Hey i was reading Ken Kifer's site and read this:
"In my area, there are frequently little clouds of insects that I bicycle through. I had a great deal of trouble with them getting into my eyes, sometimes painfully. I tried sunglasses, but the air flow around them allowed the bugs to get in my eyes just as bad. My current method is to use the brim of my cycling cap. By adjusting the cap, I can get the flow of air to miss my eyes. The same brim is effective at blocking the light of cars at night and the sun during the day. I know the cap works well because I haven't had a painful eye experience in years."
Is this true? Do cycling caps work like this....? And also are all brims of all cycling caps adjustable? Any really good and affordable no name black caps out there that you guys have experience with? (I don't like cycling around with all this advertising all over me, i don't mind little logos though).
I always wondered why people wore them as they did look a little daft.. ;)