Gore Bike Wear Element Lady WindStopper Softshell Jacket - Women's

Gore Bike Wear Element Lady WindStopper Softshell Jacket - Women's
Gore Bike Wear Element Lady WindStopper Softshell Jacket - Women's
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Element Lady WindStopper Softshell Jacket - Women's by Gore Bike Wear
Protect yourself from strong gusts and cool, breezy conditions with the Gore Bike Wear Women's Element WindStopper Soft Shell Lady Jacket. Leveraging Gore WindStopper soft shell construction, this jacket is completely windproof, blocking strong gusts from chilling your core during inclement weather. It's also water-resistant, shedding light showers from seeping inside and dampening your jersey or inner layer. Furthermore, the jacket is highly breathable, allowing built-up water vapor to readily evaporate as you work up a sweat on fast-paced rides. The jacket's close-fitting collar helps to seal out chilly air, while its soft fleece lining provides a cozy-warm feel on chilly spring and fall outings. Other key features include a full-length draft flap along the front zip, an elastic hemline for a secure fit, elasticized cuffs with thumbholes, and reflective accents for boosted visibility after dark.

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SKU: GBW004H
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