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B924-24-001-EX Expresso Sanremo-24 Bottom Vanity Base -25%

Madeli B924-24-001-EX Expresso Sanremo-24 Bottom Vanity Base. Bathroom Vanities > Single Basin. Madeli Bottom Vanity Base, Sanremo-24 Collection, 23-7/8" x 14" x 32-1/4", Handles: Stainless Steel Finish, Handles Included, Faucets and Drains Not Inclu

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B943-32-001-EX Expresso Sanremo-32 Bottom Vanity Base -25%

Madeli B943-32-001-EX Expresso Sanremo-32 Bottom Vanity Base. Bathroom Vanities > Single Basin. Madeli Bottom Vanity Base, Sanremo-32 Collection, 31-7/8" x 14" x 32-1/4", Handle: Stainless Steel Finish, Handle Included, Available Accessories: H900-06

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TOP63-W White China Sanremo China Vanity Basin -30%

Whitehaus TOP63-W White China Sanremo China Vanity Basin. Bathroom Sinks > Wall Mount Single Bowl. Sanremo - Vanity basin with integrated oval basin and chrome overflow, China Collection, Inside Dimensions: 21" x 12" x 5-1/4", Overall Dimensions: 30-

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Free Sanremo Suit - Sleeveless - Men's - Men's

For 2014, Castelli took the advantages of its Sanremo skinsuit and melded it with the Free. The result is the water-shedding, wind-cheating, highly ventilated Free Sanremo Sleeveless Men's Suit. The advantages to a one-piece triathlon suit are obvious. In a non-wetsuit-legal swim, you need a suit that will slip through the water and won't weigh you down. On the bike, you want to be aerodynamic and slip through the air. On the run, you want to be chafe free. To begin, the Sanremo was constructed from Instadry Speed fabric. This form fit fabric is fast through the water and, once you are on the bike, sheds water quickly. Once dry, the Velocity mesh back not only has been proven as a watt-saver in the wind tunnel, it also helps to move moisture away from the skin to keep you dry and cool. Aiding in cooling and ventilation is the full-length camlock zipper, which opens the top of the suit like a standard bike jersey. You adjust just how much airflow you desire. It also makes pit stops during ultra-endurance races speedier. To minimize chafing, Castelli included the Kiss Tri Seat Pad. This lightly padded insert dries quickly after the swim. It is thick enough to support you during that 100-plus mile bike, but thins enough that you won't even feel it during the marathon. Additionally, the entire Sanremo suit was sewn with flatlock stitching. Large back pockets hold all of your race day nutrition. The Castelli Free Sanremo Suit Sleeveless - Men's is available in six sizes from Small to XXX-Large and in the colors White/black/red.

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Cross Sanremo Thermoflex Speedsuit - Men's Grey/Black, L - Men's

At first blush, it's easy to mistake Castelli's Cross Sanremo Thermoflex Speedsuit as the same as the Sanremo Thermosuit, less sleeves and legs. But the two are different in ways that recommend the Thermosuit for long road rides in the cold and the Cross Speedsuit for short, hard efforts on the 'cross course in temperatures ranging as low as 32 degrees Fahrenheit. The key difference is in the fabrics used. The full-length Thermosuit is essentially a Gabba 2 jersey attached to a pair of Sorpasso Bib Tights. The Cross Sanremo Thermoflex Speedsuit, though, doesn't have the Windstopper elements of its longer cousin, because they'd be stifling in a cyclocross race. Instead, the Cross Speedsuit opts for the insulating properties, high breathability, and accommodating stretch of Thermoflex fleece. Given the fast, dynamic nature of 'cross, it's obvious why the breathability and stretch are more important than wind resistance. Nervato inserts under the arms reaffirm the Speeduit's commitment to breathability and free movement by providing more ventilation where you really need it and giving a degree of stretch that facilitates shouldering the bike and running. The bottom half of the Cross Speedsuit is essentially a pair of Body Paint shorts. Made from the stretchy and durable Action 290 material, the Speedsuit's shorts are designed to accommodate the mobility demands of cyclocross while presenting a stern face to the harsh elements that they'll encounter. The fact that the shorts are attached means that you'll experience no discomfort from your shouldered bike sitting on top of obtrusive bib straps, and there won't no frigid gaps between shorts and jersey when you shoulder your machine. The one-piece construction still keeps each part of the tights in the right place, including the suggestively-titled KISS3 chamois insert. The KISS3's shape and elasticity accommodate the cocktail of running, jumping, and cycling inherent in 'cross, and the seamlessly tapering geograph...

