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The Women's Alpha Jacket

Castelli took on the challenge of creating a jacket specifically made for winter climbing last year with the inaugural version of the Alpha. The brand received such positive feedback for the effort that the jacket is back, now available as the Alpha Jacket for women.

The Men's Elemento 2 7X(AIR) Jacket

Winter cycling used to present the dilemma of needing to stay warm but not sweat, all the while staying streamlined. The Elemento 2 7X(AIR) jacket makes this a thing of the past with its heat-trapping, moisture-wicking 7X(AIR) construction, WindShear wind-blocking inserts and a slim, aerodynamically-minded fit.


From socks to skullcaps and gloves, Castelli makes a wide vareity of cycling clothing accessories to enhance your look and ride.

The Gabba Collection

The Gabba 2 embodies Castelli's ethos of minimalism in construction by using as few fabrics and seams as possible. With the exception of the stretchy Nano Flex inserts in the underarms, the entire jersey is made from Windstopper X-Lite fabric. Windstopper X-Lite has 1.4 billion impossibly small pores per square-inch that guard your microclimate jealously. They don't let wind in, but they do let moisture and water vapor out, keeping you cool and corfortable for your entire ride.

The Free Aero Bib Shorts

Castelli’s Free Aero Race Bib Shorts hide their assets in their name. Namely, free speed, aerodynamics, and race-oriented. The Free Aeros utilize a variety of surface textures, fabrics, and time in the wind tunnel to deliver a claimed 10-watt savings at 50kph. This may not seem like much, but those savings add up over even a two or three hour ride, and could mean the difference between enough power for a sprint and pedaling lamely to the line.

About Castelli

Although accomplished bike racer and master tailor Maurizio Castelli founded Castelli Cycling in 1974, the brand can trace its roots in cycling back near the dawn of the 20th century. Maurizio's father Armando was a tailor for icons of the Italian sports world, and taught Maruzio his craft. Armando counted cyclists like the legendary Fausto Coppi among his clients, and that proximity to greatness led his son to develop an interest in bicycle racing that led to him branching out on his own to found Castelli Cycling.

Maurizio's penchant for innovation was first realized when, in 1977, he built the world's first pair of Lycra cycling shorts, and in the process, revolutionized cycling clothing forever. His sense of flair was no less pronounced, and the combination of a standout aesthetic and a racer's sense of functionality earned Castelli a legion of followers that continues to this day.

Partnering with some of the sport's most prolific teams has fueled Castelli's development of exceptional cycling attire. From bib shorts and jerseys to essential accessories like arm and leg warmers, Castelli considers its clothing "An Unfair Advantage", and while we're in no position to be objective, we agree that products like the climber's favorite Inferno kit or the aerodynamic Body Paint bib shorts are clear leaders in their respective categories. And when you consider that the range includes skinsuits, triathlon suits, cycling vests, and most anything else you could need to stay covered on your bike, it's likely that Castelli will continue to be a staple for amateur and professional cyclists for years to come.