I’m really good at making faces.
You might not think it if you just met me. Or maybe you would. In any case, my Mom hates it. Which makes me just do it more, until, finally unable to hold in her laughter, she’ll watch me contort my face with a mixture of disgust and amazement and say:
“You keep doing that and your face is permanently going to stay that way.”
She might be right. At least about crinkling my nose too much.
But I have friends who are looking out for me, clearly. Because while I never tend to wear my own cycling caps, I’m building up an interesting collection via friends. And they’re shielding my face and eyes from sun, wind, and crows feet. And for someone who habitually forgets to slather on the sunscreen, that’s love.
So when yesterday turned out to be one of the sunniest in weeks [Jason apparently schemed with the weather for months to make that happen - thanks!], I was grateful that I was wearing one. Well, I’ve been wearing this one for a few days now, and for good reason.
It’s the new Superb cycling cap.
Designed by both Jason and Croth, this hat is all about the details. The wallpaper background, when viewed from a few feet back, looks like innocent damask. But when you get close enough [to check out the person wearing it], you notice the bicycles and the subtle curves and flicks in the logo.
And then you get a little bit closer [because, please, anyone wearing this is guaranteed to be hot], and you see the underside of the brim. Teal or purple, it’s a hidden sort of hip; the kind you don’t need to flaunt for people to know you have it. But if you’re the one doing the attracting, well, it wouldn’t hurt to turn it up a notch and flip up that brim.
But no analysis of a potential mate is ever complete without a view from the back. And that’s when this hat really works to your advantage. With “Boston” emblazoned on the back, you’ll know where to find this hottie [or at least where to hang out to find such hotties]. And if you’re the one wearing it, even better. You can still give the sexy look over your shoulder and saunter away into the crowd; because, come on, anyone with decent game can take a hint and at least try to break the ice with banter about the Bosox.
Lucky for you, this hat dropped yesterday. Check it – and the rest of Superb – out.