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Free Sanremo Suit - Sleeveless - Men's White/Black/Red, XL - Men's

For 2014, Castelli took the advantages of its Sanremo skinsuit and melded it with the Free. The result is the water-shedding, wind-cheating, highly ventilated Free Sanremo Sleeveless Men's Suit. The advantages to a one-piece triathlon suit are obvious. In a non-wetsuit-legal swim, you need a suit that will slip through the water and won't weigh you down. On the bike, you want to be aerodynamic and slip through the air. On the run, you want to be chafe free. To begin, the Sanremo was constructed from Instadry Speed fabric. This form fit fabric is fast through the water and, once you are on the bike, sheds water quickly. Once dry, the Velocity mesh back not only has been proven as a watt-saver in the wind tunnel, it also helps to move moisture away from the skin to keep you dry and cool. Aiding in cooling and ventilation is the full-length camlock zipper, which opens the top of the suit like a standard bike jersey. You adjust just how much airflow you desire. It also makes pit stops during ultra-endurance races speedier. To minimize chafing, Castelli included the Kiss Tri Seat Pad. This lightly padded insert dries quickly after the swim. It is thick enough to support you during that 100-plus mile bike, but thins enough that you won't even feel it during the marathon. Additionally, the entire Sanremo suit was sewn with flatlock stitching. Large back pockets hold all of your race day nutrition. The Castelli Free Sanremo Suit Sleeveless - Men's is available in six sizes from Small to XXX-Large and in the colors White/black/red.

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Free Sanremo Suit - Sleeveless - Men's White/Black/Red, M - Men's

For 2014, Castelli took the advantages of its Sanremo skinsuit and melded it with the Free. The result is the water-shedding, wind-cheating, highly ventilated Free Sanremo Sleeveless Men's Suit. The advantages to a one-piece triathlon suit are obvious. In a non-wetsuit-legal swim, you need a suit that will slip through the water and won't weigh you down. On the bike, you want to be aerodynamic and slip through the air. On the run, you want to be chafe free. To begin, the Sanremo was constructed from Instadry Speed fabric. This form fit fabric is fast through the water and, once you are on the bike, sheds water quickly. Once dry, the Velocity mesh back not only has been proven as a watt-saver in the wind tunnel, it also helps to move moisture away from the skin to keep you dry and cool. Aiding in cooling and ventilation is the full-length camlock zipper, which opens the top of the suit like a standard bike jersey. You adjust just how much airflow you desire. It also makes pit stops during ultra-endurance races speedier. To minimize chafing, Castelli included the Kiss Tri Seat Pad. This lightly padded insert dries quickly after the swim. It is thick enough to support you during that 100-plus mile bike, but thins enough that you won't even feel it during the marathon. Additionally, the entire Sanremo suit was sewn with flatlock stitching. Large back pockets hold all of your race day nutrition. The Castelli Free Sanremo Suit Sleeveless - Men's is available in six sizes from Small to XXX-Large and in the colors White/black/red.

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Free Sanremo Suit - Sleeveless - Men's White/Black/Red, L - Men's

