- Product Dimensions: 18 x 12 x 2 inches ; 1.2 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B075ZN113G
- Item model number: Castelli
- Average Customer Review: 9 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #91,224 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Castelli 2017/18 Men's Alpha ROS Cycling Jacket - B17502
|Price:||$209.97 - $349.99|
|Sale:||Lower price available on select options|
- Material: [membrane/laminate] Windstopper 150, [face fabric] 100% polyester, [liner] 90% polyester, 10% elastane
- Waterproof Rating: 10,000mm
- Season: winter
- Fit: form-fitting
- Length: hip
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Cold-weather cycling creates a conundrum. Naturally, we want to stay as warm as we can but if the jacket doesn't breathe well and we get too hot, we'll begin to sweat. This isn't a good thing especially if we start descending and the wind chill cools our damp jacket. To truly stay comfortable, it is imperative to have something that keeps the elements out yet regulates body temps. Leave it to the wizards at Castelli to produce a piece of kit that defies our expectation of what we know of a winter jacket. The Alpha ROS Jacket is ready for Rain Or Shine and is there to help make all of your winter rides more enjoyable. What's really nice about this jacket is that it works so well, it inspires us to go ride even in the worse conditions. The Alpha ROS Jacket's two-layer construction separates the thermal insulation layer from the wind- and waterproof outer shell. A double front opening to diffuse the cold air when you open up to ventilate on the climbs and prevent overheating. The thermal layer is breathable and is able dissipate heat easily so temperature regulation is an all over affair and not just confined to small pockets. If things heat up even more, the thermal layer can also be zipped down. By crating two layers, each can do their job more efficiently. The thermal piece adds warmth and is more breathable while the outer Windstopper fabric keeps you dry and keeps the chill out. This results in you being less clammy at the top of the climb, and with a quick zip up, you can descend shiver-free since you'll be warm and dry. By using Gore's new Windstopper light rain-resistant membrane and DWR treatment, selective seam sealing, careful seam placement and construction, and a waterproof YKK Vislon zipper the jacket is essentially waterproof without compromising characteristics making it such a great dry-weather jacket too. No matter the weather report or what kind of ride or training you have on tap, this jacket pretty much guarantees a dry and warm experience. ...
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I would say that with two or three well thought layers below, this would be comfy down to the mid-teens. I have used it between 14F (for two hours) and 45F.
Nice tight fit and nothing flapping around (as in Rapha.)
I would highly recommend this for the serious winter cyclist.
I have castelli medium alpha ros jacket that is tight but when riding feels perfect
This was a large so tiny I sent back ordered a XXL HA! I’m 175 5’11” I mean I got some upper body but come on !!!