Castelli Ergo Tights/Pants

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MSRP : $157.95


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We get excited any time a garment can serve multiple functions. It cuts down on spending, and in the case of the Castelli Ergo No Chamois Tights, it can do everything exceptionally well. The Ergo Tights come without a chamois, so you can use them over your favorite cycling shorts or for everything from Nordic skiing to running. The Ergos allow you to make the world your winter wonderland without fear of frostbite.The Castelli Ergo No Chamois Tights place an emphasis on multi-disciplinary comfort. Featuring a design that's principle purpose is a comfortable, barely-there fit; the Ergo Tights' performance is achieved through the use of Castelli's popular Thermoflex fabric. Thermoflex gives you the benefit of having lightweight, stretchy tights that warm like a light jacket on your legs and fit like you're off to the races. Thermoflex also features a fleecy inner lining that traps a layer of warm air on your skin while it wicks away moisture to the quick-drying Ergo surface. This process provides a consistent warmth and dryness that you'll appreciate when it's in the 40s. The Ergo has added extra comfort by incorporating flat silicone ankle grippers and reflective camlock ankle zippers.The Castelli Ergo No Chamois Tights are available in six sizes from Small to XXX-Large, and in the color Black.



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Campa Ergo lever problem

I'm installing a pair of 10sp Chorus levers, but when I install the front brake, it pulls the lever too far back. Anyone know what to do? Here's the left lever: [IMG]http://bechbox.dk/photo/bike/chorus_problem/chorus_lever2.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://bechbox.dk/photo/bike/chorus_problem/chorus_ ... Read More »

Question for SRAM Red ergo users

When you shift from your smallest cog up one cog, do you have a "double click"? I don't start getting the double click until I'm in the second smallest cog. Then I get a double click all the way up the cog.Read More »

Compatibility of 2nd gen 10 speed ergo with current derailleur

Hello all. I've posted this question elsewhere, so apologies if you inhabit both forums! I've recently upgraded a 9 speed 2nd generation ergo lever to 10 speed by changing the index cams. All went well! I've since noticed there's a lot of play in my old rear derailleur where it attaches to the h ... Read More »

Focus Izalco 'Ergo' frames/bikes for racing?

I'm confused on these frames. They're advertised as 'comfort', but they have the exact same geometry as the women's 'Donna' frames. Looking at the geo and compared to the 'race' Izalco, they're very similar. Only difference I can see is that the Ergo has a taller headtube, and a sloping seat tube. I ... Read More »

Difference between all the ergo shifter variants

Ok, so what are the major differences between the various 10 spd shifters? Some versions have "10Ultra" on the right shifter and the left shifter says either "ultra" or "carbon BB system". In another, the right shifter says "10 speed" and the left says "carbon BB system". Another says "10 Micron" ... Read More »

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