For 2014, Castelli took the advantages of its Sanremo skinsuit and melded it with the Free. The result is the water-shedding, wind-cheating, highly ventilated Free Sanremo Sleeveless Men's Suit. The advantages to a one-piece triathlon suit are obvious. In a non-wetsuit-legal swim, you need a suit that will slip through the water and won't weigh you down. On the bike, you want to be aerodynamic and slip through the air. On the run, you want to be chafe free. To begin, the Sanremo was constructed from Instadry Speed fabric. This form fit fabric is fast through the water and, once you are on the bike, sheds water quickly. Once dry, the Velocity mesh back not only has been proven as a watt-saver in the wind tunnel, it also helps to move moisture away from the skin to keep you dry and cool. Aiding in cooling and ventilation is the full-length camlock zipper, which opens the top of the suit like a standard bike jersey. You adjust just how much airflow you desire. It also makes pit stops during ultra-endurance races speedier. To minimize chafing, Castelli included the Kiss Tri Seat Pad. This lightly padded insert dries quickly after the swim. It is thick enough to support you during that 100-plus mile bike, but thins enough that you won't even feel it during the marathon. Additionally, the entire Sanremo suit was sewn with flatlock stitching. Large back pockets hold all of your race day nutrition. The Castelli Free Sanremo Suit Sleeveless - Men's is available in six sizes from Small to XXX-Large and in the colors White/black/red.

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Sanremo 2 Thermosuit - Men's Black/Yellow Fluo, S - Men's

When gearing up for cold-weather cycling, we typically accept that things like fit comfort and aerodynamics will be sacrificed in favor of wind-stopping power and warmth. Leave it to Castelli to refuse this sacrifice with the Sanremo 2 Thermosuit, a piece of kit designed to offer the aerodynamic benefits of a bulk-free fit without the restriction of bibs -- all while preserving the benefits you'd expect from the company's flagship cold-weather technology. The Sanremo 2 uses a mix of fabric panels in strategic locations to create a microclimate in the sliver of space between your skin and the Thermosuit. The Windstopper X-Lite fabric leads the charge on the upper portion, offering 1. 4 billion impossibly small pores per square inch that guard your microclimate jealously. They don't let wind in, but they do let moisture and water vapor out. This isn't just based on vague marketing copy, though. The science behind Windstopper X-Lite is measurable in a rating called CFM, which stands for cubic feet per minute, used to measure the volume of air that passes through a fabric in, you guessed it, one minute. In order to be considered truly "windproof," a fabric must register a CFM of equal to or less than 1. 0. The Windstopper X-Lite fabric actually beats this rating, so you're guaranteed a literally windproof top. The bottom portion is a mix of Thermoflex and Thermoflex Core2, using the former for areas that need more stretch and the latter in areas that need more protection. Both iterations of Thermoflex use hollow-core yarn to increase the size and insulating power of that thin microclimate. The whole Thermosuit is water-resistant and lined with a brushed interior so it's comfortable against your skin without any need of a mediating base layer. The fit is the same bulk-free, race-worthy fit you'd enjoy wearing Castelli's Gabba Long-Sleeve Jersey and Sorpasso Bib Tights, less two elements: The bibs and the gaps. We often find that cold-weather bibs are unduly constric...

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Sanremo 2 Thermosuit - Men's Black/Yellow Fluo, XXL - Men's

When gearing up for cold-weather cycling, we typically accept that things like fit comfort and aerodynamics will be sacrificed in favor of wind-stopping power and warmth. Leave it to Castelli to refuse this sacrifice with the Sanremo 2 Thermosuit, a piece of kit designed to offer the aerodynamic benefits of a bulk-free fit without the restriction of bibs -- all while preserving the benefits you'd expect from the company's flagship cold-weather technology. The Sanremo 2 uses a mix of fabric panels in strategic locations to create a microclimate in the sliver of space between your skin and the Thermosuit. The Windstopper X-Lite fabric leads the charge on the upper portion, offering 1. 4 billion impossibly small pores per square inch that guard your microclimate jealously. They don't let wind in, but they do let moisture and water vapor out. This isn't just based on vague marketing copy, though. The science behind Windstopper X-Lite is measurable in a rating called CFM, which stands for cubic feet per minute, used to measure the volume of air that passes through a fabric in, you guessed it, one minute. In order to be considered truly "windproof," a fabric must register a CFM of equal to or less than 1. 0. The Windstopper X-Lite fabric actually beats this rating, so you're guaranteed a literally windproof top. The bottom portion is a mix of Thermoflex and Thermoflex Core2, using the former for areas that need more stretch and the latter in areas that need more protection. Both iterations of Thermoflex use hollow-core yarn to increase the size and insulating power of that thin microclimate. The whole Thermosuit is water-resistant and lined with a brushed interior so it's comfortable against your skin without any need of a mediating base layer. The fit is the same bulk-free, race-worthy fit you'd enjoy wearing Castelli's Gabba Long-Sleeve Jersey and Sorpasso Bib Tights, less two elements: The bibs and the gaps. We often find that cold-weather bibs are unduly constric...

