Gore Bike Wear Element Urban Windstopper Softshell Pants - Men's

Gore Bike Wear Element Urban Windstopper Softshell Pants - Men's
$199.95
Element Urban Windstopper Softshell Pants - Men's by Gore Bike Wear
Price subject to change | SKU: GBW004G

Gore Bike Wear Element Urban Windstopper Softshell Pants - Men's

Finding a good pair of wet-weather pants that don't look like you've wrapped a tent around your legs can sometimes feel like a difficult task, but never fear, the Gore Bike Wear Men's Element Urban WS SO Pants are here to save the day with style that's right at home both on and off the bike. Made from water-resistant and windproof WindStopper Soft Shell fabric, these pants will keep you dry through even the most torrential drizzle. Gore incorporates extra reinforcement on the seat of these pants to increase durability for years of wet-weather protection through urban commutes and other cycling adventures. A grippy insert at the waistband helps keep everything in place to avoid unfortunate exposure to wind and rain splatter, while belt loops dot the waist to cinch with your favorite belt -- a feature not often found in cycling-specific clothing. The Element Urban WS SO Pants come equipped with a multitude of pockets for stowing away ride essentials, and reflective detailing along the waistband and back pockets increases visibility in low-light, inclement conditions. As an added functional bonus, Gore incorporates reflective details on the inside of the adjustable right hem to add extra visibility while keeping your pant leg out of the chain.

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