17 October 2011

Good for Bad Weather: Castelli Nanoflex

When it comes to cycling gear that's good for bad weather, BicyclingHub.com and Bicycling Magazine agree: Castelli's Nanoflex fabric routinely outperforms other brands and wins many fans for life.

A favorite BicyclingHub staff pick since the revolutionary Nanoflex fabric was introduced last year, Castelli engineered its NanoFlex stretch with millions of tiny silicone nano-filaments to create the most water-repellent fabric known to man (or woman).  Just watch our YouTube video below and watch in disbelief as droplets of water bead and roll off the surface, rather than permeating the outer membrane and soaking through.

Apparently Bicycling Magazine agrees, as Castelli Nanoflex arm and knee warmers got the nod in the October 2011 issue. "These comfortable, flexible warmers will keep you toasty on cool spring or fall mornings, but are so light you'll forget they're in your pockets after you've shed them for the day. Water-repellent nano fibers won't keep you dry in a downpour, but light drizzle beads on the surface, giving you a chance to seek shelter before the skies open."

NOTE:  While the editors of Bicycling advise, "The fit is slightly large, so size down," the manufacturer recommends ordering arm and knee warmers in the same size as your Castelli jersey or Castelli shorts. For example, if you wear a Castelli jersey in size Medium, order Castelli arm warmers in size Medium; if you wear Castelli cycling shorts or bib shorts in size Large, order Castelli knee and/or leg warmers in size Large.

BicyclingHub.com staff are well-versed in navigating through Castelli sizing to help you find the optimal fit. For additional questions, call our cycling clothing experts toll-free at 1-888-817-8060 or e-mail us at customerservice@bicyclinghub.com .

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