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Free Sanremo Suit - Sleeveless - Men's White/Black/Red, S - Men's

For 2014, Castelli took the advantages of its Sanremo skinsuit and melded it with the Free. The result is the water-shedding, wind-cheating, highly ventilated Free Sanremo Sleeveless Men's Suit. The advantages to a one-piece triathlon suit are obvious. In a non-wetsuit-legal swim, you need a suit that will slip through the water and won't weigh you down. On the bike, you want to be aerodynamic and slip through the air. On the run, you want to be chafe free. To begin, the Sanremo was constructed from Instadry Speed fabric. This form fit fabric is fast through the water and, once you are on the bike, sheds water quickly. Once dry, the Velocity mesh back not only has been proven as a watt-saver in the wind tunnel, it also helps to move moisture away from the skin to keep you dry and cool. Aiding in cooling and ventilation is the full-length camlock zipper, which opens the top of the suit like a standard bike jersey. You adjust just how much airflow you desire. It also makes pit stops during ultra-endurance races speedier. To minimize chafing, Castelli included the Kiss Tri Seat Pad. This lightly padded insert dries quickly after the swim. It is thick enough to support you during that 100-plus mile bike, but thins enough that you won't even feel it during the marathon. Additionally, the entire Sanremo suit was sewn with flatlock stitching. Large back pockets hold all of your race day nutrition. The Castelli Free Sanremo Suit Sleeveless - Men's is available in six sizes from Small to XXX-Large and in the colors White/black/red.

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Free Sanremo Suit - Sleeveless - Men's White/Black/Red, XXL - Men's

For 2014, Castelli took the advantages of its Sanremo skinsuit and melded it with the Free. The result is the water-shedding, wind-cheating, highly ventilated Free Sanremo Sleeveless Men's Suit. The advantages to a one-piece triathlon suit are obvious. In a non-wetsuit-legal swim, you need a suit that will slip through the water and won't weigh you down. On the bike, you want to be aerodynamic and slip through the air. On the run, you want to be chafe free. To begin, the Sanremo was constructed from Instadry Speed fabric. This form fit fabric is fast through the water and, once you are on the bike, sheds water quickly. Once dry, the Velocity mesh back not only has been proven as a watt-saver in the wind tunnel, it also helps to move moisture away from the skin to keep you dry and cool. Aiding in cooling and ventilation is the full-length camlock zipper, which opens the top of the suit like a standard bike jersey. You adjust just how much airflow you desire. It also makes pit stops during ultra-endurance races speedier. To minimize chafing, Castelli included the Kiss Tri Seat Pad. This lightly padded insert dries quickly after the swim. It is thick enough to support you during that 100-plus mile bike, but thins enough that you won't even feel it during the marathon. Additionally, the entire Sanremo suit was sewn with flatlock stitching. Large back pockets hold all of your race day nutrition. The Castelli Free Sanremo Suit Sleeveless - Men's is available in six sizes from Small to XXX-Large and in the colors White/black/red.

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Sanremo Nightstand

J&M Furniture 18023-NS Features: -Sanremo collection.-Full extension drawers for durability.-Distressed: No.-Collection: Sanremo.Dimensions: -Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 19.5.-Overall Width - Side to Side: 21.5.-Overall Depth - Front to Back: 16.1.-Overall Product Weight: 42.

