Take on the variable conditions, from bright and balmy afternoons, to frosty evening descents, with a kit that's built to handle it all. The Castelli Tutto Nano Bib Tights are built to excel, no matter the condition around you, thanks to their new Nano Flex 3G fabric that traps in warmth, while keeping moisture at bay. The fabric features a soft, brushed interior that traps heat inside to keep you toasty, while synthetic fibers actively seek out sweat and move it outwards, keeping you dry. Outside, a water resistant coating rights intermittent showers, leaving water and wheel spray rolling off, so you stay comfortable underneath. On upper side, the knickers feature a light mesh bib that doesn't hold onto sweat, aiming to keep you cool while you hammer out the miles. Castelli employs the KISS Air2 Donna chamois on the Tutto Nano. This multi-density chamois is crafted with long miles in mind, and is contoured to offer elevated support to the ischial bones, while alleviating pressure to the perineum, reducing irritation from jarring road vibrations, and long hours in the saddle. The knickers are finished off with reflective inserts on the bottom hems to help boost low light visibility, and embossed logos that withstand the rigorous conditions of the road.
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