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Gore Bike Wear's Alp-X Shorts combine a mountain bike-oriented cut with no-nonsense degree of styling. And with a WindStopper membrane, you'll find them ready for anything that Mother Nature has to offer. Gore used a proprietary blend of nylon and elastane for the construction of the Alp-X Shorts. This material was chosen for its mixture of breathability and controlled stretch. By transporting moisture from the skin to the surface of the fabric, the Alp-X shorts take advantage of evaporative cooling in order keep you dry and comfortable. In case you're not familiar with 'evaporative cooling,' as your sweat is transported to the surface of the fabric, it turns to vapor, which causes the temperature of the air next to your skin to drop. In turn, the process keeps both the shorts and your skin cool and dry. A highly breathable and 100% windproof Gore WindStopper membrane has also been incorporated in order to provide extra protection from gusts of wind and spray from your tires. And the areas that contact your saddle, like the inner-thighs and seat panel, have also been strengthened with wear-resistant fabrics. The Alp-X shorts use elastic in the waistband to conform to your midsection without binding, even as you readjust your position in the saddle. Gore employs flatlock stitching throughout to eliminate chafing and to keep the shorts sliding smoothly over your favorite liner short. And when you work up a sweat, you're able to dump heat on-the-fly with two adjustable, zippered mesh vents on the thighs. Gore also included reflective accents on the shorts to increase your visibility to motorists in low-light situations. The Alp-X Shorts are available in five sizes from Small to XX-Large and in the colors Kiwi/black and Black.
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Gore Bike Wear designed its Alp-X line to be packable and compatible -- so multi-day and endurance riders can enjoy a streamlined, functional kit. Take, for example, the Alp-X Plus Shorts. They are skillfully engineered for riders that stack on desert miles and push through quick-changing, mountain weather. Case in point, in addition to usual mountain bike-specific features, the Alp-X Plus has loops at the waistband for attaching overpants. When that dark cloud haunting the next drainage turns out to be a fast-moving, mercury-dropping hailstorm, pants that let you pedal without a waistband rubbing between a pack and your skin is the preferred coverage. On the opposite end of the climate spectrum, after a four-hour desert tour enjoying cooling airflow from the Alp-X's zip-adjustable mesh vents, you can remove the liner and air things out for tomorrows ride. Like the outer shorts, the liner attaches via loops, and it is compatible with Gore Bike Wear pants as well as the Alp-X shorts -- helping to eliminate clothing overlap and excess. This six-panel liner has a Power Man chamois that's optimized for medium to long rides. Its anatomical shape and seamless construction supports without pressure, while the microfiber material ensures rapid drying and wicking properties. A wide, elastic waistband comfortably distributes compression that, in conjunction with gripper hems, holds the liner in position. As rugged as they are light, the Alp-X's outer shell's nylon and elastane blend is designed for the demands of off-road riding. The panels are cut to promote the fabrics natural stretch for unrestricted movement, and its elastic waistband features double fasteners to ensure a secure fit. There are two front pockets for essentials, and reflective elements provide added safety on low-light pavement sections. The Gore Bike Ware Alp-X Plus Shorts come in Graphite Grey/Black or Black, and sizes Small through XX-Large.
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