A cycling cap with the "crowd" haura pattern
This is a cap worn under a bicycle helmet that is decorated with a traditional pattern used on "haura" kimono jacket linings.
The pattern was painted by a 20th century artist who was influenced by the abstract paintings of Miro and Kandinsky.
The first thing you notice is the vivid colors, and if you look more closely, you will notice that there are many human faces and figures written on the surface.
The vivid and modern design peeking through the helmet will surely attract attention on public roads and in forests.
Of course, it is also ideal for cycling and other sports such as running.
Although the design is 100 years old, it goes well with today's fashion.
It is 100% cotton and one size fits all, so we hope you will wear it with your children and the whole family.
|Country of origin
|Kyoto Yuzen Dyeing
|Size: Free (elastic at the back allows for expansion and contraction) (サイズ：フリー (後方にゴムがついておりますので伸縮します)cm)
|*The exact distribution of patterns will varry depending on the product. Thank you for your understanding.
|1-2 weeks (if out of stock + 1-2 weeks)
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