Waterproof Helmet Cover

Discussion in 'Commuting' started by Plax, 24 Nov 2007.

  1. Plax

    Plax Veteran

    Has any one seen any kind of waterproof cover for a cycling helmet? I have seen this one;
    http://www.wiggle.co.uk/ProductDetail.aspx?Cat=cycle&ProdID=5360031429&N=Gore Helmet Cover II
    but I 'ain't paying £20 for one.

    The thought of perhaps trying out a shower cap had crossed my mind, albeit only briefly. I look enough of a muppet already.:sad:

    My Altura jacket doesn't have a hood, and I wouldn't like one as I fear it would restrict visability when looking over the shoulder/to the side etc. If it is chucking it down I usually put my thinsulate hat on under my helmet as it gives me some protection from a cold wet head which is nearly as bad as cold soggy feet.

    What do other people usually do - grin and bear it?
  2. Maz

    Maz Legendary Member

    Wet hair has never bothered me on my commute, tbh.
    How about a speedo swimming cap?!
  3. buggi

    buggi Bird Saviour

    you would look a knob in that. and a shower cap. stick with the wet hair mate and stop giving cyclists a bad name :sad:
  4. bonj2

    bonj2 Guest

    They only make things like that 'cos some people will buy anything.
  5. Tynan

    Tynan Veteran


    I' been usin one under the helmet and it's nice, not much of it to get wet wither and you get some nice extra around your neck and lower face if wanted
  6. Gaffer tape?
  7. gambatte

    gambatte Middle of the pack...

    S Yorks
    Bic razor and Nair, no probs with wet hair
  8. It's a good idea to keep you helmet waterproofed.Fnar fnar.
  9. mikeitup

    mikeitup Senior Member


    I have a very nice warm and waterproof Specialized skullcap.

    Works for me.

    Although I may order a buff when I get paid to stop me face getting cold :sad:
  10. OP

    Plax Veteran

    Yeah, I was looking at getting a buff actually. Might have to ask Santa for one for Christmas:biggrin:
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