Best Castelli Cyber Monday deals 2021: Warm winter gloves and best in class jackets

Our pick of the best deals on Castelli cycling clothing from online retailers in the UK and US

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Who doesn't love the famous, storied Italian brand that was founded in Milan in 1876? The Scorpion logo has come to signify innovation, quality and style – and it often has the price tag to match.

However, there are some great Cyber Monday deals on Castelli cycling clothing – so we've picked out some of the best below. Cyber Monday marks the tail end of the pre-Christmas Black Friday sales, and often brings the best offers. 

While these are our current favourites, be sure to check in with our best Cyber Monday 2021 hub page for all the best deals and savings over this cyber week on all things cycling related. 

The Cycling Weekly tech team has many years of experience – and we're big fans of Castelli clothing ourselves – so we know a good deal when we see one and we would never recommend something that we wouldn't wear ourselves.

If you're familiar with Castelli you'll already know this, but many retailers recommend going up one size as Italian kit can come up small.

Where to find the best Cyber Monday Castelli deals in the US right now?

There are some great savings to be had across the web, but our favourite retailers to check right now are: 

Where to find the best Cyber Monday Castelli deals in the UK right now?

There seems to be a little more choice of Castelli retailers when it comes to the UK, so we're pleased to give a healthy list of our go to on-line stores when looking for great deals:

Best Cyber Monday Castelli deals: US

$202.49 at Competitive Cyclist

Castelli Perfetto RoS convertible jacket: $269.99 $202.49 at Competitive Cyclist

Save 25%. Fans of Castelli's Perfetto RoS jacket (which we are!) will tell you that it's hard to beat when you need protection against the cold and the wet but still require breathability for those high-intensity efforts. But if you're interested in getting a little more 'bang for your buck' then the convertible option should appeal. It's got all the tech and details that make the original Perfetto so great: Gore Infinium fabrics, taped seams, two deep pockets and a Gabba-esque drop tail for added protection against wheel spray. But now, thanks to the removable sleeves, it can double up as a Spring jersey. Like many of Castelli's high-end offerings it doesn't come cheap but this deal makes it far more affordable and a practical choice that will handle three seasons of riding.

$59.99 at Competitive Cyclist.

Castelli Intenso UL shoecovers: $79.99 $59.99 at Competitive Cyclist.

Save 25%. Avoiding cold and wet feet this winter is a must. Castelli's Intenso UL shoecovers are made with a blend of neoprene and Gore-Tex Infinium. In short this means they'll block out the wind and rain as well creating a comfy, insulated fit. They extend well up the calf for increased protection while the rear zip makes them easy to get on and off. The sole and lower panels are made from durable material too, an area which is often a weak link. Suitable for two and three-bolt cleats, they're currently available in three colours including the highly visible orange and yellow fluro options. The Intenso UL shoecovers are a great choice even at full price, but saving $20 sweetens the deal even more.

$277.49 at Competitive Cyclist

Castelli Alpha RoS 2 jacket: $369.99 $277.49 at Competitive Cyclist

Save 25%. The Alpha RoS 2 is well-equipped to deal with the worst of the winter weather. In fact Castelli are happy to promote this as a jacket that can handle temperatures below freezing. It does this thanks to a combination of an inner layer of insulation and an outer made from Gore-Tex Infinium, which forms a trusted barrier against the wind and the rain. Other winter-friendly details include the double layer cuffs that really form a seal against the elements as well as taped seams and a water-resistant zip. But the Alpha RoS 2 also makes sure you don't overheat when working hard thanks to rear vents. Loaded with detail the Alpha RoS 2 doesn't come cheap, making the sales the perfect time to invest in this high-end piece of kit.

$157.49 at Competitive Cyclist 

Castelli Sorpasso RoS bib tights: $209.99 $157.49 at Competitive Cyclist 

Save 25%. Winter bibs aren't all created equal. The Sorpasso Ros tights feature anatomically mapped panels which allow for unrestricted movement, especially around the knees and hips where other bibs can feel restrictive. They feature the brand's tried-and-tested nanoflex technology, which means they'll do a good job of keep you dry and warm. There's also the Progetto X2 air pad that's well-regarded for its comfort over long distances. And because these are a true winter bib they feature reflective panels on the calf zips to help you stay seen in low light. Good bibs don't come cheap but it's an investment well worth making if your want to ride through winter. Here you get to save $50 off the retail price, making them far more affordable.

