As fall gives way to winter and the long, snowy slog to age-group nationals begins, privateer 'cross racers across the country are left scrambling to find warm kit worthy of toeing the line in early January temperatures. Adding a Castelli Men's CX 2. 0 Speedsuit to your cycling wardrobe will have you ready for nats while also adding a versatile piece for winter layering to the mix so you're not throwing your money away for just a handful of race days. At first glance, it's easy to mistake the CX 2. 0 for just any other speedsuit, but most speedsuits don't have Castelli's Thermoflex fabric to provide breathable warmth worthy of top-tier racing. The long-sleeved upper portion is made from that soft, thermal fabric to keep you warm in frigid race conditions and boasts a full-length zipper with a beefy pull tab that's easy to operate with gloves. So when the Northeast wind whips up and snow starts flying, you can rest assured that Thermoflex has got you covered. Castelli fashions the shorts portion with its Action 290 fabric, which was chosen for its blend of warmth, durability, and free-moving stretch that won't bind up when you're on the run or flying through a remount. As an added touch, single-piece construction eliminates seams to prevent uncomfortable bunching or chafing. The shorts are capped off with Castelli's KissAir chamois, whose shape and elasticity adeptly accommodate the cocktail of running, jumping, and mashing inherent in 'cross. The seamlessly tapering geography of dual-density foam provides strategic support while virtually eliminating abrasion.
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