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Cyclists living in temperate climates will love the windproof, yet breathable construction of the Castelli® Men's Mortirolo Due Jacket.
I have a lot of Castelli gear. This fits pretty snug for a jacket. It''s not form-fitting, but pretty close. Suppose that''s good to add base layers. I went over Calaveras (in San Jose) on my maiden voyage and this jacket did pretty well. High was probably 55 over the top of the hill and this thing kept me pretty snug through the long descent. Vents are a nice touch for a little ventilation over long climbs. I did have to unzip the front a couple times to cool off though. Oh and who can beat neon yellow camo...
Great fit but it is small on the sleeves if you have long arms great for temp 45 f and up
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Castelli has a rich history dating back multiple decades in the cycling community. In the 1940s, Armando Castelli, an Italian tailor, designed clothes for Gino Bartali, a famed cyclist. Designing clothes for Gino Bartali proved to be the catalyst for Armando Castelli's career. As a result of designing for a famous cyclist, one of Bartali's cycling rivals, Fausto Coppi, asked Armando Castelli to design a jersey that would make him faster in competitions. Castelli agreed and produced the first-ever silk cycling jersey.
Ever since, Castelli has become a true pioneer within cycling clothing production. Armando Castelli constantly thought about how he could improve his products which led to adding special details such as collars, pockets, and zippers. In 1977, Castelli made another innovation: the first Lycra cycling short. With a constantly evolving company, Castelli continues to create superior cycling clothing that boasts the latest technology.