$74.99 at Competitive Cyclist

Castelli Estremo winter gloves: $99.99 $74.99 at Competitive Cyclist

Save 25%. When the temperatures really start to plummet a great winter glove becomes essential. The Estremo certainly fits the bill. As it's name implies it's Castelli's deep winter offerings, designed for freezing temperatures and below. It features a long, adjustable cuff made from Gore-Tex Infinium fabric that allows you to create a seal to keep the cold out and the heat in. The inner material is made from a warm fleece that's pleasant against the skin and seriously warm, while the outer is water-resistant. Finally the palm is covered in silicone and is as grippy as they come. I've been wearing the gloves for a while now and they really do keep your hands toasty while still allowing you to access and operate the levers with confidence. In short, its a glove that should last several winters and a steal with 25% off.

$179.99 at Backcountry

Castelli Beta RoS jacket: $239.99 $179.99 at Backcountry

Save 25%. Winter riding doesn't always mean freezing temperatures. Often it's just damp and a bit chilly and this is where the Beta RoS jacket comes into its own. Designed to work in temperatures between 46-64 degrees F or 8-17 degrees C it provides a barrier against the elements while still allowing for great temperature regulation. To achieve this its made from a blend of Polartech NeoShell on the front and NanoFlex Light on the rear. Basically this means it blocks the winds and protects you from rear-wheel spray. Other handy features include three rear pockets, a drop tail and reflective detailing. In short its a high-performing  jacket for early-season racing and training. At under $200 this deal is too good to pass up.

$89.99 at Backcountry

Castelli Fondo long-sleeve jersey: $119.99 $89.99 at Backcountry

Save 25%. Castelli's long-sleeve Fondo jersey is a practical jersey thanks to its adaptability across the seasons. In the spring and early autumn it makes a great stand alone piece, with its high-loft fleece helping to keep you warm while still offer plenty of breathability. As winter approaches it pairs well under a vest or rain cape. And when the temperatures really drop it makes for an ideal cosy mid-layer under your winter jacket. It features three rear pockets, a full length zip, reflective strips on the arms and the rear and is available in a range of colours. At under $100 it's a genuine bargain. 

$74.99 at Backcountry

Castelli Flanders long sleeve baselayer: $99.99 $74.99 at Backcountry

Save 25%. A good base layer is worth its weight in gold, helping to keep you warm while wicking moisture away from your skin at the same time. Castelli's Flanders long sleeve offering does this by combining a high-loft fleece material with underarm mesh inserts to prevent overheating. It also boasts flatlock seams for added comfort and a flat hem that's easy to keep tucked into your bibs. Castelli lists the Flanders temp range as 25-50 degrees F or -4 -10 degrees C, making this an ideal choice for the winter months ahead. Thanks to this deal you can now pick it up for well under $100, making it a sound investment for your cold weather wardrobe.

$33.74 at Backcountry

Castelli Bandito cap: $44.99 $33.74 at Backcountry

Save 25%. At this time of year keeping your head warm is vital, whether you're braving the commute to work or training outdoors in the cold. Castelli's Bandito cap is built with this in mind.  Complete with ear flaps its made from a merino wool and polyester blend that's soft and cosy and fits nicely under your helmet. Styled like the traditional winter caps of days past it has bags of retro appeal but is thoroughly modern in its ability wick moisture away from your skin. Saving over $10 makes this practical piece of winter kit even more appealing.

$124.99 at Backcountry

Castelli Aero Race 6.0 full-zip jersey: $179.95 $124.99 at Backcountry

Save 31%. The Aero Race 6.0 is a cutting-edge race-fit jersey that combines Castelli's years of experience in helping to make cyclists faster. It's designed to cut through the wind; it features Velocity Rev2 fabric on the front, a specific seam construction and raw cut edges on the sleeves to reduce drag. Elsewhere there's a 3D mesh back that aids breathability, a drop tail and three rear pockets. All of this tech comes at a cost so now is a good time to invest in a jersey that's normally firmly in the premium price bracket. 

Best Cyber Monday Castelli deals: UK

£187 at Chain Reaction

Castelli Gavia Rain Jacket: £340 From £187 at Chain Reaction

Save 45%. Castelli's Gavia is a high-end technical jacket that's designed to keep out the worst of the rain. It's made using a three-layer Gore-Tex fabric as well as utilising a storm flap and a YKK AquaGuard zip to ensure you keep dry. Designed for racing and training, it provides a 'flap-free' fit with extra details like the long tail to protect against wheel spray and the stretch-fit cuffs that are created to work seamlessly with your winter gloves to block out any drafts. Finally the Gavia offers good levels of breathability too. All this tech usually comes with a hefty price tag, but with this deal you can get a pro-level rain jacket for under £200.

