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Floral Team Bib Shorts - Women's One Color, M

Just because you ride hard and want top-tier bib shorts doesn't mean that you should be stuck with plain designs. Castelli's Women's Floral Team Bib Shorts add a little something different to your cycling wardrobe. Designed using Castelli's Team bibs as a template, the Floral bib shorts feature Castelli's Action Micro fabric, which is particularly durable, and placed it in the saddle contact regions, since those are the areas that get the most regular wear and tear. Energia Micro fabric is used on the sides and back of the bib shorts to take advantage of its outstanding stretch and return. The Breathe Micro fabric is used for the front of the shorts because, as its name indicates, it has been designed to let the fabric breathe to help keep the legs from overheating when the sun is beating down on a hot day. And while the fabrics that make up the body of the shorts are important, Castelli knows that the chamois is even more important. To that end, it used the Donna seat. This multi-density insert is one of the most loved in the peloton and receives continual praise from women of all shape sand sizes. It is designed with multiple layers and variable density to support the sit bones, while at the same time it provides cushioning in soft tissue areas. Its seamless construction minimizes chafing and a wicking cover keeps you cool and dry. The Castelli Women's Floral Team Bib Shorts are available in one color and in the sizes X-Small through X-Large.

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Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights Black/White, L

With fall, the season of arm warmers and wool gloves is upon us. That means that winter is also just around the corner, and the light accessorizing that we do in fall won't hold up to the temperatures that winter will bring. As the post-Thanksgiving turkey coma wears off, we usually find ourselves reaching into our cycling gear cornucopia for the Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights. The Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are built for soft, warm, stretchy comfort thanks to Thermoflex fabric, a staple across Castelli's cold-weather line. Thermoflex's brushed lining keeps the cold out and wicks moisture without irritating your skin. The mesh straps of the bibs keep the fit unbulky and give you ultimate control over your upper body layering because they don't add any extra insulation. They also keep each part of the tights in the right place, including the suggestively-titled KISS 3 chamois insert. The ankles zip and grip to fit tight over shoe covers, and the zippers themselves feature reflective piping to make you more visible to motorists in low-light situations. Castelli recommends these tights for use between 43 and 59 degrees Fahrenheit, but you may find the going a bit hot in the high 50s. For high-intensity workouts or cyclocross races, we find that these tights ride comfortably into the high 30s. But whether you're racing, maintaining a base, or just hamming it up on the new wheelset you gave yourself as an early present, Castelli's understated graphical treatment looks so good that you'll actually be hoping for weather cold enough to justify tights. The Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are available in six sizes ranging from Small to XXX-Large in Black/drive blue, Black/lime, Black/red, Black/white, and just plain old Black.

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Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights Black/White, S

With fall, the season of arm warmers and wool gloves is upon us. That means that winter is also just around the corner, and the light accessorizing that we do in fall won't hold up to the temperatures that winter will bring. As the post-Thanksgiving turkey coma wears off, we usually find ourselves reaching into our cycling gear cornucopia for the Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights. The Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are built for soft, warm, stretchy comfort thanks to Thermoflex fabric, a staple across Castelli's cold-weather line. Thermoflex's brushed lining keeps the cold out and wicks moisture without irritating your skin. The mesh straps of the bibs keep the fit unbulky and give you ultimate control over your upper body layering because they don't add any extra insulation. They also keep each part of the tights in the right place, including the suggestively-titled KISS 3 chamois insert. The ankles zip and grip to fit tight over shoe covers, and the zippers themselves feature reflective piping to make you more visible to motorists in low-light situations. Castelli recommends these tights for use between 43 and 59 degrees Fahrenheit, but you may find the going a bit hot in the high 50s. For high-intensity workouts or cyclocross races, we find that these tights ride comfortably into the high 30s. But whether you're racing, maintaining a base, or just hamming it up on the new wheelset you gave yourself as an early present, Castelli's understated graphical treatment looks so good that you'll actually be hoping for weather cold enough to justify tights. The Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are available in six sizes ranging from Small to XXX-Large in Black/drive blue, Black/lime, Black/red, Black/white, and just plain old Black.

