Mistral Rain Cap

(10 customer reviews)


A light cycling cap made with elastic, anti-rain TRITON fabric, to keep your head warm and dry in harsh weather.

The Mistral rain cap looks and feels like a “normal” cycling cap. The technical membrane material, is matte black and more importantly, it works: Your head will stay dry and the brim is wide enough to keep your eyes protected—the water just rolls straight off. Excellent breathability, and two large panels of 3M reflective keeps you visible. Our Logo colours graphic, neatly sublimated on the underside.

Simple. Perfect.


IF you ever squint and blink constantly to keep the water out of your eyes during a ride/race?  The mistral cap, shields your face from pelting droplets. Like a rain jacket for your head!  Warm, protected, stylish.

The peak can if worn down provide shade from sun or storms. If worn up for the hard man of Roubaix look or reverse can protect the neck from sun (the DeVlaeminck)


The Casquette from the year 3000.

Availability: In stock



Triton Fabric Technology

An advanced membrane fabric able to adapt to changes in ambient temperature thanks to their unique flexible membrane barrier technology.When the temperature is low, the membrane reduces permeability, helping to retain body heat. As the temperature inside the garment rises, the membrane’s pores open to allow accelerated vapor transfer. What this means for you is excellent weather protection in a wide temperature range. Heat kept in when needed, sweaty warm vapour released when needed.



Comfortable fit 53cm to 61cm head dia.

73% polyamide, 19% polyester, 8% elastane

Reviews (10)

10 reviews for Mistral Rain Cap

  1. Stephen Waldron (verified owner)

    Wore this today on my annual club St Stephens day Spin in the pouring rain and it didn’t disappoint it kept my head nice and dry and the peak did its job keeping the rain out of my eyes would highly recommend as always from Galibier

  2. Ian (verified owner)

    This is only cap I wear in the winter. Pair with a buff over the ears when it’s really cold. Keeps the head warm and dry. Looks great as well I wish there was a summer version

  3. Dave P

    Brought this at the cycle show last year (2018) and I love it. Gets a bit warm in the spring but for a winter cap its excellent. Keeps the rain off and is very comfortable. Way cheaper and better quality than similar products by a couple of other brands!!

  4. Meave Baxter

    Have to agree with all the above. I never thought I’d be seen dead wearing something like this but it keeps my hair dry and most of the rain off my glasses. Plus I love star wars

  5. Rob C (verified owner)

    Wore it when it rained this morning – fantastic! Doesn’t feel too hot and keeps rain off my glasses.
    The hat is very large – even on my 61cm head it can cover the tops of my ears if required – so it might not be a good fit if you’re a pin head!

  6. Colin Delderfield (verified owner)

    Possibly the perfect wet weather cap, Breathes super well and is brilliant at keeping my head dry. Good sized peak keeps the water out of the eyes, it’s been a very wet autumn. I’ve paired this with the Tourmalet II jacket and I think I’m sorted for the bad weather to come. Bring it on Winter!

  7. Jon Kingham (verified owner)

    Loved it- worn over three days in full Cumbrian downpour and kept head dry and lenses clear of the worst. Delivered in record time too. Does make you look a bit like you’re operating the death star though…

  8. Paul (verified owner)

    Comfortable cap and the material has a lot of stretch so whilst it fits snug on your head its never tight. Also means the peak never sticks into your head but it still never moves up or down without you wanting it to!

    Added bonus that it fits my massive head!

  9. matt.coxy (verified owner)

    I am yet to experience a massive downpour in this hat – but after a month of owning I’ve worn it in light rain a few times and it works great. I wear spectacles so bought this in the hope it would aid to keep my glasses dry, and it works great for that purpose.

  10. David Kemp (verified owner)

    I never thought I could be enthusiastic about a cap, but this is a winner. It’s both comfortable enough to wear when it’s not raining (I’ve worn it in long rides at 20 Celsius) but it’s also effective against the rain – and not just a passing shower, but also the road-flooding apocalyptic thunderstorm that hammers down when you’re miles from any shelter.
    It’s comfortable, the sweat band is absorbent, and it looks pretty good too. The peak is stiff enough to stay down on long descents, but soft enough to flip up out of the way and not dig into my head.

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