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The Santini Beta 2.0 promises to be the all-weather jersey that lets you leave the other layers at home, and it lives up to its technical credentials.

£129.99
Score 8

santini mago bib shorts

The Santini Mago bib shorts are some of the most comfortable bib shorts that money can buy thanks to the exceptional pad but lack real high quality touches.

£99.99
Score 8

Santini Interactive 30 jersey

To be honest, I probably shouldn’t be reviewing the Santini Interactive 3.0 jersey on its own. That’s because it has a zip along the back that means you can attach…

£100.00
Score 9

With a very traditional look whilst incorporating some cutting edge material technology that actually creates heat, the Santini BeHot bib tights should make a good choice for cold weather riding

£129.99
Score 7

Santini Vega Aquazero bib tights

Riding in the rain can be an unpleasant experience, but even if you decide to stick to the turbo while the heavens are actually open this winter, the likelihood is…

£129.99
Score 9

Anything north of £100 might seem a little steep for a long sleeve jersey, but the Santini Vega jersey will see an awful lot more use than your standard long…

£109.99
Score 9

Santini has constructed these warmers using its BeHot fabric, which it claims generates heat as it stretches and contracts. However, while this should have a decent effect on items such…

£29.99
Score 7

With Sunday 10th May being Italian National Bicycle Day and the Giro underway, no further excuse was necessary to don the replica Maglia Rosa from Santini and head out into…

£74.99
Score 9

When we see the Gore Windstopper badge on an item of clothing we have come to expect excellent quality, fit, breathability and warmth. The Santini Triton bib tights live up…

£159.99
Score 9

The period of mild weather at the start of January gave us an excuse to put the winter tights back in the wardrobe for a few days and hit the…

£40.00
Score 9