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Sanremo 2 Thermosuit - Men's Black/Yellow Fluo, 3XL - Men's

When gearing up for cold-weather cycling, we typically accept that things like fit comfort and aerodynamics will be sacrificed in favor of wind-stopping power and warmth. Leave it to Castelli to refuse this sacrifice with the Sanremo 2 Thermosuit, a piece of kit designed to offer the aerodynamic benefits of a bulk-free fit without the restriction of bibs -- all while preserving the benefits you'd expect from the company's flagship cold-weather technology. The Sanremo 2 uses a mix of fabric panels in strategic locations to create a microclimate in the sliver of space between your skin and the Thermosuit. The Windstopper X-Lite fabric leads the charge on the upper portion, offering 1. 4 billion impossibly small pores per square inch that guard your microclimate jealously. They don't let wind in, but they do let moisture and water vapor out. This isn't just based on vague marketing copy, though. The science behind Windstopper X-Lite is measurable in a rating called CFM, which stands for cubic feet per minute, used to measure the volume of air that passes through a fabric in, you guessed it, one minute. In order to be considered truly "windproof," a fabric must register a CFM of equal to or less than 1. 0. The Windstopper X-Lite fabric actually beats this rating, so you're guaranteed a literally windproof top. The bottom portion is a mix of Thermoflex and Thermoflex Core2, using the former for areas that need more stretch and the latter in areas that need more protection. Both iterations of Thermoflex use hollow-core yarn to increase the size and insulating power of that thin microclimate. The whole Thermosuit is water-resistant and lined with a brushed interior so it's comfortable against your skin without any need of a mediating base layer. The fit is the same bulk-free, race-worthy fit you'd enjoy wearing Castelli's Gabba Long-Sleeve Jersey and Sorpasso Bib Tights, less two elements: The bibs and the gaps. We often find that cold-weather bibs are unduly constric...

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Cross Sanremo Thermoflex Speedsuit - Men's Grey/Black, XXL - Men's

At first blush, it's easy to mistake Castelli's Cross Sanremo Thermoflex Speedsuit as the same as the Sanremo Thermosuit, less sleeves and legs. But the two are different in ways that recommend the Thermosuit for long road rides in the cold and the Cross Speedsuit for short, hard efforts on the 'cross course in temperatures ranging as low as 32 degrees Fahrenheit. The key difference is in the fabrics used. The full-length Thermosuit is essentially a Gabba 2 jersey attached to a pair of Sorpasso Bib Tights. The Cross Sanremo Thermoflex Speedsuit, though, doesn't have the Windstopper elements of its longer cousin, because they'd be stifling in a cyclocross race. Instead, the Cross Speedsuit opts for the insulating properties, high breathability, and accommodating stretch of Thermoflex fleece. Given the fast, dynamic nature of 'cross, it's obvious why the breathability and stretch are more important than wind resistance. Nervato inserts under the arms reaffirm the Speeduit's commitment to breathability and free movement by providing more ventilation where you really need it and giving a degree of stretch that facilitates shouldering the bike and running. The bottom half of the Cross Speedsuit is essentially a pair of Body Paint shorts. Made from the stretchy and durable Action 290 material, the Speedsuit's shorts are designed to accommodate the mobility demands of cyclocross while presenting a stern face to the harsh elements that they'll encounter. The fact that the shorts are attached means that you'll experience no discomfort from your shouldered bike sitting on top of obtrusive bib straps, and there won't no frigid gaps between shorts and jersey when you shoulder your machine. The one-piece construction still keeps each part of the tights in the right place, including the suggestively-titled KISS3 chamois insert. The KISS3's shape and elasticity accommodate the cocktail of running, jumping, and cycling inherent in 'cross, and the seamlessly tapering geograph...

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Cross Sanremo Thermoflex Speedsuit - Men's Black/Drive Blue, XL - Men's

At first blush, it's easy to mistake Castelli's Cross Sanremo Thermoflex Speedsuit as the same as the Sanremo Thermosuit, less sleeves and legs. But the two are different in ways that recommend the Thermosuit for long road rides in the cold and the Cross Speedsuit for short, hard efforts on the 'cross course in temperatures ranging as low as 32 degrees Fahrenheit. The key difference is in the fabrics used. The full-length Thermosuit is essentially a Gabba 2 jersey attached to a pair of Sorpasso Bib Tights. The Cross Sanremo Thermoflex Speedsuit, though, doesn't have the Windstopper elements of its longer cousin, because they'd be stifling in a cyclocross race. Instead, the Cross Speedsuit opts for the insulating properties, high breathability, and accommodating stretch of Thermoflex fleece. Given the fast, dynamic nature of 'cross, it's obvious why the breathability and stretch are more important than wind resistance. Nervato inserts under the arms reaffirm the Speeduit's commitment to breathability and free movement by providing more ventilation where you really need it and giving a degree of stretch that facilitates shouldering the bike and running. The bottom half of the Cross Speedsuit is essentially a pair of Body Paint shorts. Made from the stretchy and durable Action 290 material, the Speedsuit's shorts are designed to accommodate the mobility demands of cyclocross while presenting a stern face to the harsh elements that they'll encounter. The fact that the shorts are attached means that you'll experience no discomfort from your shouldered bike sitting on top of obtrusive bib straps, and there won't no frigid gaps between shorts and jersey when you shoulder your machine. The one-piece construction still keeps each part of the tights in the right place, including the suggestively-titled KISS3 chamois insert. The KISS3's shape and elasticity accommodate the cocktail of running, jumping, and cycling inherent in 'cross, and the seamlessly tapering geograph...

