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CastelliGabba 3 Short-Sleeve Jersey - Men's

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Gabba 3 Short-Sleeve Jersey

The weather isn't always predictable. We have, against our better judgment, left the house under threatening skies without a proper rain jacket and had a lot of time to think about our decision as we waited for a ride at the gas station shivering and wet. If you fancy riding in these conditions, you can either bring a jacket and risk toting it around taking up precious space and maybe not even using it, or you can start the ride off with the Gabba 3 Jersey and be covered if the skies open up.

Pro riders demand this luxury. Even during a race with a team car in the caravan, domestiques dropping back to get clothing for the team leaders and variable weather conditions make grabbing jackets a burden. Castelli's Gabba 3 is an update to the wildly successful Gabba jersey that is often imitated but never duplicated precisely because it eliminates the need for those trips.

Castelli crafts the Gabba 3 using soft, 4-way stretch Windstopper X-Lite fabric, a lightweight, breathable membrane engineered to keep early morning chills at bay while maintaining excellent breathability and allowing your sweat to evaporate. Windstopper X-Lite has 1.4 billion pores per square-inch and has the nearly impossible tasks of keeping wind chill out, heat in, and breathing. The Gabba 3 does all three. The jersey also receives a water-repellent finish so the inevitable surprise rain showers don't leave you saturated. Nano Flex inserts along the underarms add ventilation and breathability, keeping you comfortable during the last ronde of a rain soaked, early spring circuit race.

Fit is crucial to function with this jersey and Castelli hasn't faltered here with the Gabba 3. The chest features an abbreviated fit compared to similar offerings from other manufacturers. This will likely make the Gabba 3 feel tight across the chest and appear that the length is from the next size down, but once in the saddle, the fit is perfect for the miles ahead. It's a race jersey, through-and-through.

A taller collar provides extra protection from the elements and keeps our necks warmer, generating happiness while we're generating watts. A storm-flap construction with a reflective logo on the rear protects against wheel spray, and the silicone gripper at the waist prevents the hem from riding up. Full-length YKK Vislon zipper is easy to open and close to regulate temperature and the wind flap keeps the jersey aero and eliminates the risk of the zipper selling your core out to the gusty chill. Three rear pockets allow plenty of room for storage and the pockets have laser-cut holes at the bottom for drainage.

Castelli recommends the Gabba 3 in temperatures ranging from 50 to 64 degrees Fahrenheit. Your comfort will ultimately depend on the pace and how you choose to layer, but many of us also treat it as winter jacket. If your engine runs warm, you may find the high end of Castelli's range unbearably warm in the Gabba, but—when paired with sufficient arm warmers—you'll wear it comfortably into the low 40s.

  • Rain- and wind-resistant jersey replaces jackets
  • Gore Windstopper fabric ideal for cold, wet conditions
  • Form-fitting cut keeps an ideal microclimate in a race fit
  • Rear storm-flap keeps you dry from wheel spray
  • Silicone gripper at waist keeps jersey from riding up
  • 3 rear pockets offer storage and allow rain to drain
  • Pair with Nano Flex arm warmers when temps and rain are falling
  • Castelli's original Gabba jersey revolutionized foul weather racing kit

Tech Specs
Material[body] GORE Windstopper X-Lite Plus [panels] Nano Flex
Seasonspring, summer, fall
Pockets3 rear
Reflectivereal logo
Recommended Usecyclocross, gravel, road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty1 year


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How to Measure:
For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
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.
Using pants that fit well, measure the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg.

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Good in winter in SoCal

I've put it through the wringer
Runs small
Size Bought
6` 2"
180 lbs

A lot of my rides from November through March start off in the high 40s to low 50s with possibly some fog or drizzle. Often the latter part of the ride (or evening commute home) is sunny and dry in the 60s. The Gabba straddles that entire range paired with arm warmers on the colder end of things. Even in the low 60s it doesn't get too hot over a light base layer and when climbing I can just zip it down if necessary. It also doesn't have a lot of material to flap around in the wind. The sleeves are long enough to overlap arm warmers plenty. It is water resistant enough for drizzle or a light shower. It also has the Castelli cut that looks good and this has become my go-to for rides where I used to maybe grab a heavy wool jersey or a vest.

