Castelli Endurance Shorts

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The Castelli Endurance Cycling Short is constructed from durable action micro fabric that is comfortable and form fitting. This bike short offers 2 rear reflective inserts for maximum nighttime visibility. Additionally, the Progette X2 seat pad provides e

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