We can't be sure that Santini was paying a sort of homage to a certain beloved modern artist when it designed its Balthus 2. 0 Windbreaker, but its name does seems to suggest a link. Speculating aside, Santini created its Balthus 2. 0 Windbreaker to loyally see you through spring and summer's unpredictable days, when clouds roll in quickly across the scene in front of you and make you question whether or not to turn back or stay the course. Built with a windproof, water resistant front panel and a lightweight waterproof panel on the back, the jacket is easy to store in a jersey pocket until it's called upon, and it's cut in a slim, modern silhouette meant to fit closely in the saddle. The fabrics that comprise the jacket are elastic and breathable, and according to Santini, allow the Balthus 2. 0 to function at its best in temperatures ranging from 15 to 25 degrees Celsius, though personal preference may make the case for a broader range.