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Old 08-25-16, 12:54 AM   #1
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Feedback for the SANREMO 2 THERMOSUIT

hi everybody,

i know that in many parts of the northern hemisphere its still summer. Nevertheless i started to think about the phrase "winter is coming" and looking around for some nice Autumn/winter clothes.

As i use already the Sanremo Speedsuit i thought about getting the SANREMO 2 THERMOSUIT.

Its quite pricey so does anybody have it and give me some feedback? is it worth the money?

The last years i used the combination of long bibs and long jerseys with castelli flandern windstopper shirt underneath.
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I've never owned any Castelli, but I'm considering picking up a few jackets and the lighter weight ones seem to be "made in china" and the heavier ones are made in Macau. Not sure if they are just as good, but isn't all there stuff made in Italy? Sure seems like it should be at the prices they want...
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I've never owned any Castelli, but I'm considering picking up a few jackets and the lighter weight ones seem to be "made in china" and the heavier ones are made in Macau. Not sure if they are just as good, but isn't all there stuff made in Italy? Sure seems like it should be at the prices they want...
nope, they have different Made in * locations. I have stuff from them made in Romania.
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