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Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights Black/Drive Blue, L

With fall, the season of arm warmers and wool gloves is upon us. That means that winter is also just around the corner, and the light accessorizing that we do in fall won't hold up to the temperatures that winter will bring. As the post-Thanksgiving turkey coma wears off, we usually find ourselves reaching into our cycling gear cornucopia for the Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights. The Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are built for soft, warm, stretchy comfort thanks to Thermoflex fabric, a staple across Castelli's cold-weather line. Thermoflex's brushed lining keeps the cold out and wicks moisture without irritating your skin. The mesh straps of the bibs keep the fit unbulky and give you ultimate control over your upper body layering because they don't add any extra insulation. They also keep each part of the tights in the right place, including the suggestively-titled KISS 3 chamois insert. The ankles zip and grip to fit tight over shoe covers, and the zippers themselves feature reflective piping to make you more visible to motorists in low-light situations. Castelli recommends these tights for use between 43 and 59 degrees Fahrenheit, but you may find the going a bit hot in the high 50s. For high-intensity workouts or cyclocross races, we find that these tights ride comfortably into the high 30s. But whether you're racing, maintaining a base, or just hamming it up on the new wheelset you gave yourself as an early present, Castelli's understated graphical treatment looks so good that you'll actually be hoping for weather cold enough to justify tights. The Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are available in six sizes ranging from Small to XXX-Large in Black/drive blue, Black/lime, Black/red, Black/white, and just plain old Black.

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Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights Black/Lime, XXL

With fall, the season of arm warmers and wool gloves is upon us. That means that winter is also just around the corner, and the light accessorizing that we do in fall won't hold up to the temperatures that winter will bring. As the post-Thanksgiving turkey coma wears off, we usually find ourselves reaching into our cycling gear cornucopia for the Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights. The Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are built for soft, warm, stretchy comfort thanks to Thermoflex fabric, a staple across Castelli's cold-weather line. Thermoflex's brushed lining keeps the cold out and wicks moisture without irritating your skin. The mesh straps of the bibs keep the fit unbulky and give you ultimate control over your upper body layering because they don't add any extra insulation. They also keep each part of the tights in the right place, including the suggestively-titled KISS 3 chamois insert. The ankles zip and grip to fit tight over shoe covers, and the zippers themselves feature reflective piping to make you more visible to motorists in low-light situations. Castelli recommends these tights for use between 43 and 59 degrees Fahrenheit, but you may find the going a bit hot in the high 50s. For high-intensity workouts or cyclocross races, we find that these tights ride comfortably into the high 30s. But whether you're racing, maintaining a base, or just hamming it up on the new wheelset you gave yourself as an early present, Castelli's understated graphical treatment looks so good that you'll actually be hoping for weather cold enough to justify tights. The Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are available in six sizes ranging from Small to XXX-Large in Black/drive blue, Black/lime, Black/red, Black/white, and just plain old Black.

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Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights Black/Lime, L

With fall, the season of arm warmers and wool gloves is upon us. That means that winter is also just around the corner, and the light accessorizing that we do in fall won't hold up to the temperatures that winter will bring. As the post-Thanksgiving turkey coma wears off, we usually find ourselves reaching into our cycling gear cornucopia for the Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights. The Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are built for soft, warm, stretchy comfort thanks to Thermoflex fabric, a staple across Castelli's cold-weather line. Thermoflex's brushed lining keeps the cold out and wicks moisture without irritating your skin. The mesh straps of the bibs keep the fit unbulky and give you ultimate control over your upper body layering because they don't add any extra insulation. They also keep each part of the tights in the right place, including the suggestively-titled KISS 3 chamois insert. The ankles zip and grip to fit tight over shoe covers, and the zippers themselves feature reflective piping to make you more visible to motorists in low-light situations. Castelli recommends these tights for use between 43 and 59 degrees Fahrenheit, but you may find the going a bit hot in the high 50s. For high-intensity workouts or cyclocross races, we find that these tights ride comfortably into the high 30s. But whether you're racing, maintaining a base, or just hamming it up on the new wheelset you gave yourself as an early present, Castelli's understated graphical treatment looks so good that you'll actually be hoping for weather cold enough to justify tights. The Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are available in six sizes ranging from Small to XXX-Large in Black/drive blue, Black/lime, Black/red, Black/white, and just plain old Black.