>Rating: 5

The Gabba 3 is all that!

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Runs small
Size Bought
5` 9"
150 lbs

I love my Perfetto short sleeve jerseys from a few years back. The are starting to show wear tho. On friend's hearty recommendations, tried a Gabba 3. Superb! The collar & storm flap are really nice. The fit is a bit more relaxed across the belly.... much needed. & it seems a tad warmer than the Perfetto's so a nice addition to the California Coastal wardrobe. The rear tho comes down really low. That's likely a good thing functionally, looks a bit extreme tho.

>Rating: 5

Essential shoulder season jersey

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
6` 1"
168 lbs

We have a saying in Michigan that if you do't like the weather, wait 5 minutes and it will change. Fickle weather is particularly true of Fall and Spring here. This jersey is the second Gabba jersey I've purchased and they are my favorite pieces of cooler or foul weather kit, especially for Spring and Fall muddy gravel races. It keeps you pretty dry in all but the most soaking downpour and even if you do get a bit wet, it keeps you warm. Wind and cold are no match for it. I can comfortably wear this jersey with a base layer and arm warmers down to about 45 degrees F, or add a vest and get a few more degrees lower. I am 6 ft 1 inch tall and about 168 lbs and a large fits great (like a glove). If you don't like a race fit cut, you may need to buy a size larger. I highly recommend this jersey and its well worth the price.

>Rating: 5

Castelli Gabba 3 SS Jersey

Excellent jersey - comfortable even in chilly weather because it blocks some of the wind. It does run small so follow the size chart .

>Rating: 5

I have three of these!

Runs small
Size Bought
5` 11"
162 lbs

Beautiful, well made, excellent fit (for me), comfortable. Don't expect miracles in really chilly weather. I was in Traveler's Rest, SC this past weekend for a cycling event and it was 47-49 degrees at the start (depending on whose bike computer you checked). Even with a rain shell over this, I was cold. This is recommended for shoulder season and that is what it is best suited for. I love all three of mine.

>Rating: 5

Essential kit for shoulder season work

In August 2009, Castelli held a series of meetings with Cervélo TestTeam riders to ask them what their desires were for improvements to their pro cycling wardrobe. Cervélo rider Gabriel Rasch (nickname "Gabba"), the '03 National Road Champion of Norway, asked for something that did not exist at the time. A short-sleeve jersey for Winter/Spring training that could: (a) provide thermal protection for use in cold weather; (b) a fabric that did not flap in the wind and thus slow the rider down; (c) and a jersey that provided good fog/mist/drizzle protection; and yet... (d) a textile that actually/effectively vented-away the kind of sweat production generated during high-output riding. In sum, Gabba (and his teammates) wanted a jersey that could protect them against the nasty, cold, wet, yet variable weather conditions encountered during training and racing in late Winter and early Spring in Northern Europe. So, Castelli (in collaboration with textile leader W.L. Gore) developed a new kind of garment - one that would satisfy Gabriel Rasch and Team Cervélo. The rest is history. The "Gabba" jersey quickly became such a favorite in the pro peloton that even non-Castelli sponsored riders would personally buy Gabba jerseys, blackout the lables, and race/train in them -including guys like Cancellara. The Gabba short-sleeve jersey is designed -to match- with Castelli's water-resistant Nano Flex arm-warmers. Start your cold morning ride with arm-warmers (and knee warmers) on and remove later if/when the sun peaks out. I wear the Gabba jersey over a mesh or light polypro vest baselayer for maximum performance. Castelli and Craft make great ones. Sizing: Size up +1 from your usual street size, per usual with Castelli. Even then it will be snug -as it should be. **The Gabba is part of Castelli's Rosso Corsa (race) line. This jersey is definitely tailored slim for the target rider: slim/fit/athletic riders.