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4 5

I was looking to put together a kit that would keep me comfortable on those days that drop into the 30's and stay there. I chose the Espresso Due Jacket because of the very good performance I have gotten from Castelli products that use the Wind Stopper material. I have only used the Jacket twice and both times the average temperature was below freezing. Both rides were in the 3 hour range and I felt comfortable the whole time on both rides. The back of the jacket is constructed in a way that leaves a portion of the shoulder seams open. Also, the rear Pockets have mesh vents in them. I assume this is done for ventilation when the jacket is worn in warmer weather than I was riding in. The vents didn't make me cold, but I also wasn't sweating. There are also zippered vents in the front of the jacket. With the right base layer, I am sure this coat would keep you warm into the mid 20's. I paired this Jacket with the Polare Tights and have been very happy so far.

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4 5

I bought these tights to fill in that 40-50 degree range when there is also the addition of strong winds. I have a couple pairs of Polare Tights that are too warm for anything but the coldest days. I also have Several pairs of Castelli knickers that work well into the 49-50 degree range. The Sorpasso Wind Bib Tights really do a great job keeping you comfortable on those days that might start in the 30's but warm up into the low 50's. I wore them on a day that got to 56 degrees and at that point, they were beginning to feel like they were too warm. Fit is good and the Progetto X2 Air is very comfortable. With these bibs paired with my Mortirollo Due jacket, I can ride comfortably for hours.

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5 5

I live in the Pacific Northwest where the average high temperature is 60 degrees and lower for 7 months out of the year, yet the average low only goes below 40 degrees 4 months out of the year. I was looking for a bib short that could be used when the temperature was too low to comfortably use summer shorts. As it drizzles and rains here for much of the year, I was also looking for something that shed water well in case I got caught out in showery weather. These bibs fit the bill. Matched with the Nanoflex knee or leg warmers, these shorts give me a lot of flexibility in getting the right level of insulation for the conditions.

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