My 10-year-old Campy full fingered gloves started coming apart this winter so I looked for something similar. I like Castelli's CDS pad layout (I have a couple pair of their Corsa Rossa gloves) so the Perfetto looked promising. I've worn them on every ride except one unusually warm day since Christmas. Every Castelli apparel I have is sized large (I'm 5'9, 160 pounds) where in US companies (e.g., PI, Hincapie) I take a medium. On one hand, I'm looking forward to a warmer Spring where I can shed a layer and get back to half-finger gloves. On the other hand, the Perfetto's are great. I hope they last as long as my old Campy's.
This is my new favorite pair of cycling gloves. I was looking for a lighter glove that would break the wind but not make my hands overly hot. Here in Coastal Cali it doesn't get as cold and found this pair has been perfect for me for the 38-50F range.
fit so nice and just the right amount of warmth to dexterity ratio ive found in a winter glove. ive actually began to use them as my daily all purpose gloves because i like them so much. touch screen sensitive fingers dont seem to work (but that's all "phone sensitive" finger gloves and me)
Some stitching came undone within the first few rides around the wrists. A good sewing kit took care of that damage. Finger tip material doesnt work for those of you with touch screen devices. Product did well in temps of 35 degrees thru 50 degrees.