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Fit enough for riding, or just show your love for cycling.
Worn off-the-bike by members of the Garmin-Cervelo professional cycling team, the Castelli DS Jacket is lightweight, comfortable, and stylish. It doesn't scream out that you're a cyclist incognito; rather you'll look sleek and be recognizable as one only by those in the know.
The DS Jacket is a cross between a windbreaker and track jacket and is made with a blend of stretch polyester and spandex. It features a full-length zipper and two zippered front pockets. All have locking zippers with sprung pulls -- flip them up to adjust the zipper height, then flip them back down and they stay put and look sleek to match the rest of the jacket. At the bottom hem you'll find an adjustable waist cord. Throw it on after a ride, on your way to the gym, or for your next pre-race press conference.
The Castelli DS Jacket is Black with a reflective rear stripe and subtle silicone graphic print down the right side of the chest. There is an embroidered Castelli logo and an Italian tricolore between the shoulders in back, along with the Castelli Scorpion motif on the right breast and the left hip. It is available in five sizes from Small through XX-Large.
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Love this jacket, worth every penny!
I wanted a good jacket for fall and spring riding and I found it. One, it looks great and has nice lines. At first, I thought the sleeves were to long then realized it would be good when I was on the bike. Sleeves stayed down all the way when riding. I usually wear a medium t-shirt and I got the xxl in the jacket. So, yeah they run small, but if you use the size chart all is well. Can't express how much I love this jacket.
Can I assume sizing would be similar to...
Can I assume sizing would be similar to what I would expect in their jerseys? I usually wear a large jersey but with the Castelli jerseys I find that I need an extra-large so I'm assuming an XL jacket would be in order for me as well. I'm 6', 195 lbs with average proportions (torso, arms, etc.). Thanks for any input here!