Here is a review from our friends at Canadian Cycling Magazine on the CHPT3 launch range.
“David Millar released a high-end clothing line with Italian brand Castelli called the Chpt. III collection. The clothing is top-of-the-line, impeccably stylish and branding free. The high-tech materials come with cheeky washing instructions and the chamois feature witty humour that takes a dig at one of Millar’s friends.
Millar said about the line, “I spent my entire professional cycling career dressed as a human billboard. From now on, I want to wear something subtle and understated.”
The collection is composed of the Rocka 1.61, the Jersey 1.21, the Base Layer 1.81, the Arm Warmers 1.91, the Shorts 1.11, and the Leg Warmers 1.91.
Castelli said, “It’s exactly what you’d expect David to want to wear now that he’s retired and can wear anything he wants. It’s very high performance. It’s very stylish. It’s subdued with some not-so-obvious loud and irreverent bits. It’s decidedly high end.”
The review was composed by CCM Editor, Matthew Pioro. You can see the original piece on their website