C5 GORE-TEX INFINIUM Bib Short+ - Men's by Gore Wear
No need to keep checking the forecast and fret those wet roads or surprise showers on your rides if you're wearing the C5 Gore-Tex Infinium Bib Short+ from Gore Wear. Designed to keep you comfortable, warm, and dry during your training, its inclusion of Infinium fabric and its Gore Windstopper Cup Technology ensures you stay warm throughout your ride without dealing with thick fabrics or donning extra warmers. Infinium is windproof, extremely breathable, and water resistant. It uses a film-out fabric ensuring rain will bead off, and preventing showers and brief rainstorms from ruining your day. Taped seams throughout and a durable outer fabric treatment (DWR) offer additional protection against precipitation seeping in. Up top, mesh bib straps are seam-free, reducing friction, irritation, and chafing while preventing the straps from cutting into your skin. At the end of the 25cm inseam are flat ends at the leg openings that stay in place for an optimum fit. The seat insert is of the Advanced Road variety and is fortified with its Windstopper Cup Technology. This adds climate control of sorts by remaining highly breathable, yet the pre-formed windproof section at the front of the insert keeps wind-chill off of sensitive body parts.
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