Gore Bike Wear Oxygen Partial Thermo Long Bib Tights - Men's

Gore Bike Wear Oxygen Partial Thermo Long Bib Tights - Men's
$189.95
Oxygen Partial Thermo Long Bib Tights - Men's by Gore Bike Wear
Price subject to change | SKU: GBW004A

Gore Bike Wear Oxygen Partial Thermo Long Bib Tights - Men's

The Gore Bike Wear Men's Oxygen Partial Thermo Long Bib Tights were made with long, chilly, sometimes snowy winter base mile rides in mind. Featuring a blend of thermal insulation and element-blocking panels, these tights let you get in all your training rides, regardless of the weather. Gore utilizes Thermo fabric to provide toasty warm insulation with a down-soft feel for a cozy, comfy ride every time you clip in. Strategically placed WindStopper panels across the front and center back of these tights block cold wind drafts and fend off wet spray from the road. No more soggy chamois and cold back sections, these tights will keep you dry even when the roads are covered in slushy snow. The seams on these tights are shifted slightly from the traditional straight edges to reduce the potential for annoying chafing, and the bibs are fashioned from mesh to let moisture move away from your body and inconspicuously hide under layers you choose up top. The Oxygen Partial Thermo Long Bib Tights include Gore's Oxygen Men chamois made for long distance rides, featuring a blend of high-density and open-cell foam padding with materials that ventilate and wick moisture away for a dry and comfy ride. Gore incorporates reflective logos and reflective print on the sides of these tights to increase visibility to motorists in low-light and grey winter conditions. Ignore the forecast, find some good booties, and head out for a ride.

October's Featured Park
Arches National Park is known for its' remarkable natural red sandstone arches. With over 2,000 catalogued arches that range in size from a three-foot opening, to Landscape Arch which measures 306 feet from base to base, the park offers the largest concentration of natural arches in the world.
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