Gore Bike Wear Element WindStopper Active Shell Pant - Men's

Gore Bike Wear Element WindStopper Active Shell Pant - Men's
Gore Bike Wear Element WindStopper Active Shell Pant - Men's
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Element WindStopper Active Shell Pant - Men's by Gore Bike Wear
As much as we all appreciate a good pair of wind and rain blocking bib tights, some days we're just not in the mood for spandex. Whether you're braving the elements on a daily commute or heading out for a coffee ride with friends, the Gore Bike Wear Men's Element WindStopper Active Shell Pants provide windproof, water-resistant functionality in a relaxed profile to keep you warm and dry through blustery, drizzly days.Gore incorporates an adjustable hook-and-loop closure at the hem to seal out the elements and prevent unwanted chain grabs, with articulated knees for unrestricted pedaling even with the ankles cinched down. A high-cut back and adjustable waistband ensure ample coverage and eliminates unwanted exposure to wind and rain splatter, while reflective piping and print promote safer riding by increasing visibility to motorists and other road users in low-light and inclement conditions.

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