Castelli Warming Embro Cream

Castelli Warming Embro Cream
Castelli Warming Embro Cream
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Warming Embro Cream by Castelli
Sometimes tights or warmers don't feel like the right choice before a damp, chilly 'cross race or a cool training ride. For days when you need protection from the cold but don't want to sacrifice freedom of movement with extra layers, reach for Castelli's Warming Embro Cream. Castelli uses natural ingredients to make up 80% of the formula, and, upon contact with the skin, it creates a tingly, warming sensation, acting as a barrier between your skin and the unforgiving, icy air. Apply it directly to your legs a few minutes before you race or ride; it'll keep your muscles warm and encourage them to respond like they do on a warmer day without adding bulky clothing to your kit.

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