Gore Bike Wear Power Bib + Shorts - Men's

Gore Bike Wear Power Bib + Shorts - Men's
Gore Bike Wear Power Bib + Shorts - Men's
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Power Bib + Shorts - Men's by Gore Bike Wear
Designed for the devoted year-round cyclist, the Gore Men's Power Bib + Shorts blend technical fabrication with well-padded comfort and timeless aesthetics. Part of Gore's Power collection, the Power Bib + Shorts perform best on medium-distance jaunts and weekly rides with your local club, giving them workhorse status within your arsenal of cycling apparel. Highly functional materials come together with a body-hugging fit that's supportive and extremely versatile. Full mesh bibs actively ventilate your mid-section and upper body. The Power Men seat insert alleviates saddle pressure, allowing you to get the most out of every ride without irritation slowing you down. Gripper elastic along the bottom hem ensures a secure fit without them riding up or bunching. Because you'll be wearing these bibs on early morning training rides and late-evening spins, Gore outfitted them with a large reflective logo on the side and rear for brilliant visibility at low-light hours.

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SKU: GBW005V
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