Castelli Classics Thermosuit
As low as $224.99 $299.99
The Castelli Classics Thermosuit is a warmer version of the top-end race Catelli Sanremo Speed Suit which was worn by Michal Kwiatkowski when he won the Sanremo Spring Classic. The Classics Thermosuit is just as aerodynamic and comfortable as the Sanremo. The main difference is the addition of a warming fleece on the inside of the main fabric and, on the outside, a water repellant finish which handles light rain and snow. Additionally, the rear panel is extra-long so a rider is shielded from water coming off the rear wheel. Made with short sleeves, the Classics Thermosuit provides a rider a cycling suit that can be worn in cold to temperate cooler weather; when it’s cold, start the ride/race with arm warmers and when the ride heats up, slip off the arm warmers and store them in one of the 3 rear pockets that are positioned for easy access. Castelli’s Progetto X2 air set pad provides top-level protection in both short fast races and endurance centuries. While the protection is there, the chamois pad nearly disappears while in the riding position thanks to years of research to find ways to design a seat pad ideal for the professional racer. The layer closest to skin is a soft, stretchy seamless layer that fights off bacteria. It adjusts to the changing pressures of a seat area against a saddle. The cushioning area has just the right thickness to provide protection in the most sensitive areas. The padding gradually thins out so a rider doesn’t have excess bulk getting in the way of comfort.
• Made for racing or fast training in cool and cold conditions • Upper portion in mid-weight Warmer X-Stretch brushed fabric with Nano Flex water-repellent finish • Lower portion in water-repellent thermal Nano Flex fleece with extra-long length • Aero panel construction like the Sanremo Speed Suit with front opening for easy on/off • 3 rear pockets • Reflective heat-transfer panels on back of leg • Progetto X2 air seat pad • WEIGHT: 366 (Large) • 2°-10°C / 35°-50°F Racing • 14°-18°C / 57°-64°F Training
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