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Cross Sanremo Thermoflex Speedsuit - Men's - Men's

At first blush, it's easy to mistake Castelli's Cross Sanremo Thermoflex Speedsuit as the same as the Sanremo Thermosuit, less sleeves and legs. But the two are different in ways that recommend the Thermosuit for long road rides in the cold and the Cross Speedsuit for short, hard efforts on the 'cross course in temperatures ranging as low as 32 degrees Fahrenheit. The key difference is in the fabrics used. The full-length Thermosuit is essentially a Gabba 2 jersey attached to a pair of Sorpasso Bib Tights. The Cross Sanremo Thermoflex Speedsuit, though, doesn't have the Windstopper elements of its longer cousin, because they'd be stifling in a cyclocross race. Instead, the Cross Speedsuit opts for the insulating properties, high breathability, and accommodating stretch of Thermoflex fleece. Given the fast, dynamic nature of 'cross, it's obvious why the breathability and stretch are more important than wind resistance. Nervato inserts under the arms reaffirm the Speeduit's commitment to breathability and free movement by providing more ventilation where you really need it and giving a degree of stretch that facilitates shouldering the bike and running. The bottom half of the Cross Speedsuit is essentially a pair of Body Paint shorts. Made from the stretchy and durable Action 290 material, the Speedsuit's shorts are designed to accommodate the mobility demands of cyclocross while presenting a stern face to the harsh elements that they'll encounter. The fact that the shorts are attached means that you'll experience no discomfort from your shouldered bike sitting on top of obtrusive bib straps, and there won't no frigid gaps between shorts and jersey when you shoulder your machine. The one-piece construction still keeps each part of the tights in the right place, including the suggestively-titled KISS3 chamois insert. The KISS3's shape and elasticity accommodate the cocktail of running, jumping, and cycling inherent in 'cross, and the seamlessly tapering geograph...

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Sanremo 2 Thermosuit - Men's Black/Yellow Fluo, L - Men's

When gearing up for cold-weather cycling, we typically accept that things like fit comfort and aerodynamics will be sacrificed in favor of wind-stopping power and warmth. Leave it to Castelli to refuse this sacrifice with the Sanremo 2 Thermosuit, a piece of kit designed to offer the aerodynamic benefits of a bulk-free fit without the restriction of bibs -- all while preserving the benefits you'd expect from the company's flagship cold-weather technology. The Sanremo 2 uses a mix of fabric panels in strategic locations to create a microclimate in the sliver of space between your skin and the Thermosuit. The Windstopper X-Lite fabric leads the charge on the upper portion, offering 1. 4 billion impossibly small pores per square inch that guard your microclimate jealously. They don't let wind in, but they do let moisture and water vapor out. This isn't just based on vague marketing copy, though. The science behind Windstopper X-Lite is measurable in a rating called CFM, which stands for cubic feet per minute, used to measure the volume of air that passes through a fabric in, you guessed it, one minute. In order to be considered truly "windproof," a fabric must register a CFM of equal to or less than 1. 0. The Windstopper X-Lite fabric actually beats this rating, so you're guaranteed a literally windproof top. The bottom portion is a mix of Thermoflex and Thermoflex Core2, using the former for areas that need more stretch and the latter in areas that need more protection. Both iterations of Thermoflex use hollow-core yarn to increase the size and insulating power of that thin microclimate. The whole Thermosuit is water-resistant and lined with a brushed interior so it's comfortable against your skin without any need of a mediating base layer. The fit is the same bulk-free, race-worthy fit you'd enjoy wearing Castelli's Gabba Long-Sleeve Jersey and Sorpasso Bib Tights, less two elements: The bibs and the gaps. We often find that cold-weather bibs are unduly constric...

