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Cycle togs stalwarts Santini are staging a breakaway from the tried and tested routine of layering up for chilly autumn and winter rides with their all-new ‘Beta’ single-layer range of jackets and jerseys.
The idea with Beta is to deliver a ‘multi-weather’ garment that responds to a wide range of temperatures and conditions, saving you the hassle and added weight of carrying extra clothes.
It means you can leave the windproof jacket at home, and there’s none of that annoying stop-start for adding or removing layers.
Both the Beta jersey and Beta jacket use Gore Windstopper technical fabrics.
The short sleeve jersey (RRP £109.99 – our price £98.99) is available with optional arm warmers, which Santini reckon saves you 35% off the weight of a normal jersey and windbreaker combo. It offers cold weather insulation and wind protection down to 10-15 degrees celsius, coupled with great breathability when the going gets warm.
The Santini Beta jacket provides the perfect thermal balance, plus protection from the wind and rain, and comes with a raft of features including thermal cuffs, waterproof zip, and drain holes in the rear triple pockets. (RRP £149.99, our price £134.99)
For even colder rides, Santini’s Rebel winter jacket (RRP £129.99 – our price £116.99) will keep you comfortable down to a bone-chilling minus-8, utilising a water and wind-resistant outer layer paired with a warm thermo fleece fabric on the inside.
Complement the Rebel with Santini’s new My Ego 2.0 bib tights (£99.99 – our price £89.99), or go the whole hog with their BeHOT heat-generating bib tights (£139.99). Constructed from a highly-technical fabric, these bib tights actually generate additional heat as your body moves. Heat-generating arm and leg warmers are available in the same fabric (RRP £39.99 / 29.99 – our price £35.99/£26.99). The arm warmers scored a four-out-five ‘best in test’ in Cycling Plus mag and the leg warmers snagged this impressive review in Cycling Weekly.
If it’s tipping it down, you’re going to want some extra protection – enter the Santini Guard 2.0 jacket. (RRP £159.99 – our price £143.99). Its waterproof and highly breathable Monica fabric is light, elastic and very durable. Reflective trim on the logos and rear pocket flap ensure you’re seen in the dark.
And for commuting duties – a new addition to the Santini cycle clothing range – the Italian brand offers up the GR44 rain jacket (RRP £79.99 – our price £71.99) in a classic loose fit with drawstring waist.