Ok, i got this and the shower pass and the Castelli Squadra. Orderd 2 sizes of the squadra but too tight under the arm pits. XL and 2XL. Cheap price but wasnt happening. (WBW, bless their souls, charged me twice for the return! Remains unresolved)
Shower Pass beats both hands down in quality, fabric and overall design and is cheaper than the SupreLeggera. So why did I choose this? Good question. The only reason i never took the shower pass is that there was excessive fabric around the waist (see my review on the Shwr Pss) The Super Leggera gets 5 stars for fabric weight and packability. Hence Super Leggera! Which it most certainly is. It looses 4 stars for build quality. For example, the cuffs are 1mm neoprene, stretchy, great, no probs there. But, where they join to the sleeve seam, there is no stretch. So very difficult to get on and off whilst riding. Looses major points for this alone! Have to be able to remove whislt cycling in a group.
There is a design feature w Castelli that they offset the one side of the zip when fully zipped to your neck. So one side is about 10mm highr than the other. Very annoying. Better if zip was offset left or right. In the end, I took this over the Shower Pass but to be honest, i am not impressed by it. Also, more $ than the Shower Pass surprisingly.
Orderd XL. Fits average. Flaps a bit on the shoulders over 30kmhr. Waist and arms are good length and fit. I usually order med in Craft, which Is my preferred cycling brand.
I am 5.92ft (511')long arms, 162, 39 chst, 32 wst. I would be interested in looking a the Craft featherlight or something similar.
I purchased these gloves and have used them on 30-40 degree temperature rides in central Kentucky. They were warm but unfortunately my hands get very sweaty in them. As such I have switched to a more breathable pair of gloves. Durability has been excellent thus far.
These gloves are great for autumn and spring riding when the temps are not low enough to require a winter glove, but not warm enough for bare hands. I use them on dry rides for temps 8-14 Celsius. They are nice option to something like the Defeet Wool Duraglove, which also fit in the same temperature range but IMO they stretch out and eventually tear too soon. The Castelli Lightness holds its shape better, but they are not the most durable either. I shredded the palm when I stupidly wiped a tire with the glove on. I'll knock off a star because I felt they should have survived that, but they are good enough that I bought a replacement pair.
This was one of my first cycling jerseys. The build quality is very good. Went through the first season with no notable wear, excellent. The fit is Castelli, I bought large and I am 5-10, 170 lbs, 40 chest. Very good look, my wife's favorite. The fabric feel is good but not as soft as the Poddio Dopio, PI Elite Pursuit, Twin 6. All in all this is a solid jersey, well made, good looking, and comfortable enough. I would buy another.