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Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights Black, XL

With fall, the season of arm warmers and wool gloves is upon us. That means that winter is also just around the corner, and the light accessorizing that we do in fall won't hold up to the temperatures that winter will bring. As the post-Thanksgiving turkey coma wears off, we usually find ourselves reaching into our cycling gear cornucopia for the Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights. The Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are built for soft, warm, stretchy comfort thanks to Thermoflex fabric, a staple across Castelli's cold-weather line. Thermoflex's brushed lining keeps the cold out and wicks moisture without irritating your skin. The mesh straps of the bibs keep the fit unbulky and give you ultimate control over your upper body layering because they don't add any extra insulation. They also keep each part of the tights in the right place, including the suggestively-titled KISS 3 chamois insert. The ankles zip and grip to fit tight over shoe covers, and the zippers themselves feature reflective piping to make you more visible to motorists in low-light situations. Castelli recommends these tights for use between 43 and 59 degrees Fahrenheit, but you may find the going a bit hot in the high 50s. For high-intensity workouts or cyclocross races, we find that these tights ride comfortably into the high 30s. But whether you're racing, maintaining a base, or just hamming it up on the new wheelset you gave yourself as an early present, Castelli's understated graphical treatment looks so good that you'll actually be hoping for weather cold enough to justify tights. The Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are available in six sizes ranging from Small to XXX-Large in Black/drive blue, Black/lime, Black/red, Black/white, and just plain old Black.

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Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights Black/Lime, S

With fall, the season of arm warmers and wool gloves is upon us. That means that winter is also just around the corner, and the light accessorizing that we do in fall won't hold up to the temperatures that winter will bring. As the post-Thanksgiving turkey coma wears off, we usually find ourselves reaching into our cycling gear cornucopia for the Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights. The Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are built for soft, warm, stretchy comfort thanks to Thermoflex fabric, a staple across Castelli's cold-weather line. Thermoflex's brushed lining keeps the cold out and wicks moisture without irritating your skin. The mesh straps of the bibs keep the fit unbulky and give you ultimate control over your upper body layering because they don't add any extra insulation. They also keep each part of the tights in the right place, including the suggestively-titled KISS 3 chamois insert. The ankles zip and grip to fit tight over shoe covers, and the zippers themselves feature reflective piping to make you more visible to motorists in low-light situations. Castelli recommends these tights for use between 43 and 59 degrees Fahrenheit, but you may find the going a bit hot in the high 50s. For high-intensity workouts or cyclocross races, we find that these tights ride comfortably into the high 30s. But whether you're racing, maintaining a base, or just hamming it up on the new wheelset you gave yourself as an early present, Castelli's understated graphical treatment looks so good that you'll actually be hoping for weather cold enough to justify tights. The Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are available in six sizes ranging from Small to XXX-Large in Black/drive blue, Black/lime, Black/red, Black/white, and just plain old Black.

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Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights Black/Drive Blue, M

With fall, the season of arm warmers and wool gloves is upon us. That means that winter is also just around the corner, and the light accessorizing that we do in fall won't hold up to the temperatures that winter will bring. As the post-Thanksgiving turkey coma wears off, we usually find ourselves reaching into our cycling gear cornucopia for the Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights. The Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are built for soft, warm, stretchy comfort thanks to Thermoflex fabric, a staple across Castelli's cold-weather line. Thermoflex's brushed lining keeps the cold out and wicks moisture without irritating your skin. The mesh straps of the bibs keep the fit unbulky and give you ultimate control over your upper body layering because they don't add any extra insulation. They also keep each part of the tights in the right place, including the suggestively-titled KISS 3 chamois insert. The ankles zip and grip to fit tight over shoe covers, and the zippers themselves feature reflective piping to make you more visible to motorists in low-light situations. Castelli recommends these tights for use between 43 and 59 degrees Fahrenheit, but you may find the going a bit hot in the high 50s. For high-intensity workouts or cyclocross races, we find that these tights ride comfortably into the high 30s. But whether you're racing, maintaining a base, or just hamming it up on the new wheelset you gave yourself as an early present, Castelli's understated graphical treatment looks so good that you'll actually be hoping for weather cold enough to justify tights. The Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are available in six sizes ranging from Small to XXX-Large in Black/drive blue, Black/lime, Black/red, Black/white, and just plain old Black.

