Castelli's Prosecco 3D fabric makes up the main body of the jersey. Prosecco 3D manages to remain both extremely breathable as well as resistant to moisture due to its 3D structure, which creates space between the fabric and your skin while increasing the material's effective surface area. This allows for improved airflow and rapid moisture transfer away from the skin as you sweat. With this construction, you'll avoid dealing with damp, clingy fabric in humid conditions, and with the Prosecco hydrophilic treatment, rain and water will spread over a wider area of the jersey, eliminating heavily concentrated areas and encouraging the water to evaporate more quickly.
Enhancing the functionality of Prosecco 3D, Castelli designed the Entrata 2 with mesh side panels and stretch panels at the shoulders and arm openings to improve the fit of the jersey as you move around in the saddle. The Entrata also notably features raw-cut arm bands for added flexibility and less likelihood of chafing. We're seeing raw-cut hemlines appearing throughout a host of cycling apparel, but in many case only in top-tier, $200 jerseys, so we applaud their inclusion on the more affordable Entrata 2. As final touches, the Entrata 2 is treated with a full-length zipper, reflective trim for added visibility, and the standard three rear pockets for storing your ride essentials.