Castelli Perfetto RoS Light Short Sleeve Softshell Jersey – Yellow

£90.00

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About the Castelli Perfetto Ro S Light Jersey Castelli have designed the Perfetto Ro S light to hit the sweet spot of weather resistance and heat management which was demanded by the professional cyclists they worked with. The result is Lighter and more breathable than their classic water-resistant Gabba Jersey without leaving you exposed to changeable conditions. Though it may seem at first to be a small niche it has proved extremely popular. It can cover most of the conditions of the Gabba (except wet racing and very cold), yet it handles warmer temperatures better. And the fit is exceptional, which is one more reason you'll keep reaching for it. The consensus of the Castelli test crew is that this piece doesn't fully replace the Gabba or Perfetto Vest, but it's another arrow in your quiver that is ideally suited to cool temperatures, especially when it's dry or there's a risk of light rain. The new Ro S title stands for Rain or Shine. It's a label Castelli give their most advanced products that excel in both dry and wet conditions. For dry conditions, you're looking for comfort along with breathability to prevent you from getting wet and chilled from the inside. But with wet-weather clothing, you're looking for protection that will help you stay warm by keeping the rain out and letting sweat escape. Key Features GORE-TEX INFINIUM™ WINDSTOPPER® 203 Stretch lightweight fabric on front and sleeves for lightweight wind protection Nano Flex Light Pro fabric on the back sheds water but allows significant breathability YKK® Vislon® zipper for easy sliding, covered for extra wind and rain protection Two rear pockets with pump sleeve are easily accessed with gloved hands Gabba style dropped tail with large black reflective panel About the Brand Castelli traces its roots back to a fine tailor (Vitore Gianni) in the heart of Milan, founded in 1876. Through the years, Vittore Gianni clothed AC Milan, Juventus and the Milan Ballet. The first cycling clothing was mad