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5 5

These guys have been really helpful for those below 40 days, when I'm already wearing toe and shoe covers. They're nice and cushy, and even after my feet sweat they keep them warm. I've had less numb toes. They also look pretty stylish. A good sock for the money. I ended up buying 3 more pairs.

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4 5

This jersey is pretty cool, the Aero kits are pretty nice, but I wanted a long-sleeve. I chose this kit for minimal bulk and thermoflex lining. It's great for days between 45-60 with minimal layering; when the temperature drops it's best to put a wind proof layer underneath or over the top. The sleeves are nice an long for me in L, I'm 6'4" and twiggy. It's not as snug as the Aero shortsleeve, and there's a little too much fabric across the chest and the sipper bunches. A bit too much of an American cut, I guess.

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5 5

I already own the tights, so I decided to buy these guys. Same great brushed lining, but an even closer fit. Great for days above freezing, but not above 50. At 6'4" and a 35" inseam they're long enough to get down to my calves. I typically don't like rubber grippers at the cuffs, but these are comfortably and stay put without biting.

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4 5

These do exactly what they say, keep you warm. As long as it's dry they feel great. They're fleecy on the inside, so they're a bit like a nice pair of pajamas, but you go ride in them (by a second pair for sleeping). I live in the mountains and they work great in the 30-45 range, after that they get a little warm but are still wonderful. Not at all water resistant, but in the dry climes where it gets chilly, the southwest, they'll keep you going in base season. I'm 6'5" 155 and the large is a glove like fit and these actually run the entire length of my legs right down to my shoes, no more cold ankles!

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4 5

I like these shorts, right along the lines of the lesser Velocissimo Due and Equipe shorts, but with a lighter fabric. The big change is in the chamois to the "advanced" Progetto X2, but it doesn't do it for me. It's a very large chamois, not really an improvement on the Kiss3, just a bigger is better and we put gel in it approach. Everything else about the short makes them perfect as the go to bib, but I'll save a little money and keep getting the velocissimo's. True to size, so they run small by compare to most brands, I wear a medium in Capo, Pearli, LG and most everything else but a large in Castelli. The fit is snug, but it's as close to a race product as you can get without being for racing.

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5 5

These shorts blew my mind. I have been suffering through years of silicone grippers on my shorts, so when I saw these babies, I knew we'd hit it off. The elastic band that makes up the cuff is one of my favorite things about Castelli clothing now. The kiss3 chamois is also one of my favorites, the new and "improved progetto X2 doesn't actually seem any better, in fact it just ballooned out to an almost unmanageable size. The small light chamois means it fits to your body even after repeatedly getting out of the saddle and sitting back down, or a stop at the coffee shop. You focus on the pedaling, the shorts will ease the suffering.

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5 5

This is a great fitting product for tall and skinny people. I'm 6'4" and I bought the Large. I was nervous as I don't really like tights, but these have completely erased my doubts. The fleece lining is great and soft on the skin, and is great for real cold days. Even my knees were warm. The chamois is also great, I worried it might be a little big or fold in odd ways, but it is super comfortable. If you ride in dry windy weather below 45 F these are for you.

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5 5

One of the better baselayer products I have ever owned, it keeps me super warm, and the sleeves are nice and long; I'm 6'4" 160lbs and it fits like a glove, goes great under the bibs and has a longer back so my tailbone doesn't get cold. The sleeves will also work great instead of wearing armwarmers, even though they are a little loose at the elbow so you can roll them up.

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5 5

I'm a 6'4" real skinny guy, I got the large, I have a longer torso so I really worry about length, but it's great. It fits perfectly in my opinion, as long as you size up one from your normal size in other brands like capo or pearli. It's really a great top layer for riding in cold weather, or on chilly rides where you're doing a lot of descending but need to stay cool on the climbs. The styling is great too, real subtle look

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4 5

It does exactly what it's supposed, and has all sorts of different add-ons that allow you to tweak your data collection points. It's a little troublesome when pairing with things like the home-trainer sensor, and it still refuses to pair with mine, but on the road with an e-skewer it is great.

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