- Profila Dry powered by Merino Wool and 37.5 active particle technology - Low profile design for easy layering
Get ready for winter with Bontrager's RXL Waterproof Softshell Shoe Covers. Shearling-backed Profila Stormshell fabric is windproof, waterproof, and offers great insulation to keep your toes warm. A waterproof zipper makes these booties easy to get on and off and reflective details increase your visibility on the road. These booties are compatible with any MTB cleat system.
The Summer Headband is an effective and easy way to keep burning sweat out of your eyes on hot summer days if you prefer to forgo a traditional cycling cap.
Stay warm and dry with the Thermal Arm Warmers. Pull on these warmers and confidently clip in for an enjoyable and comfortable cold-weather ride.
When temps start to drop, look to the Thermal Cycling Cap as an essential piece of cold weather cycling gear.
A must-have for any three-season cyclist, Bontrager's fleecy, wind-blocking thermal headband fits nicely under a helmet, and keeps your ears warm and toasty on cool weather rides.
Stay warm and dry with the Thermal Leg Warmers. Pull on these warmers and confidently clip in for an enjoyable and comfortable cold-weather ride.
Bontrager's Visibility Thermal Arm Warmers are the perfect take-along for changing weather. Made of thermal fabric for warmth and breathability, they have grippers inside and out to keep them in place, and they're small enough to easily roll up and tuck in a pocket or pack so you're always prepared. The left/right anatomical cut gives you a perfect fit, too. • Profila Thermal fabric is engineered to trap body heat and wick moisture, keeping you warm and dry • Anatomic left and right design • Soft, custom jacquard gripper with silicone print for a stay-put fit • Reflective elements enhance visibility for maximum safety • Fitted: Streamlined fit for all-around cycling performance
Enjoy cold rides a little bit more with the Windshell Skull Cap confidently keeping your head and ears warm while wicking chilling sweat away from your head.
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