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Old 02-22-2007   #11
Golden, Colorado
Join Date: Apr 2004
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My skull cap is very thin, maybe 1 mm neoprene or less. It has a neoprene side and a fuzzy side. The only way I can get my helmet on is to put the cap on inside-out so the fuzzy stuff is outside. Then the helmet slides over the fuzzy stuff. It is definitely tight. If I try to put it on with the neoprene side out then it grips on the inside of the helmet and I can't get the helmet on.

It is thin but makes a huge difference in how warm I stay.

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