Mother Nature is a fighter, and Old Man Winter can throw some blows too, but that's never been enough to hold you back from getting in the base miles. Toss on Castelli's Velocissima Bib Tight and brave the cold in warmth and style, thanks to the Termoflex fleece-lined fabric that traps in your body heat, and full-length coverage that makes icy gusts feel like little more than a cool, relaxing breeze. The Velocissima makes quick work of cool conditions, but still keeps breathability a priority, keeping heat on the inside, while sweat is wicked away to keep you dry and comfortable through the miles. Up top, a mesh bibstrap is used to enable breathability at your core, so your engine stays primed through the miles. For extra comfort on the long haul, Castelli employs its KISS Air2 Donna chamois that absorbs harsh vibrations with multi-density foam. Dense foam is placed at the thickest point of the pad under the Ischial bones to cushion them from the road, a tapered slightly to relieve pressure at the perineum. The KISS Air2 Donna uses Castelli's softest ever face fabric, giving your skin a gentle touch while you ride, reducing potential for irritation or chaffing. The Velocissima Bib Tights are finished off with all of the details you'd expect from Castelli, like a zippered cuff to seal out the wind at the bottom, reflective accents at the ankles, and the iconic scorpion logo on the back of each calf.
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