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Sanremo 2 Thermosuit - Men's Drive Blue/Black/White, L - Men's

When gearing up for cold-weather cycling, we typically accept that things like fit comfort and aerodynamics will be sacrificed in favor of wind-stopping power and warmth. Leave it to Castelli to refuse this sacrifice with the Sanremo 2 Thermosuit, a piece of kit designed to offer the aerodynamic benefits of a bulk-free fit without the restriction of bibs -- all while preserving the benefits you'd expect from the company's flagship cold-weather technology. The Sanremo 2 uses a mix of fabric panels in strategic locations to create a microclimate in the sliver of space between your skin and the Thermosuit. The Windstopper X-Lite fabric leads the charge on the upper portion, offering 1. 4 billion impossibly small pores per square inch that guard your microclimate jealously. They don't let wind in, but they do let moisture and water vapor out. This isn't just based on vague marketing copy, though. The science behind Windstopper X-Lite is measurable in a rating called CFM, which stands for cubic feet per minute, used to measure the volume of air that passes through a fabric in, you guessed it, one minute. In order to be considered truly "windproof," a fabric must register a CFM of equal to or less than 1. 0. The Windstopper X-Lite fabric actually beats this rating, so you're guaranteed a literally windproof top. The bottom portion is a mix of Thermoflex and Thermoflex Core2, using the former for areas that need more stretch and the latter in areas that need more protection. Both iterations of Thermoflex use hollow-core yarn to increase the size and insulating power of that thin microclimate. The whole Thermosuit is water-resistant and lined with a brushed interior so it's comfortable against your skin without any need of a mediating base layer. The fit is the same bulk-free, race-worthy fit you'd enjoy wearing Castelli's Gabba Long-Sleeve Jersey and Sorpasso Bib Tights, less two elements: The bibs and the gaps. We often find that cold-weather bibs are unduly constric...

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Sanremo 2 Thermosuit - Men's Drive Blue/Black/White, XL - Men's

When gearing up for cold-weather cycling, we typically accept that things like fit comfort and aerodynamics will be sacrificed in favor of wind-stopping power and warmth. Leave it to Castelli to refuse this sacrifice with the Sanremo 2 Thermosuit, a piece of kit designed to offer the aerodynamic benefits of a bulk-free fit without the restriction of bibs -- all while preserving the benefits you'd expect from the company's flagship cold-weather technology. The Sanremo 2 uses a mix of fabric panels in strategic locations to create a microclimate in the sliver of space between your skin and the Thermosuit. The Windstopper X-Lite fabric leads the charge on the upper portion, offering 1. 4 billion impossibly small pores per square inch that guard your microclimate jealously. They don't let wind in, but they do let moisture and water vapor out. This isn't just based on vague marketing copy, though. The science behind Windstopper X-Lite is measurable in a rating called CFM, which stands for cubic feet per minute, used to measure the volume of air that passes through a fabric in, you guessed it, one minute. In order to be considered truly "windproof," a fabric must register a CFM of equal to or less than 1. 0. The Windstopper X-Lite fabric actually beats this rating, so you're guaranteed a literally windproof top. The bottom portion is a mix of Thermoflex and Thermoflex Core2, using the former for areas that need more stretch and the latter in areas that need more protection. Both iterations of Thermoflex use hollow-core yarn to increase the size and insulating power of that thin microclimate. The whole Thermosuit is water-resistant and lined with a brushed interior so it's comfortable against your skin without any need of a mediating base layer. The fit is the same bulk-free, race-worthy fit you'd enjoy wearing Castelli's Gabba Long-Sleeve Jersey and Sorpasso Bib Tights, less two elements: The bibs and the gaps. We often find that cold-weather bibs are unduly constric...

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