SANTINI MENS CYCLING CLOTHING SIZE CHART
Please note these measurements are taken from the manufacturers sizing guidelines. Please take care when choosing your size, and measure yourself using the diagram shown on the left as a reference.
Made in Italy. Made with Passion. Santini is a brand with a rich history in cycling, designing and manufacturing each one of its garments in Italy since 1965. A favourite among riders in the pro peloton, Santini produces kits for several teams including Katusha, Lampre-ISD and Vacansoleil-DCM. Santini strive to make every pedal stroke more comfortable along with flawless style. Improve your performance without sacrificing comfort or style.
Tour thermofleece fabric makes these tights warm and comfortable, with a 3D back panel. Breathable mesh braces help you thermoregulate, while a pre-shaped knee and Gel Intech pad keep you comfortable.
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The Santini label started to peel off after a couple of rides (before washing) but other than that they seem well made. The fabric is very stretchy and the pad is comfortable enough. The fit is snug. I'm a slim 5'8" with 31" inside leg and the legs are only just long enough so if you are any taller/longer legged I'd look elsewhere. Only used them around 7 deg up to now and they were warm.