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Slipstream Sports & Castelli Unveil Dark Argyle Training Jersey

Slipstream Sports and Castelli are introducing a new training jersey that features all the design excellence and technology of the 2016 green argyle racing kit. The training jersey will play an integral role in the riders’ daily training, at team training camps and on joint rides away from the races.

Team 2.0 Dark Argyle Training Jersey from Castelli Cycling on Vimeo.

In the design process for 2016, the team’s signature argyle pattern was given a more prominent position on the jersey. For the training jersey, the Cannondale green base color has been replaced by black. The dark argyle jersey, which features the Argyle Armada motif of Slipstream Sports with a green Cannondale logo emblazoned across the chest, is paired with black team shorts to keep the look classic.


The Team 2.0 Dark Argyle Jersey maintains the same pattern fit and technology used in more technical race jerseys, making this piece a great option for training days. Key features include Aero Race 5.1 patterning for improved aerodynamics, mesh side panels and Prosecco Strada hydrophylic treatment to keep the riders drier and more comfortable, and a full-length YKK® Vislon zip with a zipper pull that makes one-handed zipping up or down easy on the bike.


A limited release of the training jersey is available in stores and online. Visit the Castelli website or Slipstream Sports for more details.


About Castelli
Castelli apparel has always represented the finest in Italian quality and innovation for cyclists seeking maximum performance. With roots that date back to 1876, Castelli has a long history of cycling-industry firsts, including the first Lycra racing shorts, the first colored shorts, the first sublimation-printed jerseys, the first windproof membranes, the first anatomic seat pad, the lightest jersey ever produced and the most aerodynamic jersey ever produced.



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