea. Outside of full-on desert conditions, having the flap covering the sides is overkill. However, the velcro attachment allows for various options, which is good.

The little pocket at the back baffles me. What's it for? There's a little icon which seems to show a mobile phone. Or am I mistaken?

The build quality is good, as one would expect from a cap that costs 25 euros.

However, here's the big negative point: It's made in China. Raidlight is a French company. It should make its products in France. If production costs in France are so astronomically high as to bankrupt the company, it could always find a factory in Romania, or Moldova, or Ukraine. Or at least India. We've had enough of stuff made in countries ruled by dictators. Allez, didn't your president say """"""""Il faut être autonomes.""""""""? Then be patriotic and make your items in France.