£105 at Tredz

Castelli Prologo jacket: £195 £105 at Tredz

Save 46%. Winter riding demands clothing that's both warm and breathable. Castelli's Prologo jacket is one such garment. It's made from Gore-Tex Infinium X-Fast fabric that combines a soft and cosy fleece material with windproof and breathable properties. It features a high collar to really block out the wind and three rear pockets to hold all your gear. The Prologo jacket also scores plenty of style points thanks to its retro appeal and prominent use of the iconic Castelli type. At just over £100 it's great value: a practical yet stylish jacket that should see through the worst of this winter.

£65 at Sigma Sports

Castelli Perfetto RoS gloves: £75 £65 at Sigma Sports

Save £10. We like Castelli's Perfetto RoS gloves so much we gave them the Cycling Weekly Editor's Choice Award. Made from Gore-Tex's  Infinium fabric they are windproof and water resistant with a fleece lining that's both warm and comfortable against the skin. Despite all this, they are surprisingly lightweight, with their lack of bulk aiding dexterity. To further improve control they also feature silicon zones on the palm. Finally like all decent winter gloves they include some reflective detailing. 

£125 at Tredz

Castelli Goccia Cycling jacket: £170 £125 at Tredz

Save 26%. Castelli's Goccia jacket is a race fit waterproof that's ideally suited to racing and training in the wet. It's constructed from Tempesta Stretch fabric that provides 10,000mm of waterproofness as well as blocking the wind while still offering great breathability. It features an extra-long drop tail to help protect you from wheel spray as well as reflective detailing to help improve your visibility. And like all good race capes it's lightweight (just 200 grams) and can be easily stuffed into your jersey pocket when not in use. A no-nonsense waterproof is a must-have for any road cyclist and the Goccia is just that - and at £125 it's a genuinely great deal.

£210

Castelli Perfetto RoS long sleeve jersey: £210 £140 at Sigma Sports.

Save 33%. Is it a jersey? Is it a jacket? Whichever title you prefer, the Perfetto RoS is certainly one versatile piece of kit. The Gore-Tex Infinium material means it's both water-resistant and windproof, while the two zip side vents allow you to control air flow when you're working hard. There's also the Gabba-style drop tail from improved coverage, two large rear pockets for all your gear and reflective panels for those early morning starts. Combined with the race fit and you have an ideal autumn/winter jersey for racing and fast training rides in variable weather conditions. The Perfetto Ros is a high-performing jersey at any price, but at under £150 it's a genuine bargain. 

£71.99 at Chain Reaction

Castelli Explore Velocissimo bib tights: £120 £71.99 at Chain Reaction

Save 40%. The Expore Velocissimo are a no-nonsense pair of bibs that will get you through the worst of the winter. They feature a Thermoflex fabric which allows for plenty of movement while also being really warm. It's also got a brushed finish on the inside that feels good against the skin too, making these nice and cosy for those early morning rides. Castelli have fitted the bibs with the reliable Kiss Air pad, which is proven to be comfortable over long distances. The fit also lends itself to longer rides, with fewer seams to irrate as well as cut that provides decent support for your muscles. At well under £100 the Explore Velocissimo are a great addition to your winter cycling wardrobe.  

£49 at Wiggle

Castelli women's Velocissima 2 bib shorts: £100 £49 at Wiggle

Save 50%. The Velocissima 2 are mid-range bibs that borrow tech from Castelli's high-end shorts, such as raw cut edges and vertical silicone grippers for an improved fit. Built for comfort they also feature a Kiss Air 2 pad, the brand's Endurance Evolution fabric and mesh straps. In short, you're getting a pair of bibs that are well suited to a variety of conditions and rides both long and short. The sales period is an ideal time to add a few staples to your cycling wardrobe and the Velocissima 2 shorts, at just £50, will be a solid addition for the months ahead.

£39.99 at Chain Reaction

Castelli Entrata V short sleeve jersey: £85 £39.99 at Chain Reaction

Save 53%. The Entrata V is a great all rounder at any price but at just £40 it's a steal. So why does this short sleeve jersey receive so many plaudits and find its way into the wardrobe of plenty of cyclists? Firstly it features Castelli's classic Italian styling, with the brand's iconic logos on the chest and side panels. It also uses its ProSecco GT fabric, which is lightweight, breathable and quick-drying. In, short everything you need a spring and summer jersey to be. Finally it boasts three good sized rear pockets, reflective piping and raw cut sleeves for a contemporary 'aero' look. 

