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Gore Bike Wear's Fusion Tool SO Jacket functions as either a single layer defense against cold weather on the bike, or as a casual jacket about town. Regardless of how you use it, the secret to its versatility is the Gore WindStopper Soft Shell fabric. In an overcrowded market of purpose-specific clothing, it's nice to know that you have something that works perfectly on the bike, and lets you blend in with the civilians when you're on foot. Gore's Fusion Tool is looser fitting than its Xenon SO jacket, however, it still won't flap in the breeze. In fact, Gore still considers it a slim-fit jacket. But, even with the close fit, the Soft Shell still stretches and moves with your body. So, even if you layer underneath, you won't feel bound by the fabric. The sleeves are pre-articulated in order to accommodate a natural, relaxed bend at the elbows, and the tall fleece-lined collar keeps the elements from entering up top. Due to the effectiveness of the WindStopper membrane, Gore has included zippered vents under the arms in order to give you the ability to moderate your temperature. Perhaps the only details that give the Fusion Tool jacket away as a cycling piece are the standard three pockets on the back. The outer two are angled down towards the outsides for easier access to your riding essentials from the saddle. There's also a zippered Napoleon pocket on the left breast and small cloth for cleaning your eyewear. The tail is cut a tad longer in order to accommodate your position on the bike, and the lower hem and sleeve cuffs are bound with a simple and comfortable Lycra band. Reflective elements on the shoulders, back, and forearms will also increase your visibility to motorists in low-light conditions. The Gore Bike Wear Fusion Tool SO Jacket is available in five sizes from Small to XX-Large and in the colors Black/graphite grey, Neon Yellow/black, and Varsity Green/black.
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You layer your core to stay dry and warm, so why not your hands? The Gore Bike Wear Tool SO Gloves' multi-layer design will have you piling on the base miles, no matter what the weather. One of Gore's warmest full-fingered offerings, the Tool gloves rely on Gore's Windstopper Soft Shell to form the outermost layer of protection for your hands on cold rides. You'll have the benefit of a completely windproof design, and honestly, a good degree of water-resistance as well. In other words, splashing through puddles or intermittent drizzle will be no problem. The Tool gloves were given a fleece lining that augments the windproof material in order to create a microclimate around your digits. In turn, this shields them from the icy blasts of winter. This thin layer of air is also warmed by the heat of your hands, which creates an additional insulation barrier against heat exchange. Silicon-coated fingers maximize your dexterity and provide a secure interface with shifters, brakes, and handlebars. The palms have padding to cushion road vibration, and the web between the thumb and forefinger has also been reinforced to add durability. One detail that's often overlooked is the location of the closure tab. Accordingly, Gore placed it so that it closes under the wrist. This is a benefit that you'll appreciate when your nose starts running and there's nothing scratchy to maim your face as you wipe. The Gore Tool Gloves are available in Black/black, Black/castle grey, and Red/black and in six sizes from Small to XXX-Large.
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Versatility, timeless designs, and the most advanced fabrics available define the new POWER collection from Gore Bike Wear. This line of clothing is for the devoted year-round cyclist who prefers minimal styling and maximum functionality. The Power GT AS Jacket sits at the top of this line, as it was constructed with Gore's renowned Gore-Tex Active technology in order to keep you dry and comfortable in the harshest of riding conditions. The Gore Bike Wear Power GT AS jacket employs Gore-Tex's Active Shell fabric for the paneling, which is one of the most breathable in the Gore-Tex lineup. This material keeps you moving freely and sheltered from the worst downpours. So, let's give it the quick rundown. The jacket is light and packable, fully-waterproof, and of course, breathable. To an extent, you may have thought that this was impossible for a waterproof hardshell. However, all of the variables are there to make the Power GT AS jacket an essential piece for high-energy output, wet-weather riding. And because of the jacket's composition, it's guaranteed to keep you dry. But it also breathes exceptionally well, and it allows you to move freely on the bike. Gore Bike Wear describes the fit as slim, which means that it stays close to the body without being constricting. The elbows are pre-shaped so that they don't tug at the underarms when you reach for the handlebars. Again, Gore Bike Wear took a minimalist approach when designing the Power GT AS jacket, so there's only one zippered pocket placed on the lower back panel. Within this pocket, there's a detachable storage bag (LOKSAK) for sealing off your electronic devices from the elements. The cuffs are adjustable, and there's a partially elasticized hem. And because rainy conditions are often low-light conditions, the Power GT AS Jacket has reflective front and back logos. The Gore Bike Wear Power GT AS Jacket is available in five sizes from Small to XX-Large and in the colors Black/neon yellow, Red/black, an...
