Offering a soft, quiet, windproof, and water-resistant design, the C5 GTX Infinium Bib Tights+ from Gore Wear are ideal when the only thing consistent about the weather ahead is that it's going to be unpredictable. Throw in the Gore Windstopper protection blocking out the cold breezes and repelling water and you have some knickers that are ready for the unexpected during your shoulder season rides. The snug, stretchy fabric in a classic silhouette keeps your body heat close to your skin while the Advanced Road chamois filters out road chatter and provides support on those long base mileage days. At the front of the insert, the Gore Windstopper Cup keeps the front of the crotch shielded from wintry winds without losing breathability. Speaking of breathability, the bib's uppers are constructed from mesh for extra ventilation so you don't overheat. The optimized seam placement ensures that your ride isn't interrupted by friction or irritation while the reflective logo helps you be a little more visible on the road. And not only will your knees thank you for the extra material that keeps them warm, they'll also appreciate the non-restricting, elastic-free lower hem that keeps the openings in place.
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Gore Wear C5 GTX Infinium Bib Tight+ - Men's
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