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Castelli Climber's 2.0 Jersey - Women's

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sale $103.96 Original price:$129.95


Why We Like the Climber's 2.0 Jersey

Built for long rides with a scary amount of elevation gain, the Climber's 2.0 Jersey is the one to wear when things get steep. It's no one-trick pony though, and we've found it works well in hot weather and is an ideal base layer in cooler weather or rain under a vest or jacket thanks to its minimal moisture absorption. The inner lining keeps things modest and adds a nice design detail to this highly technical jersey.

  • A hot weather jersey with meshy fabric and UV protection
  • Flusso 3D fabric on the front and sleeve, Strada 3D for breathability
  • Rapid cooling, light, and aero efficiency engineered for riding
  • Raw-cut sleeve ending lies flat to prevent irritation
  • Ride in the spring, summer, and fall with or without a base layer
  • Item #CSTZ7GH

Flusso 3D
spring, summer, fall
3 rear
Recommended Use
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Excellent jersey for warm weather

I've used it several times
True to size
Size Bought
5` 4"
125 lbs

This jersey is excellent for warm weather with more ventilation than most jerseys including the front. It is typical Castelli some slim fitting. I am 5'4", 125 lbs athletic figure, ordered a M and it fits skin tight. The styling is Castelli so it is nice with attention to detail. You need to wear a bra, base layer or bibs with mesh on the front because the front material is fully ventilated - see thru. I bought the light blue/aqua.

>Rating: 3

May be for climbers, not descenders

I've used it several times
True to size
Size Bought
5` 4"
108 lbs

This jersey is marketed towards climbers. If you’re a climber, you’re probably also a “descender.” The problem is that the front body of this jersey is so loose that it flaps in the wind on descents. It doesn’t help that they used a bulkier zipper, which tends to bunch up more than the thinner zippers when used with such thin fabric. There’s also a bit of fabric on the shoulders that flaps, even after adjusting the sleeves. I wish Castelli would make this more of a race cut because I otherwise like the top. The fabric is very comfortable and keeps cool on hot rides. The seamless sleeves are comfortable. The neckline sits comfortably without poking my neck. This could be a great top if you have trouble with jerseys being too tight in the abdomen.