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CastelliSpettacolo RoS Glove - Men's


Item # CST00NW

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Item # CST00NW

Spettacolo RoS Glove

Castelli left no stone unturned when developing the Spettacolo RoS Glove. Their goal was to fix everything they didn't like about winter gloves and create something that is warm but not bulky, easy to get on and off, and resists the elements while remaining breathable and comfortable. Rain or shine, these gloves excel in both wet and dry conditions, with smart features that make winter riding more enjoyable.

They're made of a stretchy, water-resistant, windproof outer shell that blocks cold wind while shedding light to moderate precipitation. The shell houses PrimaLoft Gold insulation that stays warm without adding weight or bulk. To address comfort, Castelli uses a soft inner liner that won't interfere with sweaty hands, and a water-resistant zippered closure that lets you open the gloves almost completely, allowing easy on and off without dreaded liner pull-out. Castelli finishes the glove with silicone print on the palm engineered for optimal grip on the bars, as well as touchscreen inserts on the fingertip so you can operate your phone without subjecting your fingers to the cold.

  • Winter cycling glove that excels in both wet & dry conditions
  • Shell blocks wind and moisture while remaining breathable
  • PrimaLoft Gold insulation provides warmth without bulk
  • Water-repellent zipper simplifies on/off and slims up the glove
  • Soft inner liner is comfortable against your skin
  • Silicone print on palm & fingers improves grip on the bars
  • Touchscreen compatibility allows phone use without cold fingers
  • Castelli continues to revolutionize inclement weather gear

Tech Specs
Material[shell] stretch water-resistant windproof synthetic, [insulation] PrimaLoft Gold
Recommended Useroad cycling
Manufacturer Warranty1 year


Hand Circumference

< 7.2in

(< 18.4cm)

7.2 - 8in

(18.4 - 20.3cm)

8 - 8.7in

(20.3 - 22.2cm)

8.7 - 9.5in

(22.2 - 24.1cm)

9.5 - 10.2in

(24.1 - 26cm)

> 10.2in

(> 26cm)

Hand Circumference

< 6.5in

(< 16.6cm)

6.5 - 7.2in

(16.6 - 18.4cm)

7.2 - 7.9in

(18.4 - 20.2cm)

7.9 - 8.7in

(20.2 - 22cm)

> 8.7in

(> 22cm)

How to Measure:
Measure around the widest part of your hand, excluding the thumb.

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Best winter/shoulder season glove EVER.

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
5` 11"
151 lbs

The zip feature and how far down it opens is awesome. 1-it allows for a very trim fit while also being one of the easiest gloves to put on that i've ever had in 35 years of riding and racing. 2-that same zip design also allows for very wide temperature usage range from under 35 to easily 55 because opening it up allows heat to draft off. It's just like a zipper for your jacket, so awesome! 3-the zip also allowed for designing a VERY trim wrist cuff and hand shape which I love. All other warm gloves have to be stupid bulky like you're wearing giant paws for hands. These are race precision trim while still very warm. Plenty of people who apparently still wear junk on their wrists while riding which I just don't understand. Your wrist likes free flexibility ideally, not some object bunching up the joint. Also, why would a company want to try allowing for one persons' fat wrist choice vs most people putting the tech onto the bar where you can actually utilize it's functions?! For nordic skiiing we put said device OVER the sleeve, not hiding it underneath. So if you must wear your wrist thing, put it on over the jacket sleeve just above where the glove would end..... On sizing, it's true, just measure your hand and go with your preference then if near other chart size. Always cross reference a manufacturer web site for sizing info.

>Rating: 4

Castelli Gear Is The Best

I've used it several times
Runs small
Size Bought
5` 9"
178 lbs

Gloves provide wonderful protection in cold weather. My only complaint is the zippered fastener won't close completely, if you are wearing a smartwatch or fitness tracker. Other than that small inconvenience, they are great cold weather gloves.

most people put any fitness tech onto the bar so you can see it without twisting your wrist or raising your hand or having to deal with the obvious layering aspects. plus it's safer to just glance at or quickly dab with a finger buttons when on the bar.

>Rating: 5

Great glove for workouts or commuting

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I have worn these gloves in the rain in temperatures down to 31F. My hands were dry and warm (30 mins of light rain riding). The first thing I noticed is how soft the interior of the glove is. Super comfortable and not bulky, but warm. I haven’t had the problem of the grip wearing off. Time will tell I guess. Also, didn’t have the cuff problem. I have a Castelli Alpha RoS Lite jacket (for training) and a regular thin ringed elastic cuff insulated jacket (for cold commutes). I put the glove over the RoS or under the insulated jacket with no problems. I also wear a watch on my left hand and it is a little tight on that side, but it still works. Overall I’m very happy with these gloves. Size up 1 as usual for Castelli.

>Rating: 3

Decent but Problematic.

I've used it several times
True to size
Size Bought
5` 11"
149 lbs

First of all, the silicone grid palm started to shear off after only two rides—right where the palms contact the hoods. Hardly inspires confidence with regard to long-term durability. Since I have had good luck with Castelli gloves in the past, I am otherwise okay with them. I have reapplied the grip with Shoe Goo instead of sending them back right away. Insulation is minimal but works okay, maximizing dexterity. They are fairly warm—acceptable at 39 degrees; we will see how they do below that. Fit is good overall, especially the snugness around the wrist, ensured by the zip cuff. The index fingertip is too long, though, possibly due to the less pliable touchscreen-compatible material used there? I have not used these in wet conditions, preferring neoprene for that, but they seem capable of shedding water.


Hey Scoop, How are they holding up in the 20's?

>Rating: 3

Really narrow cuffs

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

While I don't think I'll return these, I had some high hopes these would be great gloves. Unfortunately, I think Castelli made a design flaw here. I found them just way too tight at the wrist. It's very difficult to completely zip the zipper and that's with normal sized arms. It's impossible to wear a watch with these gloves. I did use them during a 23deg ride and they were more than warm enough. I just wish Castelli would have made some more roominess in the cuff to allow the glove to be pulled over watches and sleeves.

"roominess" would have made these a total flop in my opinion. Why are you people trying to wear junk on wrists while riding ? The snug fit is to keep the draft out