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Castelli Team Sky Long Sleeve Thermal Jersey

  • Fabric - Warmer fabric for excellent warmth and wicking
  • Construction - Elastic waistband to avoid jersey riding up
  • Sleeve Length - Extended length sleeve for comfort when riding
  • Fastening - Covered front zipper for maximum graphic application
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Castelli's exciting new partnership with Team Sky produces the perfect jersey for pre race warm ups, cool weather training rides and even the occasional race in the harshness of British Winter. The Castelli Team Sky Long Sleeve Thermal Jersey uses a high wicking fleece fabric to add warmth and comfort, while the long sleeves ensure your fully protected even on the drops. While the 3 rear pockets ensure you will have somewhere to stash your gilet and food.

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The 2017 jersey design brings a sort of British-Italian fusion. Designed by Richard Pearce, the graphic celebrates the victories in Team Sky’s first 7 seasons. The classic Breton shirt served as inspiration but has been reimagined in a data pattern with each stripe on the Castelli Team Sky Long Sleeve Thermal Jersey representing a specific Team Sky victory. The longest lines are the 4 Tour de France victories, with Chris Froome’s 2016 victory immediately below the Sky logo on the chest.

The short dashes represent one-day races, while the medium-length lines represent multiday stage races, with the number of stages determining the length of the line. WorldTour races are blue lines, while non-WorldTour races are white. Perhaps most significantly, the gaps represent the ambition for future victories. The front of the jersey is made up of victories by 2017 team members, with the exception of Sir Bradley Wiggins’ 2012 Tour win, which has a special place in Team Sky history.