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    Biting wind and frigid temperatures can mean an afternoon spent in the basement, staring at the TV while you spin for hours on a trainer. But they don't have to. If you'd rather get outside, grab a base layer and zip De Marchi's Corsa WP Jacket on over it for three-layer protection from the worst winter conditions. De Marchi uses a sandwich construction to bond a windproof outer layer to a soft mid-layer, both of which protect an insulating fleece lining for a trio of anti-weather layers that don't feel bulky. The fabric's elastane content keeps the jacket from inhibiting your movement as you ride while the storm flap zipper keeps out cold air and the three rear pockets provide easy access to ride essentials. De Marchi designates this as one of its warmest jackets, constructed to perform its best in temperatures ranging from 23 to 41 degrees Fahrenheit, and the form-fitting cut leaving just enough space for a base layer as conditions require.
    $139.58  from Backcountry
  • De Marchi
    When temperatures finally drop into the low 40s, it's time to put away the arm warmers and thermal jerseys and take out a layer designed to fight off the worst of winter's chill. With a proprietary three-layer construction bonding a protective shell, a wind-blocking membrane, and insulating layer together, De Marchi's Vigorelli Jacket was constructed to help you enjoy your rides when the temperature falls toward the freezing point. With just enough room for a base layer underneath, the track jacket-inspired style and race-ready fit allows you to stay warm without sacrificing a sleek cut. The longer back hem and the fabric's added elastane create a shape that will move with you as you ride rather than feeling bulky and stiff, while three rear pockets provide a place to stow ride essentials. The Vigorelli is finished with reflective accents on the rear to help keep you visible to others out on the roads.
    $104.68  from Backcountry
  • De Marchi
    When temperatures finally drop into the low 40s, it's time to put away the arm warmers and thermal jerseys and take out a layer designed to fight off the worst of winter's chill. With a proprietary three-layer construction bonding a protective shell, a wind-blocking membrane, and insulating layer together, De Marchi's Vigorelli Jacket was constructed to help you enjoy your rides when the temperature falls toward the freezing point. With just enough room for a base layer underneath, the track jacket-inspired style and race-ready fit allows you to stay warm without sacrificing a sleek cut. The longer back hem and the fabric's added elastane create a shape that will move with you as you ride rather than feeling bulky and stiff, while three rear pockets provide a place to stow ride essentials. The Vigorelli is finished with reflective accents on the rear to help keep you visible to others out on the roads.
    $104.68  from Backcountry
  • De Marchi
    On the days you can hear the wind before you even step outside, you'll need more than just thermal insulation to keep you warm as you ride. De Marchi created its classic Leggero WP Jacket for days like that, arming it with an outer Windtex membrane to block out chilling wind. This shell is bonded to insulating layers of nylon and brushed polyester that retain heat by creating a warm microclimate between your skin and the biting air. We've moved on from the days of puffy, billowing windbreakers, and the Leggero's fit is tailored to sit close to the body. This fit is complemented with a touch of elastane in the jacket's fabric to keep it moving with you as you change positions on the bike or reach into the three rear pockets. De Marchi states that the Leggero is best suited to the mid-50s, but with the right base layer, we'd wear it into the low 40's without a second thought.
    $139.58  from Backcountry
  • De Marchi
    Biting wind and frigid temperatures can mean an afternoon spent in the basement, staring at the TV while you spin for hours on a trainer. But they don't have to. If you'd rather get outside, grab a base layer and zip De Marchi's Corsa WP Jacket on over it for three-layer protection from the worst winter conditions. De Marchi uses a sandwich construction to bond a windproof outer layer to a soft mid-layer, both of which protect an insulating fleece lining for a trio of anti-weather layers that don't feel bulky. The fabric's elastane content keeps the jacket from inhibiting your movement as you ride while the storm flap zipper keeps out cold air and the three rear pockets provide easy access to ride essentials. De Marchi designates this as one of its warmest jackets, constructed to perform its best in temperatures ranging from 23 to 41 degrees Fahrenheit, and the form-fitting cut leaving just enough space for a base layer as conditions require.