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Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights Black, S

With fall, the season of arm warmers and wool gloves is upon us. That means that winter is also just around the corner, and the light accessorizing that we do in fall won't hold up to the temperatures that winter will bring. As the post-Thanksgiving turkey coma wears off, we usually find ourselves reaching into our cycling gear cornucopia for the Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights. The Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are built for soft, warm, stretchy comfort thanks to Thermoflex fabric, a staple across Castelli's cold-weather line. Thermoflex's brushed lining keeps the cold out and wicks moisture without irritating your skin. The mesh straps of the bibs keep the fit unbulky and give you ultimate control over your upper body layering because they don't add any extra insulation. They also keep each part of the tights in the right place, including the suggestively-titled KISS 3 chamois insert. The ankles zip and grip to fit tight over shoe covers, and the zippers themselves feature reflective piping to make you more visible to motorists in low-light situations. Castelli recommends these tights for use between 43 and 59 degrees Fahrenheit, but you may find the going a bit hot in the high 50s. For high-intensity workouts or cyclocross races, we find that these tights ride comfortably into the high 30s. But whether you're racing, maintaining a base, or just hamming it up on the new wheelset you gave yourself as an early present, Castelli's understated graphical treatment looks so good that you'll actually be hoping for weather cold enough to justify tights. The Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are available in six sizes ranging from Small to XXX-Large in Black/drive blue, Black/lime, Black/red, Black/white, and just plain old Black.

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Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights Black, L

With fall, the season of arm warmers and wool gloves is upon us. That means that winter is also just around the corner, and the light accessorizing that we do in fall won't hold up to the temperatures that winter will bring. As the post-Thanksgiving turkey coma wears off, we usually find ourselves reaching into our cycling gear cornucopia for the Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights. The Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are built for soft, warm, stretchy comfort thanks to Thermoflex fabric, a staple across Castelli's cold-weather line. Thermoflex's brushed lining keeps the cold out and wicks moisture without irritating your skin. The mesh straps of the bibs keep the fit unbulky and give you ultimate control over your upper body layering because they don't add any extra insulation. They also keep each part of the tights in the right place, including the suggestively-titled KISS 3 chamois insert. The ankles zip and grip to fit tight over shoe covers, and the zippers themselves feature reflective piping to make you more visible to motorists in low-light situations. Castelli recommends these tights for use between 43 and 59 degrees Fahrenheit, but you may find the going a bit hot in the high 50s. For high-intensity workouts or cyclocross races, we find that these tights ride comfortably into the high 30s. But whether you're racing, maintaining a base, or just hamming it up on the new wheelset you gave yourself as an early present, Castelli's understated graphical treatment looks so good that you'll actually be hoping for weather cold enough to justify tights. The Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are available in six sizes ranging from Small to XXX-Large in Black/drive blue, Black/lime, Black/red, Black/white, and just plain old Black.

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Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights Black/Drive Blue, XXL

