Sanremo RoS Thermosuit
From bitter, blustery days to wet winter mornings, this versatile thermal cycling suit keeps you warm in a wide range of colder conditions. Windproof and water-resistant fabrics protect you from the elements, yet remain breathable so you don't overheat during high-intensity rides. The one-piece design works well for layering, and prevents chilly drafts from passing between the jacket and tights.
- Thermal cycling suit for cold riding in wet or dry conditions
- Progetto X2 Air chamois cushions against saddle rub
- Windproof, water-resistant front panel fends off the elements
- Stretch back panel improves mobility and breathability
- Taped shoulder seams for extra rain protection
- Removable sleeves adapts the garment to milder temps
- Two-rear pockets with pump sleeve store riding essentials
- Item #CST00UE
- [jacket front] GORE-TEX Infinium Windstopper 205 Warm, [jacket back] GORE-TEX Infinium Windstopper 203 Stretch, [tight] Nano Flex Xtra Dry
- Progetto X2 Air
- fall, winter, spring
- connected to jacket
- 2 rear, pump sleeve
- lower leg
- Claimed Weight
- [large] 640g
- Recommended Use
- road cycling
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
What do you think about this product?
May 31, 2021
- I've used it several times
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 5` 8"
- 148 lbs
After trying many different cold weather kit options (most being less expensive) I took the plunge on this one - Very Pleased. The construction, fit and comfort are top notch. Tight without being constricting. Able to layer under with a base and over with a snug jacket without restricting movement. Really a perfect product for me. Get one for next winter before they are gone!
December 2, 2020
Good morning - I’m trying to determine which size will fit me best and am between the SM and M. I have the Castelli Sanremo shortsleeve triathlon suit that fits perfect in a medium (and just ordered another). However, when I evaluate the sizing guideline for the Thermosuit, small seems to fit the measurements better, with the exception of chest. I’m 5’8”, 147lb, chest 38, waist 29-30, hip 37, inseam 32. So, is this Thermosuit designed for a skin tight fit to allow layering on top, or is it designed to layer underneath? Given that it is black, I generally opt for bright (more visible) colors in cold weather riding, so I’m thinking layer on top, but I don’t want to feel like to much sausage in too little casing. Thanks. Ty