£70 at Tredz

Castelli Entrata bib shorts: £95 £70 at Tredz

Save 30%. Like the Entrata jersey, the bibs of the same name offer great quality and performance at an affordable price. They feature an 8-panel construction, which promotes ease of movement and comfort as well as being made from Pro Dry lycra fabric, which has plenty of compression to help those tiring muscles. The Kiss Air pad is highly-regarded for its comfort, while the bib's mesh straps help to keep you cool when you're working hard. All told, the Entrata are a solid pair of bibs that won't let you down - especially when you can pick them up for just a little over £50.

£70 at Wiggle

Castelli Montalcino Cycling jersey: £140 £70 at Wiggle

Save 50%. Racing fans will remember stage 11 of the 2021 Giro well, as the peloton took to the famed white gravel roads of Tuscany, finishing in Montalcino. To commemorate this epic battle on the famed Strade Bianche, Castelli released the Montalcino jersey. It's made from a merino-polyester blend and is styled on the classic jerseys from days past. There's a woven Brunello di Montalcino and Giro d'Italia patch on the sleeves and its deep red colour honors the wine that's grown in this region. But despite the obvious retro appeal, this jersey is plenty functional. It's cut a little more relaxed than a typical race fit, so well suited to those Sunday club runs when the cafe stop is more important than your power numbers. The merino fabric also means that it works across a range of temperatures. Finally, it features a full zip and three rear pockets. All told, this is a jersey that will stand apart from others thanks to its high level of detail and timeless look.

£52.99 at Chain Reaction

Castelli Prologo VI jersey: £100 £52.99 at Chain Reaction

Save 47%. The Prologo jersey has been a staple of the Castelli range for sometime now. And with good reason. This race fit jersey is made from the light and breathable Punto fabric, making it a smart choice when the temperatures start to rise. It further enhances its warm-waether suitability thanks to wraparound panels for improved airflow. Elsewhere there are three rear pockets, reflective piping and the Italian brand's famous type across the chest. Although Black Friday/Cyber Monday falls during the winter it provides a great opportunity to refresh your cycling kit for the spring and summer. At almost a 50% saving the Prologo VI makes for a sound investment.

£140 at Tredz

Castelli Raddoppia 2 jacket: £220 £140 at Tredz

Save 36%. At this time of year a good winter jacket is the difference between getting out and enjoying your rides and being cold, miserable and wishing you had stayed at home on the turbo. The Castelli Raddoppia 2 is equipped to deal with the worst of the weather. Made using Gore-Tex Infinium X-fast fabric, it offers protection against the cold and the wet - Castelli 's comfort range for the jacket is listed at 0-10 degrees. Like all good winter jackets it features reflective trim on the chest and the arms as well as breathable side panels for better temperature regulation. There are also three rear pockets for your gear and valuables. At £140 you're getting Castelli styling and performance with premium fabrics at a fraction of the usual price.

£50

Castelli Squadra vest in fluro yellow:  £50 £30 at Tredz

Save 40%. Castelli is highly-regarded for its high-end clothing. But the Italian brand also makes plenty of cycling kit staples that deliver quality and performance at a solid price - and even more so when you're saving £20 pounds. The Squadra vest is one such garment. A highly visible, lightweight vest is a must-have for all road cyclists. It's great for early morning rides when the fog has yet lift; it's ideal for pulling on when you've a long descent ahead; and finally its a life-saver when you've been riding all-day, the gloom has taken hold and you need to make sure you can be seen. It features a ripstop fabric that keeps you dry and a mesh back that allows you to breath. Finally it weighs just 66 grams so can easily be stuffed into your pocket when not in use. 

£57.99 at Wiggle

Castelli Climber's 3.0 jersey: £100 £57.99 at Wiggle

Save 42%. Cyber Monday is a great time to sort your kit out for the spring and summer and the Castelli Climber's 3.0 jersey is specifically designed to work in the higher temperatures that come, hopefully, with these seasons. It's lightweight, aero and highly breathable. It also blocks out more than 90% of UV rays and drys quickly too. It's cut in a race fit, so will work well in race conditions as well as for training during the hotter months. Other details include three pockets, raw edge sleeves and full-length zip. We liked this jersey so much we gave it our Editor's Choice award. Currently on offer for just a little over £50, making it a real steal. 

Look out for more deals and bargains as we find them.

Luke Friend

Luke Friend has worked as a writer, editor and copywriter for the past twenty years. Working across books, magazines and websites, he's covered a broad range of topics for a range of clients including Major League Baseball, the National Trust and the NHS. He has an MA in Professional Writing from Falmouth University and is a qualified bicycle mechanic. He fell in love with cycling at an early age, partly due to watching the Tour de France on TV. He's a passionate follower of bike racing to this day as well an avid road and gravel rider.