Castelli's Como Jacket zips up with a wind-blocking front to keep out spring and autumn chills, and layers on an insulated and breathable fabric on the rear to let out moisture and maintain warmth. Extended cuffs that fit under cool-weather gloves and a tall neck provide additional warmth for the road, and three rear pockets stash snacks for the miles ahead.The Como is rated to 43-59 degrees Fahrenheit and feels heavier in hand than the similarly rated Transition Jacket.
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Castelli Como Jacket - Women's
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