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Versatility, timeless designs, and the most advanced fabrics available define the new POWER collection from Gore Bike Wear. This line of clothing is for the devoted year-round cyclist who prefers minimal styling and maximum functionality. The Power GT AS Jacket sits at the top of this line, as it was constructed with Gore's renowned Gore-Tex Active technology in order to keep you dry and comfortable in the harshest of riding conditions. The Gore Bike Wear Power GT AS jacket employs Gore-Tex's Active Shell fabric for the paneling, which is one of the most breathable in the Gore-Tex lineup. This material keeps you moving freely and sheltered from the worst downpours. So, let's give it the quick rundown. The jacket is light and packable, fully-waterproof, and of course, breathable. To an extent, you may have thought that this was impossible for a waterproof hardshell. However, all of the variables are there to make the Power GT AS jacket an essential piece for high-energy output, wet-weather riding. And because of the jacket's composition, it's guaranteed to keep you dry. But it also breathes exceptionally well, and it allows you to move freely on the bike. Gore Bike Wear describes the fit as slim, which means that it stays close to the body without being constricting. The elbows are pre-shaped so that they don't tug at the underarms when you reach for the handlebars. Again, Gore Bike Wear took a minimalist approach when designing the Power GT AS jacket, so there's only one zippered pocket placed on the lower back panel. Within this pocket, there's a detachable storage bag (LOKSAK) for sealing off your electronic devices from the elements. The cuffs are adjustable, and there's a partially elasticized hem. And because rainy conditions are often low-light conditions, the Power GT AS Jacket has reflective front and back logos. The Gore Bike Wear Power GT AS Jacket is available in five sizes from Small to XX-Large and in the colors Black/neon yellow, Red/black, an...
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Unlike many cycling apparel manufacturers, Gore Bike Wear pours an equally attentive level of engineering into their top-end product as they do everything beneath. The Oxygen Shorts are a prime example of thoughtful design that blends a superlative level of functionality with a wallet-friendly price. The short is constructed from a high gauge nylon and Lycra blend for ample muscle support, and features an oversized waistband to prevent any tummy discomfort when you're hunched over in the drops. The front panels just above where the insert is stitched have a lower degree of elasticity to ensure complete support with minimal chafing. Gore even included a mesh side pocket for easy stashing and retrieval of a small media player if you prefer giving your ride a soundtrack. The Oxygen Shorts are fitted with Gore's low-profile Ozon Lady insert. Gore likes to describe their Ozon as a multi-tasker that's capable of keeping you cool and comfortable as you muscle through a spin class power-hour or a long afternoon with the ladies. This seamless and highly elastic chamois moves with your body as you pedal, keeping sensitive contact points gently cushioned. You'll notice a series of carefully engineered anatomic channels running across the insert -- these serve two purposes: first, to prevent the insert from creasing and creating potential chafe points as you ride, and secondly, expediting moisture transfer so you remain comfortably ventilated. The Gore Bike Wear Women's Oxygen Shorts are now available in four colorways for you to choose from: Black, Black/Pool Blue, Black/White, and White/Black. They are available in X-Small to XX-Large with a modest inseam measuring 23cm (9in).