    $139.58  from Backcountry
  • De Marchi
    The original designs of the parka as we know it today were based on Inuit jackets made from caribou or seal skin, hence the name parka, or animal skin. Half a century after the design was adopted for mass production, De Marchi's Short Parka Jacket for men is a faithful recreation of the item as introduced to consumers in the 1950s. The cotton and nylon blend creates a barrier against wind, light rain, and road spray that may not be equal to the conditions of the Canadian Arctic but will certainly protect animals of the alley cat genus as they prowl the urban landscape. The slim fit, snap cuffs, drawstring hem, and hood all serve to extend and preserve the jacket's protective barrier in all directions while two front pockets cover cargo details. While they won't quite provision an expedition to chart the Northwest Passage, the pockets will secure your valuables courtesy of their button closures. De Marchi finishes the jacket with typically understated style that's only interrupted by a full-length zipper and subtle branding on the chest.
    $49.79  from Backcountry
  • De Marchi
    For cold days in the saddle when temperatures are icy enough to make knee warmers and shorts not quite enough, the stretchy, windproof construction of De Marchi's Corsa WP Tights will keep you protected without making you sacrifice the freedom of movement you get from your favorite pair of bib shorts. Windproof paneling on the upper thighs blocks out frigid gusts, while the brushed inner polyester face keeps a protective layer of warm air between the cold and your skin. The material also features a lightweight waffle pattern for enhanced lofted insulation for your hardworking knees and core. De Marchi includes its Duro Air chamois, which provides high-density, ventilated foam with a built-in pressure relief channel and extra protection in the areas you need it for long-term comfort across the winter base miles. An upper bacteriostatic microfiber layer helps to lessen irritation and discomfort during high-mileage training rides, while a quarter zip and foot stirrups work with the stabilizing mesh bibs to provide a contoured, secure fit.
    $114.47  from Backcountry
  • De Marchi
    With soft, stretchy Italian-made Roubaix fabric and clean, simple Italian design, De Marchi's Corsa Tights provide functional protection against cool temperatures without requiring you to sacrifice the mobility you get when wearing your favorite pair of bib shorts. An inner brushed fleece texture allows the Corsa tights to create a layer of warm air between the fabric and your skin, while the included Elastic interface Dura chamois provides strategically placed cushioning in the areas you need it most for long-term comfort over base mile rides in the cold. De Marchi tops the chamois with a bacteriostatic microfiber layer next to the skin in the hopes of eliminating chafing and irritation in the saddle, and mesh bib straps give the Corsa tights a subtle, contoured fit across the chest.
    $59.68  from Backcountry
  • De Marchi
    De Marchi sure as hell knows how to craft a jersey that mixes classic Italian style with the kind of substantial construction that will see us through countless training rides. While we can't hope to ever look quite as urbane as Coppi in his mid-century heyday, sans helmet and sipping an espresso in the saddle, De Marchi's Divisionism Jersey gives us hope that we can come close. Elegant polka dots and well-placed stripes in classic cycling hues anchor the jersey on the platform of stretchy, soft polyester. De Marchi frequently chooses one sumptuous fabric to use throughout a piece rather than crafting each panel out of a different proprietary material, and it trusts this proven construction with the Divisionism. The summer-weight polyester adeptly draws moisture away from your skin as you sweat on sunny days, and a full-length zipper gives you the option to shed extra heat on tough climbs. Clean, subtle cuffs hold the sleeve hems in place, while three rear pockets at the back of the jersey give you space to subtly stash a few CO2 tubes and cash for a Coppi-inspired espresso at the end of your favorite loop.
    $39.98  from Backcountry
  • De Marchi
    The De Marchi Men's Perfecta Lux Jersey brings classy Italian styling, highly functional fabrics, and a big dose of reflectivity to any day in the saddle. By employing a blend of differing fabric weights and stretch properties across the jersey, De Marchi creates a garment that fits impeccably and whisks moisture away to keep you cool and comfortable. In a slight departure from its usual aesthetic, De Marchi adds a large, reflective stripe across to front of the jersey, which matches perfectly with the side striping found on its Perfecta Lux bib short line and would pair acceptably with any standard pair of black cycling shorts. The jersey's anatomical fit is made possible using De Marchi's Contour Fit design as a means to stabilize the jersey while in the cycling position. This is accomplished using pre-shaped fabric panels that closely follow the body while in motion. The jersey is finished with a full-length front zipper for extra ventilation control, three open rear-panel pockets, and an additional zippered pocket.
    $155.96  from Backcountry