Castelli got rave reviews when Milano-Sanremo and Ghent-Wevelgem got hammered by snow and sub-zero temperatures, and half the pro-peloton was equipped with the black stealth looking, fully aero, fully breathable and fully protected Gabba WS Jersey.
The Gabba WS Jersey has become the pro’s favorite piece for wet, cool, and dry conditions. Core protection without overheatingis great even when the sun is shining. And the unmatched breathability keeps you drier than your old jacket that just became obsolete. Sharp eyes will notice how many pro riders from other teams use the original Gabba with the logos blacked out. Some other brands have tried to copy it, but pros know they’re at a disadvantage if they don’t have a real Gabba.
HOW IT ALL BEGAN
It began in 2009 when a focus group of Cervélo TestTeam riders worked with our engineers to develop and improve clothing for cold and wet conditions. During one of these sessions, CTT rider Gabriel Rasch, nickname Gabba, came up with the idea of a stretchy, formfitting short-sleeve rain jersey that could be paired with the water-resistant Nanoflex arm warmers to create an outfit that was perfectly geared to the foul weather of the Spring Classics.
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