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Gore-Tex. It can be described many ways, but to us, it's the fabric that changed everything. That's why we swathe our bodies in it come winter. But, if you're anything like us, your hands need the most protection, and only the Gore Bike Wear Xenon GT Gloves will do. You'll be hard pressed to find a glove with more thoughtfulness in its design than the Xenon GT. As we mentioned, the gloves feature a Gore-Tex insert construction that is waterproof, windproof, highly breathable, and warming. We understand that this is a tall order, but Gore alone has proven itself capable of commanding such absolutes. Enough so, that we can't really tell you exactly how Gore-Tex works, because it's easily the closest guarded secret in the fabric business. What we do know is that your hands will never be dryer, regardless of how bad the weather is. However, Gore didn't stop at fabrics to keep your hands comfortable. The Xenon GT features a design that's specific to road cycling, and this forethought is most predominantly displayed in the grip of the gloves. Knowing that you're applying consistent force at the webbing between your thumb and pointer finger (think of how you grip the hoods), Gore reinforced the area to resist abrasion and to strengthen the grip. Further along these lines, Gore also coated the fingers in silicone for confident shifts and added both gel and foam padding to the palm of the gloves to absorb road vibration. To improve your visibility in low-light conditions, Gore also added reflective accents throughout the the gloves. And for easy entry and exit, the gloves feature a Velcro width adjustment at the wrists. The Gore Bike Wear Xenon GT Gloves are available in the color Black and in six sizes from Small to XXX-Large.
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Sometimes you need rain protection, and sometimes you don't. The Gore Bike Wear Power AS Men's Jacket ditches the Power GT AS jacket's Gore-Tex waterproofing fabric in favor of a lighter, non-waterproof Windstopper fabric that still protects from a light rain, but also saves some dollars and weight in the process. The Gore Bike Wear Power AS jacket employs Gore's Windstopper Active Shell fabric for the paneling, which is especially good at blocking the wind while still being breathable and light. While not as water-resistant as the Gore-Tex fabric used in the more expensive Power GT AS jacket, it's more than ready to fend off a light mist. Like the GT, however, the jacket is light and packable, making it practical, too. The Power AS jacket's fit and function are as dialed as its fabrics, as well. Gore Bike Wear describes the fit as slim, which means that it stays close to the body without being constricting. The elbows are pre-shaped so that they don't tug at the underarms when you reach for the handlebars. Gore took a minimalist approach when designing the Power AS jacket, so there's only one zippered pocket placed on the lower back panel. Within this pocket, there's a detachable storage bag (LOKSAK) for sealing off your electronic devices from the elements. The cuffs are adjustable, and there's a partially elasticized hem. And because rainy conditions are often low-light conditions, the Power AS Jacket has reflective front and back logos. The Gore Bike Wear Power AS Jacket is available in five sizes, from Small to XX-Large, and the colors Brilliant Blue/Black, Splash Blue/Black, Blaze Orange/Black, Fresh Green/Black, Red/Black, and Black.
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Unlike many cycling apparel manufacturers, Gore Bike Wear pours an equally attentive level of engineering into their top-end product as they do everything beneath. The Oxygen Shorts are a prime example of thoughtful design that blends a superlative level of functionality with a wallet-friendly price. The short is constructed from a high gauge nylon and Lycra blend for ample muscle support, and features an oversized waistband to prevent any tummy discomfort when you're hunched over in the drops. The front panels just above where the insert is stitched have a lower degree of elasticity to ensure complete support with minimal chafing. Gore even included a mesh side pocket for easy stashing and retrieval of a small media player if you prefer giving your ride a soundtrack. The Oxygen Shorts are fitted with Gore's low-profile Ozon Lady insert. Gore likes to describe their Ozon as a multi-tasker that's capable of keeping you cool and comfortable as you muscle through a spin class power-hour or a long afternoon with the ladies. This seamless and highly elastic chamois moves with your body as you pedal, keeping sensitive contact points gently cushioned. You'll notice a series of carefully engineered anatomic channels running across the insert -- these serve two purposes: first, to prevent the insert from creasing and creating potential chafe points as you ride, and secondly, expediting moisture transfer so you remain comfortably ventilated. The Gore Bike Wear Women's Oxygen Shorts are now available in four colorways for you to choose from: Black, Black/Pool Blue, Black/White, and White/Black. They are available in X-Small to XX-Large with a modest inseam measuring 23cm (9in).
