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JET CAP
JET CAP
JET CAP
JET CAP
JET CAP
JET CAP
JET CAP

narifuri

JET CAP

$29.00

Color:
ARMY
BLACK
NAVY
Size:
FREE
FREE

Product number: NF9034

Cycling caps that repurpose materials used in clothing and leftover military deadstock fabrics

This product was developed from a sustainable perspective.

Narifuri's classic cycling cap, A new cycle cap that uses materials used in clothing and leftover military deadstock fabric.
The black and khaki are made with an original functional mesh material that is also used for cycle jerseys, with excellent sweat absorption, quick drying, antibacterial and deodorizing properties, and high breathability. The
army uses a camouflage pattern mesh material that was used in actual military wear.
Reflector name on the back.
Suitable for both cycling and casual scenes.
One size fits all, so anyone can wear it.
Reasonable and perfect for gifts.


Material: BLACK, KHAKI/POLYESTER 100%, ARMY/NYLON 100%
Sweatproof: POLYESTER 100%

MADE IN JAPAN


Size: FREE
Available up to about 61cm

*This product will be delivered by Click Post of Japan Post, so you can specify the date and time. I can't. note that.



What is narifuri? A fashion brand that combines a design that blends into the surroundings.
We are creating a new sense of value: "appearance = nari" and "behavior = furi."

・“Casual” that can be worn freely in any scene as a city riding uniform
・A rule that highly combines good tailoring suitable for business with functionality and durability that can withstand riding "Business"
, which supports creative business styles that are not bound by trends, offers a collection that is suitable not only for city riding but also for long rides, and hybrid cycle wear that mixes the functionality and design necessary for transportation. "Active"

These three lines are the pillars of narifuri.