With fall, the season of arm warmers and wool gloves is upon us. That means that winter is also just around the corner, and the light accessorizing that we do in fall won't hold up to the temperatures that winter will bring. As the post-Thanksgiving turkey coma wears off, we usually find ourselves reaching into our cycling gear cornucopia for the Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights. The Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are built for soft, warm, stretchy comfort thanks to Thermoflex fabric, a staple across Castelli's cold-weather line. Thermoflex's brushed lining keeps the cold out and wicks moisture without irritating your skin. The mesh straps of the bibs keep the fit unbulky and give you ultimate control over your upper body layering because they don't add any extra insulation. They also keep each part of the tights in the right place, including the suggestively-titled KISS 3 chamois insert. The ankles zip and grip to fit tight over shoe covers, and the zippers themselves feature reflective piping to make you more visible to motorists in low-light situations. Castelli recommends these tights for use between 43 and 59 degrees Fahrenheit, but you may find the going a bit hot in the high 50s. For high-intensity workouts or cyclocross races, we find that these tights ride comfortably into the high 30s. But whether you're racing, maintaining a base, or just hamming it up on the new wheelset you gave yourself as an early present, Castelli's understated graphical treatment looks so good that you'll actually be hoping for weather cold enough to justify tights. The Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are available in six sizes ranging from Small to XXX-Large in Black/drive blue, Black/lime, Black/red, Black/white, and just plain old Black.

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Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights Black/Red, L

With fall, the season of arm warmers and wool gloves is upon us. That means that winter is also just around the corner, and the light accessorizing that we do in fall won't hold up to the temperatures that winter will bring. As the post-Thanksgiving turkey coma wears off, we usually find ourselves reaching into our cycling gear cornucopia for the Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights. The Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are built for soft, warm, stretchy comfort thanks to Thermoflex fabric, a staple across Castelli's cold-weather line. Thermoflex's brushed lining keeps the cold out and wicks moisture without irritating your skin. The mesh straps of the bibs keep the fit unbulky and give you ultimate control over your upper body layering because they don't add any extra insulation. They also keep each part of the tights in the right place, including the suggestively-titled KISS 3 chamois insert. The ankles zip and grip to fit tight over shoe covers, and the zippers themselves feature reflective piping to make you more visible to motorists in low-light situations. Castelli recommends these tights for use between 43 and 59 degrees Fahrenheit, but you may find the going a bit hot in the high 50s. For high-intensity workouts or cyclocross races, we find that these tights ride comfortably into the high 30s. But whether you're racing, maintaining a base, or just hamming it up on the new wheelset you gave yourself as an early present, Castelli's understated graphical treatment looks so good that you'll actually be hoping for weather cold enough to justify tights. The Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are available in six sizes ranging from Small to XXX-Large in Black/drive blue, Black/lime, Black/red, Black/white, and just plain old Black.

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Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights Black/Red, 3XL

With fall, the season of arm warmers and wool gloves is upon us. That means that winter is also just around the corner, and the light accessorizing that we do in fall won't hold up to the temperatures that winter will bring. As the post-Thanksgiving turkey coma wears off, we usually find ourselves reaching into our cycling gear cornucopia for the Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights. The Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are built for soft, warm, stretchy comfort thanks to Thermoflex fabric, a staple across Castelli's cold-weather line. Thermoflex's brushed lining keeps the cold out and wicks moisture without irritating your skin. The mesh straps of the bibs keep the fit unbulky and give you ultimate control over your upper body layering because they don't add any extra insulation. They also keep each part of the tights in the right place, including the suggestively-titled KISS 3 chamois insert. The ankles zip and grip to fit tight over shoe covers, and the zippers themselves feature reflective piping to make you more visible to motorists in low-light situations. Castelli recommends these tights for use between 43 and 59 degrees Fahrenheit, but you may find the going a bit hot in the high 50s. For high-intensity workouts or cyclocross races, we find that these tights ride comfortably into the high 30s. But whether you're racing, maintaining a base, or just hamming it up on the new wheelset you gave yourself as an early present, Castelli's understated graphical treatment looks so good that you'll actually be hoping for weather cold enough to justify tights. The Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are available in six sizes ranging from Small to XXX-Large in Black/drive blue, Black/lime, Black/red, Black/white, and just plain old Black.

