Gore Bike Wear Windstopper Neck & Face Warmer

Gore Bike Wear Windstopper Neck & Face Warmer
Gore Bike Wear Windstopper Neck & Face Warmer
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Windstopper Neck & Face Warmer by Gore Bike Wear
When you just have to get out on your bike, you couldn't care less about your training partner being an abominable snowman. That's why Gore Bike Wear created its new SO Neck and Face Warmer. Constructed from Gore's patented WindStopper fabric, this warmer features a soft lining that lays comfortably against skin. More importantly, though, the SO warmer keeps your face and neck warm, while still allowing your skin to breathe. This is further guaranteed by the obvious, WindStopper stops the wind from reaching your face. And, fabric tech aside, the warmer has an opening for your nose and mouth, ensuring that you're able to freely take in air through a vigorous winter workout. The breathable fabric also minimizes moisture buildup from your breath, which keeps your face both dry and warm. In terms of attachment, the warmer fastens with hook-and-loops at the rear, and the added stretch panels mean that the fit will be conforming to your face. The Gore Bike Wear SO Neck and Face Warmer is available in the color Black and is one-size-fits-most.

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SKU: GBW3162
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