Castelli Chic Tight - Women's

Castelli Chic Tight - Women's
Castelli Chic Tight - Women's
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Chic Tight - Women's by Castelli
Autumn is one of our favorite times of year, with brisk afternoons filled with cozy sweaters, soft scarves, delicious mulled cider, and a new opportunity to perfect our cold-weather cycling kit strategy. When mornings get frosty and the temperatures turn chilly, stay warmly on point in the Castelli Women's Chic Tights. These tights are fashioned from stretchy, warm Thermoflex fabric, which holds a starring role across Castelli's cold-weather line. Thermoflex's brushed, fleecy lining fends off the cold with cozy warmth and wicks moisture without irritating your skin. At the knees, Castelli uses an articulated shape and adds a second layer of fabric for extra warmth, and the KISS Air chamois affords enough comfort for all your long-mile, winter training needs. The fit is snug and streamlined, making them ideal for both training and racing in cooler conditions, with inconspicuous branding that blends in with any colorway of kit. Castelli recommends these tights for use between 41 and 59 degrees Fahrenheit, but you may find them useful in a wider range of temperatures depending on the day's planned intensity.

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SKU: CST00F7
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