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Like all fine garments, Castelli cycling clothing is crafted in the heart of Lombardy. The Milanese cycling brand was started by Vittore Gianni, a man now responsible for designing clothes for AC Milan and the Milan Ballet. Throughout the years, Castelli’s clothing has always performed elegantly and looked outstanding, and everyone from Fausto Coppi to Eddy Merckx has worn the brand at some stage in their careers. This Autumn, Castelli’s range of premium Italian cycling clothing carries on it’s elegant tradition with a new selection of items to keep you warm and stylish until Spring 2015.

What’s in the Castelli AW 2014 range?

This winter you”ll see the staples of Castelli cold-weather wear and then some, with innovative new designs, engineered stitching and functional compartments to make your ride more comfortable. You’ll see some basics in there as well as some top-of-the-range specialist pieces such as the Cross Sanremo Speedsuit, but what’s for sure is that you’ll get fine Italian quality along with PB-smashing performance features. Let’s take a closer look at some of the items.

Castelli windbreakers and rain jackets

Castelli are known for their simplistic designs and subtle touches, and their latest collection is no exception. These two windbreakers and rain jackets demonstrate perfectly how a simple grey jacket can look so great, and there’s one for him and her:

The Castelli Gabba range

The Castelli Gabba range has been a long time popular item for cyclists due to its versatility and simplistic attributes. The professional’s choice for all weather conditions, the Gabba is here to stay. At ProBikeKit we have the Gabba range back in, including the short sleeved Gabba 2, long sleeved Gabba 2, The Gabba 2 convertible jacket and the women’s Gabba long sleeved jersey.

The Castelli Legacy goes on

So head to our new selection of Castelli cycling clothes for AW 2014, and if that doesn’t tempt you, check out this video of Castelli’s story through the years:

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