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Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights Black/Red, M

With fall, the season of arm warmers and wool gloves is upon us. That means that winter is also just around the corner, and the light accessorizing that we do in fall won't hold up to the temperatures that winter will bring. As the post-Thanksgiving turkey coma wears off, we usually find ourselves reaching into our cycling gear cornucopia for the Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights. The Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are built for soft, warm, stretchy comfort thanks to Thermoflex fabric, a staple across Castelli's cold-weather line. Thermoflex's brushed lining keeps the cold out and wicks moisture without irritating your skin. The mesh straps of the bibs keep the fit unbulky and give you ultimate control over your upper body layering because they don't add any extra insulation. They also keep each part of the tights in the right place, including the suggestively-titled KISS 3 chamois insert. The ankles zip and grip to fit tight over shoe covers, and the zippers themselves feature reflective piping to make you more visible to motorists in low-light situations. Castelli recommends these tights for use between 43 and 59 degrees Fahrenheit, but you may find the going a bit hot in the high 50s. For high-intensity workouts or cyclocross races, we find that these tights ride comfortably into the high 30s. But whether you're racing, maintaining a base, or just hamming it up on the new wheelset you gave yourself as an early present, Castelli's understated graphical treatment looks so good that you'll actually be hoping for weather cold enough to justify tights. The Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are available in six sizes ranging from Small to XXX-Large in Black/drive blue, Black/lime, Black/red, Black/white, and just plain old Black.

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Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights Black, XXL

With fall, the season of arm warmers and wool gloves is upon us. That means that winter is also just around the corner, and the light accessorizing that we do in fall won't hold up to the temperatures that winter will bring. As the post-Thanksgiving turkey coma wears off, we usually find ourselves reaching into our cycling gear cornucopia for the Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights. The Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are built for soft, warm, stretchy comfort thanks to Thermoflex fabric, a staple across Castelli's cold-weather line. Thermoflex's brushed lining keeps the cold out and wicks moisture without irritating your skin. The mesh straps of the bibs keep the fit unbulky and give you ultimate control over your upper body layering because they don't add any extra insulation. They also keep each part of the tights in the right place, including the suggestively-titled KISS 3 chamois insert. The ankles zip and grip to fit tight over shoe covers, and the zippers themselves feature reflective piping to make you more visible to motorists in low-light situations. Castelli recommends these tights for use between 43 and 59 degrees Fahrenheit, but you may find the going a bit hot in the high 50s. For high-intensity workouts or cyclocross races, we find that these tights ride comfortably into the high 30s. But whether you're racing, maintaining a base, or just hamming it up on the new wheelset you gave yourself as an early present, Castelli's understated graphical treatment looks so good that you'll actually be hoping for weather cold enough to justify tights. The Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are available in six sizes ranging from Small to XXX-Large in Black/drive blue, Black/lime, Black/red, Black/white, and just plain old Black.

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Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights Black/Drive Blue, XL

With fall, the season of arm warmers and wool gloves is upon us. That means that winter is also just around the corner, and the light accessorizing that we do in fall won't hold up to the temperatures that winter will bring. As the post-Thanksgiving turkey coma wears off, we usually find ourselves reaching into our cycling gear cornucopia for the Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights. The Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are built for soft, warm, stretchy comfort thanks to Thermoflex fabric, a staple across Castelli's cold-weather line. Thermoflex's brushed lining keeps the cold out and wicks moisture without irritating your skin. The mesh straps of the bibs keep the fit unbulky and give you ultimate control over your upper body layering because they don't add any extra insulation. They also keep each part of the tights in the right place, including the suggestively-titled KISS 3 chamois insert. The ankles zip and grip to fit tight over shoe covers, and the zippers themselves feature reflective piping to make you more visible to motorists in low-light situations. Castelli recommends these tights for use between 43 and 59 degrees Fahrenheit, but you may find the going a bit hot in the high 50s. For high-intensity workouts or cyclocross races, we find that these tights ride comfortably into the high 30s. But whether you're racing, maintaining a base, or just hamming it up on the new wheelset you gave yourself as an early present, Castelli's understated graphical treatment looks so good that you'll actually be hoping for weather cold enough to justify tights. The Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are available in six sizes ranging from Small to XXX-Large in Black/drive blue, Black/lime, Black/red, Black/white, and just plain old Black.

