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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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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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The Gore Bike Wear Element Gore-Tex Pants are our choice for the do-it-all award of cold-weather cycling versatility. You can wear them over shorts, tights, or just a base layer for a chamois-free setup that accommodates cross training. They're also comfortable on their own for running errands on the bike. Whatever the case, the Element Pants provide the elemental protection that you'd expect from the venerable manufacturer in a fit that recommends them for almost any conceivable cold-weather cycling outing. The key ingredient in these overpants is the Gore-Tex Active fabric, a 2. 5-layer material that blocks external moisture while expelling internal moisture due to its excellent breathability. The Gore-Tex layer at the fabric's heart is mated to a soft lining for a comfortable touch to the skin or a gentle wear on base layers. The seat is reinforced to prevent wear and increase water resistance, so you can leave the plastic bag off your saddle while it's locked up outside. The pants' slack fit doesn't mean Gore has ignored the fine details of construction, though -- the knees are pre-shaped to accommodate the posture and motions associated with cycling. The waistband and cuffs are adjustable to create barrier against the creeping elements and hook-and-loop fastening straps keep the pant leg out of your chain. One zippered rear pocket lets you stow personal effects with confidence. Reflective elements on the front, sides, and rear help keep you visible in low-light conditions. The Women's Gore Bike Wear Element Gore-Tex AS Pants are available in six sizes ranging from X-Small to XX-Large in the colors Black and Black/neon yellow.
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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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We dislike nothing about riding in the fall -- beneath canopies of foliage, along colorful roads or autumn-smelling dirt trails -- except for the erratic weather. For anything that may blow your way, the Gore Bike Wear Element Gore-Tex Men's Jacket is what you need to stay prepared. The Element Gore-Tex AS Jacket is a true 2. 5-layer construction, which combines an outer layer that carries the color and reflective details, a Gore-Tex layer, and an inner, protective scrim that only really counts as half a layer since it's integrated in the Gore-Tex fabric. The Gore-Tex is the important part, as that's where the moisture and thermal management goes down: water out, warmth in. Gore intentionally adds the modifier durably to waterproof and windproof because this jacket won't lose its resistances over the course of a season's use and/or in the wash. The jacket's fit varies from Gore-Tex's slimmer Power Jacket in that it's generous enough for some substantial thermal layering underneath, so you can accommodate drops in temperature. It features two zippered front pockets for easy saddle-bound access, hook-and-loop fasteners for an optional hood (sold separately), adjustable cuffs, and a cord-adjustable hem. Reflective highlights include piping for your collar bones, upper arms, and lower back, plus a Gore logo at the back hem to make you as visible as possible in low-light conditions. The 2. 5-layer construction means it's as lightweight and compactable as a waterproof jacket can be. The Gore Bike Wear Element Gore-Tex AS Men's Jacket is available in five sizes, from X-Small to XX-Large, and in the colors Brilliant Blue, Fresh Green, Neon Yellow, Red, and Black.
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