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Castello Volo bibshorts featured

Castelli Volo bib shorts

Flat lock stitching, superb quality ‘Affinity Lycra’ and mesh grippers on the legs work in unison to give a comfortable, close fit, with no irritation against the skin. The mesh…

Score 9

Castelli NanoFlex leg warmers

Castelli NanoFlex leg-warmers

Castelli’s leg-warmers utilise its water-resistant NanoFlex fabric, which is claimed to have the same breathability, stretch and warmth as the standard Thermoflex fabric. You may have seen Castelli NanoFlex warmers…

Score 9


Castelli Diluvio gloves

When the temperature drops and the rain starts to fall, you can find yourself casting around for excuses not to ride. But if you’ve got a pair of Castelli Diluvio…

Score 7


Castelli Free jacket

The Gabba might have grabbed the headlines over the past few years, but Castelli have an impressive range of other jackets to cater for every meteorological scenario. The Castelli Free…

Score 9


Castelli Volata FZ Jersey

Like the women’s Castelli jersey, this fits like a glove, and offers ultimate comfort. It’s pricier than some of the others on test but well worth it for the performance…

Score 10


Castelli Fortuna Jersey

This breathable mesh jersey from Castelli’s women’s range was tested in the UK as well as in the sweltering temperatures of Tenerife. We can happily say its performance as a…

Score 10

Castelli Thermoflex kneewarmers

Castelli Thermoflex kneewarmer

You might think it would be easy to make a good kneewarmer. After all it’s little more than a tube of material. But it’s not. Many companies, good ones at…

Score 10


Castelli Poggio Jacket

We put on Castelli's £159 Poggio jacket and find it good for spring and autumn riding

Score 8


Castelli Diluvio Deluxe glove

On the face of it the Diluvio is an outstanding winter glove, exceedingly well cut and constructed with a long gauntlet for wrist coverage, palm-gripper and a nose-wipe. What’s not…

Score 5