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Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights Black/Red, S

With fall, the season of arm warmers and wool gloves is upon us. That means that winter is also just around the corner, and the light accessorizing that we do in fall won't hold up to the temperatures that winter will bring. As the post-Thanksgiving turkey coma wears off, we usually find ourselves reaching into our cycling gear cornucopia for the Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights. The Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are built for soft, warm, stretchy comfort thanks to Thermoflex fabric, a staple across Castelli's cold-weather line. Thermoflex's brushed lining keeps the cold out and wicks moisture without irritating your skin. The mesh straps of the bibs keep the fit unbulky and give you ultimate control over your upper body layering because they don't add any extra insulation. They also keep each part of the tights in the right place, including the suggestively-titled KISS 3 chamois insert. The ankles zip and grip to fit tight over shoe covers, and the zippers themselves feature reflective piping to make you more visible to motorists in low-light situations. Castelli recommends these tights for use between 43 and 59 degrees Fahrenheit, but you may find the going a bit hot in the high 50s. For high-intensity workouts or cyclocross races, we find that these tights ride comfortably into the high 30s. But whether you're racing, maintaining a base, or just hamming it up on the new wheelset you gave yourself as an early present, Castelli's understated graphical treatment looks so good that you'll actually be hoping for weather cold enough to justify tights. The Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are available in six sizes ranging from Small to XXX-Large in Black/drive blue, Black/lime, Black/red, Black/white, and just plain old Black.

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Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights Black/Red, XL

With fall, the season of arm warmers and wool gloves is upon us. That means that winter is also just around the corner, and the light accessorizing that we do in fall won't hold up to the temperatures that winter will bring. As the post-Thanksgiving turkey coma wears off, we usually find ourselves reaching into our cycling gear cornucopia for the Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights. The Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are built for soft, warm, stretchy comfort thanks to Thermoflex fabric, a staple across Castelli's cold-weather line. Thermoflex's brushed lining keeps the cold out and wicks moisture without irritating your skin. The mesh straps of the bibs keep the fit unbulky and give you ultimate control over your upper body layering because they don't add any extra insulation. They also keep each part of the tights in the right place, including the suggestively-titled KISS 3 chamois insert. The ankles zip and grip to fit tight over shoe covers, and the zippers themselves feature reflective piping to make you more visible to motorists in low-light situations. Castelli recommends these tights for use between 43 and 59 degrees Fahrenheit, but you may find the going a bit hot in the high 50s. For high-intensity workouts or cyclocross races, we find that these tights ride comfortably into the high 30s. But whether you're racing, maintaining a base, or just hamming it up on the new wheelset you gave yourself as an early present, Castelli's understated graphical treatment looks so good that you'll actually be hoping for weather cold enough to justify tights. The Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are available in six sizes ranging from Small to XXX-Large in Black/drive blue, Black/lime, Black/red, Black/white, and just plain old Black.

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Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights Black, 3XL

With fall, the season of arm warmers and wool gloves is upon us. That means that winter is also just around the corner, and the light accessorizing that we do in fall won't hold up to the temperatures that winter will bring. As the post-Thanksgiving turkey coma wears off, we usually find ourselves reaching into our cycling gear cornucopia for the Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights. The Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are built for soft, warm, stretchy comfort thanks to Thermoflex fabric, a staple across Castelli's cold-weather line. Thermoflex's brushed lining keeps the cold out and wicks moisture without irritating your skin. The mesh straps of the bibs keep the fit unbulky and give you ultimate control over your upper body layering because they don't add any extra insulation. They also keep each part of the tights in the right place, including the suggestively-titled KISS 3 chamois insert. The ankles zip and grip to fit tight over shoe covers, and the zippers themselves feature reflective piping to make you more visible to motorists in low-light situations. Castelli recommends these tights for use between 43 and 59 degrees Fahrenheit, but you may find the going a bit hot in the high 50s. For high-intensity workouts or cyclocross races, we find that these tights ride comfortably into the high 30s. But whether you're racing, maintaining a base, or just hamming it up on the new wheelset you gave yourself as an early present, Castelli's understated graphical treatment looks so good that you'll actually be hoping for weather cold enough to justify tights. The Castelli Velocissimo 2 Bib Tights are available in six sizes ranging from Small to XXX-Large in Black/drive blue, Black/lime, Black/red, Black/white, and just plain old Black.

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