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Sometimes you need rain protection, and sometimes you don't. The Gore Bike Wear Power AS Men's Jacket ditches the Power GT AS jacket's Gore-Tex waterproofing fabric in favor of a lighter, non-waterproof Windstopper fabric that still protects from a light rain, but also saves some dollars and weight in the process. The Gore Bike Wear Power AS jacket employs Gore's Windstopper Active Shell fabric for the paneling, which is especially good at blocking the wind while still being breathable and light. While not as water-resistant as the Gore-Tex fabric used in the more expensive Power GT AS jacket, it's more than ready to fend off a light mist. Like the GT, however, the jacket is light and packable, making it practical, too. The Power AS jacket's fit and function are as dialed as its fabrics, as well. Gore Bike Wear describes the fit as slim, which means that it stays close to the body without being constricting. The elbows are pre-shaped so that they don't tug at the underarms when you reach for the handlebars. Gore took a minimalist approach when designing the Power AS jacket, so there's only one zippered pocket placed on the lower back panel. Within this pocket, there's a detachable storage bag (LOKSAK) for sealing off your electronic devices from the elements. The cuffs are adjustable, and there's a partially elasticized hem. And because rainy conditions are often low-light conditions, the Power AS Jacket has reflective front and back logos. The Gore Bike Wear Power AS Jacket is available in five sizes, from Small to XX-Large, and the colors Brilliant Blue/Black, Splash Blue/Black, Blaze Orange/Black, Fresh Green/Black, Red/Black, and Black.
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Versatility, timeless designs, and the most advanced fabrics available define the new POWER collection from Gore Bike Wear. This line of clothing is for the devoted year-round cyclist who prefers minimal styling and maximum functionality. The Power GT AS Jacket sits at the top of this line, as it was constructed with Gore's renowned Gore-Tex Active technology in order to keep you dry and comfortable in the harshest of riding conditions. The Gore Bike Wear Power GT AS jacket employs Gore-Tex's Active Shell fabric for the paneling, which is one of the most breathable in the Gore-Tex lineup. This material keeps you moving freely and sheltered from the worst downpours. So, let's give it the quick rundown. The jacket is light and packable, fully-waterproof, and of course, breathable. To an extent, you may have thought that this was impossible for a waterproof hardshell. However, all of the variables are there to make the Power GT AS jacket an essential piece for high-energy output, wet-weather riding. And because of the jacket's composition, it's guaranteed to keep you dry. But it also breathes exceptionally well, and it allows you to move freely on the bike. Gore Bike Wear describes the fit as slim, which means that it stays close to the body without being constricting. The elbows are pre-shaped so that they don't tug at the underarms when you reach for the handlebars. Again, Gore Bike Wear took a minimalist approach when designing the Power GT AS jacket, so there's only one zippered pocket placed on the lower back panel. Within this pocket, there's a detachable storage bag (LOKSAK) for sealing off your electronic devices from the elements. The cuffs are adjustable, and there's a partially elasticized hem. And because rainy conditions are often low-light conditions, the Power GT AS Jacket has reflective front and back logos. The Gore Bike Wear Power GT AS Jacket is available in five sizes from Small to XX-Large and in the colors Black/neon yellow, Red/black, an...
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Sometimes you need rain protection, and sometimes you don't. The Gore Bike Wear Power AS Men's Jacket ditches the Power GT AS jacket's Gore-Tex waterproofing fabric in favor of a lighter, non-waterproof Windstopper fabric that still protects from a light rain, but also saves some dollars and weight in the process. The Gore Bike Wear Power AS jacket employs Gore's Windstopper Active Shell fabric for the paneling, which is especially good at blocking the wind while still being breathable and light. While not as water-resistant as the Gore-Tex fabric used in the more expensive Power GT AS jacket, it's more than ready to fend off a light mist. Like the GT, however, the jacket is light and packable, making it practical, too. The Power AS jacket's fit and function are as dialed as its fabrics, as well. Gore Bike Wear describes the fit as slim, which means that it stays close to the body without being constricting. The elbows are pre-shaped so that they don't tug at the underarms when you reach for the handlebars. Gore took a minimalist approach when designing the Power AS jacket, so there's only one zippered pocket placed on the lower back panel. Within this pocket, there's a detachable storage bag (LOKSAK) for sealing off your electronic devices from the elements. The cuffs are adjustable, and there's a partially elasticized hem. And because rainy conditions are often low-light conditions, the Power AS Jacket has reflective front and back logos. The Gore Bike Wear Power AS Jacket is available in five sizes, from Small to XX-Large, and the colors Brilliant Blue/Black, Splash Blue/Black, Blaze Orange/Black, Fresh Green/Black, Red/Black, and Black.
