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gios 08-06-19 03:49 AM

Other than the Castelli site, who sells Castelli jerseys?
 
other than the castelli site, who sells castelli jerseys?

cb400bill 08-06-19 04:02 AM

https://www.competitivecyclist.com/castelli

https://www.coloradocyclist.com/cast...cling-clothing

https://www.westernbikeworks.com/sea...RoCw_MQAvD_BwE

https://www.chainreactioncycles.com/castelli

https://www.merlincycles.com/en-us/b...ycle-clothing/

https://www.jensonusa.com/Bike-Jerseys?brand=Castelli

https://www.moosejaw.com/search/castelli

TimothyH 08-06-19 06:02 AM

Backcountry.com.

Work with one of their "gearhead" reps and they will give you free two day shipping and free returns.

Also Sigma Sports in England.


-Tim-

gios 08-06-19 12:58 PM

Thanks!

bruce19 08-07-19 01:43 AM

I have been very pleased with Competitive Cyclist. OTOH....I recently bought a Castelli headband for $11. It is the most worthless item I've bought in years. I know it's just a headband but, really?

Dr.Lou 08-09-19 05:05 PM

I’ve bought a few off eBay

Princess_Allez 08-11-19 06:49 PM


Originally Posted by bruce19 (Post 21063848)
I have been very pleased with Competitive Cyclist. OTOH....I recently bought a Castelli headband for $11. It is the most worthless item I've bought in years. I know it's just a headband but, really?

I had the exact opposite experience. I bought the summer sweat-cap and it's super absorbent, well ventilated and made of soft materials; two thumbs up from me.

eja_ bottecchia 08-11-19 06:55 PM

Amazon...of course. :thumb:

bruce19 08-11-19 06:56 PM


Originally Posted by Princess_Allez (Post 21070825)
I had the exact opposite experience. I bought the summer sweat-cap and it's super absorbent, well ventilated and made of soft materials; two thumbs up from me.

I'm going to guess your sweat cap and my head band are made from two different materials.

Princess_Allez 08-11-19 08:31 PM


Originally Posted by bruce19 (Post 21070835)
I'm going to guess your sweat cap and my head band are made from two different materials.

Must be. I would assume the sweatband part is the same material, but I guess not. Mine is almost like a synthetic silk.

bruce19 08-12-19 04:45 AM


Originally Posted by Princess_Allez (Post 21070940)
Must be. I would assume the sweatband part is the same material, but I guess not. Mine is almost like a synthetic silk.

Mine has a similar feel. Problem is it doesn't absorb anything. I tried to find the actual material used and couldn't. My rolled up bandanas are much better than my headband. Glad yours works.

Princess_Allez 08-12-19 04:31 PM


Originally Posted by bruce19 (Post 21071206)
Mine has a similar feel. Problem is it doesn't absorb anything. I tried to find the actual material used and couldn't. My rolled up bandanas are much better than my headband. Glad yours works.

I mean, it holds sweat up until a point of saturation. If I'm out riding mid-day, in 90F+ weather, then my sweat cap reaches saturation. I apply pressure and the sweat drips out. I do this every 10-15mins. I'm a sweaty person and primarily sweat from my forehead. Anything below this point of heat and it doesn't become saturated.

ericzamora 08-15-19 02:56 AM

Steep And Cheap is also a place to find Castelli. Great prices, owned by Backcountry:
https://www.steepandcheap.com

eric/fresno, ca.


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