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With subtle, yet reflective colour accent, Sportful's Giara cap could be the missing piece in your cycling wardrobe

£17.00
Score 9

An under-helmet, ponytail-compatible headband designed to keep your ears warm but your head sweat-free

£11.00
Score 10

We've been testing the Buff merino neckwarmer this winter. What are the advantages of the merino version over standard polyester?

£26.26
Score 8

The Hövding is an interesting product – it’s worn round the neck and is intended to replace a conventional bike helmet. Should you crash, the Hövding activates an airbag.…

£219.00
Score 7

The Buff Tour de France neck warmers offer stylish solutions for keeping your neck warm in cold weather, coming in a number of different stylised designs.

£18.00
Score 9

The Castelli Viva thermal cap offers decent insulation that is enough to keep you warm on all but the coldest winter rides, and rolls up nice and small too.

£19.00
Score 9

A cold head and ears can quickly ruin a winter ride, but fitting a warm hat under a helmet can be uncomfortable. This is where a skull cap such as…

£19.99
Score 8

Bridging the gap between the classic cotton cap and the more thicker Belgian style hats for hardcore rides in Arctic conditions, the brand new Rapha Pro Team Hat is designed…

£45.00
Score 8

The GripGrab Aviator Cap is a good under-helmet thermal layer, great for winter training

£29.95
Score 8

Make no mistake: Lusso’s Thermal under-helmet head-warmer is very, very warm. Ideal for when the weather really takes a turn for the worse, coverage is good and it works well…

£9.99
Score 8

Funkier's under-helmet thermal cap, designed to keep your noggin toastie on cold winter days

£14.99
Score 8