Castelli Unlimited Short Sleeve Jersey – Dark Grey

£100.00

SKU: SK-63247402470 Categories: ,

About the Castelli Unlimited Jersey We"re not crazy about the word "gravel." We love riding on it, but we don"t like the way the cycling industry acts like it"s a new sport. We prefer to just call it cycling because we"re still riding bikes, we"re still working up a sweat, we"re still having fun and we"re still beating our friends. Castelli"s approach to all-surface riding is called Unlimited. Riding now is a mixture of paved and unpaved surfaces, but we"re riding just as hard and demanding just as much from our clothing. The Unlimited Jersey uses everything Castelli know about moisture management, fit, shape, and the convenience of zippers that open easily and pockets that are the right shape and in the right place. But on this jersey, they took the extra step of using fabrics that better resist snags from tree branches or vines that you"ll find on your favourite trail. The main body fabric is a polyester knit with good stretch and moisture management but better durability than the typical fragile fabric that"s OK on the road. Then on the sleeves, shoulders and back panel They use a stretch woven fabric that is extremely resistant, since this is the area that most often gets snagged. You"ll just be comfortable like you always are in Castelli, but you"ll look good all season long. Key Features The all-surface unlimited no-compromise jersey A more durable Pro Secco Unlimited main body fabric Snag-resistant stretch woven on sleeves and shoulders No-sew flat-edge sleeve finishing Three rear pockets plus zippered key/money pocket YKK® Vislon® zipper Silicone gripper elastic at waist About Castelli 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 made in the 1910"s for the world champion and five-time Giro champion Alfredo Binda. Castelli innovated the first aerodynamic Lycra shorts in 1977 whic