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The Gore Bike Wear Fusion 2. 0 GT AS Jacket doesn't have quite as many bells and whistles as Gore's top-line Alp-X GT AS Jacket, but that doesn't mean that it sacrifices anything in the areas of comfort and weather protection. For one thing, it uses the same Gore-Tex Active Shell and Stretch fabrics, which are the most breathable in the Gore-Tex lineup. They keep you moving freely and sheltered from the worst downpours. And since the Fusion Jacket has a simple design, it weighs only a claimed 265g in the Large size. So, let's give it the quick rundown: Light and packable? Check. Fully waterproof? Of course. Breathable? To an extent you may have thought impossible for a waterproof hard shell. All the variables are there to make the Fusion Jacket an essential piece for high-energy output, wet-weather riding. The Fusion Jacket is constructed of Gore-Tex Active Shell and Stretch fabrics. As a result, the jacket is guaranteed to keep you dry. But it also breathes extremely well and allows you to move freely on the bike. Gore Bike Wear describes the fit as 'slim'; this means that it stays close to the body but isn't constricting. The elbows are pre-shaped so that they don't tug at the armpit when you reach for the handlebars. You can easily adjust the width at the waist via an elastic draw cord. Again, Gore Bike Wear took a minimalist approach when designing the Fusion Jacket, so there's only one zippered pocket, on the chest. But that shouldn't bother everyone--especially if you're like many of us here who ride with a hydration pack in all but the worst summer heat. Because rainy conditions are often low-light conditions, the Fusion Jacket has reflective front and back logos, and additional reflective print on the sides and back. The Gore Bike Wear Fusion 2. 0 GT AS Jacket comes in sizes Small through XX-Large and in three color options: Black, Petrol Blue/black, and Red/black.
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Gore Bike Wear's Fusion Tool SO Jacket functions as either a single layer defense against cold weather on the bike, or as a casual jacket about town. Regardless of how you use it, the secret to its versatility is the Gore WindStopper Soft Shell fabric. In an overcrowded market of purpose-specific clothing, it's nice to know that you have something that works perfectly on the bike, and lets you blend in with the civilians when you're on foot. Gore's Fusion Tool is looser fitting than its Xenon SO jacket, however, it still won't flap in the breeze. In fact, Gore still considers it a slim-fit jacket. But, even with the close fit, the Soft Shell still stretches and moves with your body. So, even if you layer underneath, you won't feel bound by the fabric. The sleeves are pre-articulated in order to accommodate a natural, relaxed bend at the elbows, and the tall fleece-lined collar keeps the elements from entering up top. Due to the effectiveness of the WindStopper membrane, Gore has included zippered vents under the arms in order to give you the ability to moderate your temperature. Perhaps the only details that give the Fusion Tool jacket away as a cycling piece are the standard three pockets on the back. The outer two are angled down towards the outsides for easier access to your riding essentials from the saddle. There's also a zippered Napoleon pocket on the left breast and small cloth for cleaning your eyewear. The tail is cut a tad longer in order to accommodate your position on the bike, and the lower hem and sleeve cuffs are bound with a simple and comfortable Lycra band. Reflective elements on the shoulders, back, and forearms will also increase your visibility to motorists in low-light conditions. The Gore Bike Wear Fusion Tool SO Jacket is available in five sizes from Small to XX-Large and in the colors Black/graphite grey, Neon Yellow/black, and Varsity Green/black.
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