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    Senior Member Boxhilljunkie's Avatar
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    Get well soon CB.....

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    Is the Perfetto a lighter weight version of the Gabba?
    I have two Gabba’s a jacket and a short sleeve jobby. Can’t quite squeeze into the short sleeve at the moment bit restrictive, same size as the other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avoid Paris View Post
    Is the Perfetto a lighter weight version of the Gabba?
    I have two Gabba’s a jacket and a short sleeve jobby. Can’t quite squeeze into the short sleeve at the moment bit restrictive, same size as the other.
    IIRC the Gabba is now sleeveless and the Perfetto is what was a LS Gabba.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolboarder View Post
    Well this time it was not my fault - I'm feeling rather depressed.
    Perfect time to think about Retirement.
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    God - why am I so great !!!


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    I bought a Perfetto as a Christmas present to myself and bought the same size as my other Castelli jerseys.............should've tried it on in the shop but I was in a hurry - got it home and I can't zip it up ha ha ha ha

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    Just had a look at the perfetto, and the temperature guide was rated from 6c to 18c.
    Personally anything under 10c I’d have a slim base layer underneath and at 18c I would be a tad warm.
    Find the lower temperature rating a bit optimistic.

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    I had a LS Merino baselayer at -3(plus wind-chill)and it was absolutely fine!
    Could have gotten away with a SS baselayer.I’m a real cold arse these days too.Turned 50 and all of a sudden I feel the cold

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    I don't rate their ratings at all. My Sportful RnD jacket says down to 6c, which is strange because that's the absolute upper limit I would wear it in. Below zero is when I stick a BL on, quite incredible given how thin the fabric is. It is made with 'Polartec' which I see DHB have started using.
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