All size guides on the Prendas website have been specifically prepared to help you get the right size garment. We do not use generic charts from manufacturers, we measure every garment that we sell. It is worth noting that our sizing recommendations are based on a close fit, so if you want a bit of room, it is sometimes advisable to go up one size.
Nalini garments with a ‘Race’ fit are designed to be tight fitting. The sizes given in the guide are matched to the cut and you will not have to adjust your selection accordingly. However, if you'd prefer the garment to be of a slightly looser fit, or you are at the higher end of the measurement range, then you should consider going up to the next size.
Carrera was one of the best known Italian teams of the 80s and 90s. The team was named after sponsoring Italian jeans manufacturer Carrera. They enjoyed success in the Giro d'Italia and the Tour de France with three overall wins and several wins in the Points classification and Mountain Classifications.
Ergonomic replica of these iconic bib shorts made with a denim effect print from anti abrasion Lycra, with white breathable mesh bibs. Elastic at the leg's hem with grippers. Assembled with flat-lock stitching to ensure maximum comfort for the rider. High density pad.
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The team's first big success was Roberto Visentini’s Giro d'Italia victory in 1986. In 1985 the team signed Stephen Roche, to challenge at the Tour de France. Roche won the Tour de Romandie just ahead of the 87 Giro d'Italia and became the number one favourite for the maglia rosa. As defending champion, team leader, Visentini, wasn’t happy. Their rivalry came to a head during the race when Roche attacked Visentini. Roche went on to win the race and then the 1987 Tour de France.
Claudio Chiappucci rose from riding domestique duties for Visentini and Roche to becoming team leader. Chiappucci led the 1990 Tour de France finishing the race second overall and famously battled Miguel Indurain in the 1992 edition. Chiappucci also won Milan–San Remo in 1991.