Some days it seems like the world is rebelling against you. Work was long and tedious, traffic was a nightmare of sporadic construction zones and rubber-neckers, and just as you're getting kitted up at the trailhead to ride the stress away an angry purple storm cloud rolls in, releasing its life-blood to the trail. You could let the rain knock you down another peg, and resentfully pack it in, but not today, because you packed your Gore Wear C5 Gore-Tex Active Jacket to make sure not even Mother Nature can knock you down. The C5 GoreTex Active Jacket is a fully waterproof piece that gives you the coverage you need when a storm breaks out, whether you're 14-miles in, hunkering down under a tree at the top of a ridge line, or just getting started on the ride. Its constructed with a GoreTex membrane that slices through wind and water to keep you as comfortable as possible, while a polyester shell pulls away sweat so a punchy climb doesn't leave you in a sweat bog inside. Cut for a feminine figure, the jacket tapers in at the waist and out at the hip, allowing total freedom of movement with a flattering look. The back features a zippered pocket for stowing essentials, and a drop tail hem that keeps your rear covered from muddy wheel spray on your descent.
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