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Castelli Veloce Short Sleeve Polo Shirt $0.00
Matching the Castelli DS Jacket, but also great as a standalone piece, the Veloce Polo is in the realm of semi-technical team wear. Every aspect of the top is influenced by cycling clothing.
The cut of the top is slim, closer than a t-shirt, but not a jersey. The material is 95% cotton, 5% Lycra, so it can stretch a bit for comfort and then return; it will fit you at both your winter weight and your mid-summer race weight. The zip neck gives you the ability to precisely adjust your torso's microclimate.
The Veloce Polo comes in Black with Castelli embroidered and printed graphics. The sizes run from Small to XXX-Large.
Note: Castelli has a "Euro" slimmer fit. We suggest ordering at least one size larger than your normal US size.
- How to Measure:
- For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
- Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
- Natural Waist:
- Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
- Measure around the fullest part of your body at the top of your legs.
Reviews & Community
The shirt is attractive but the fabric quality was sub standard for a 50$ shirt. I sent it back for a refund. As advertised it does run a size small.
Borders on the insulting...
Hey, I'm not a grouchy person. I own a few Castelli "casual" wear stuff (like the Meccanico and the Vigorelli) as well as a few jerseys. I thought the polo shirt would be a cool addition for when the weather gets better. I just received it, took it out of the bag and my first thought was "what the.....?" This thing is just a poor excuse for a polo shirt. It's the typical low (waaaaaaaaaaaay low)-end polo shirt that Italian OEM's provide to clients for logo use. The thing is made out of a paper-thin cotton blend that will not survive one dry-cleaning. Pitty the fool who would attempt to throw this in the washer. In terms of appearance it's nice but having had such polos from other companies (think aprilia and Ducati) I can attest to their short life span. $50 for this? They gotta be kidding. No, I guess they're not. Really disappointing, more so because Castelli slapped their name on a very cheap product.