C7 Gore-Tex Shakedry Jacket - Women's by Gore Wear
Okay, so you're probably not going to be singing and dancing in the rain anytime soon, seeing you'd rather be cycling on a balmy summer day. However, you'll certainly be ready for cold drizzle and torrential downpours of spring and autumn with the Women's C7 Gore-Tex Shakedry Jacket by Gore Wear. This essential piece of rainy day kit provides the impenetrable protection and breathability that Gore-Tex is legendary for, but with an innovative twist that keeps you from slogging across town as a cold, clammy mess. By placing the Gore-Tex membrane on the outside of the jacket where the face fabric normally resides, the Women's C7 Gore-Tex Shakedry Jacket is able to withstand deluges without wetting out, which is a phenomenon where the face fabric's DWR finish stops doing its job. This normally happens after hours of non-stop rain and numerous days in the saddle where dirt, oil, and grime reduce the DWR's water-shedding ability. Ultimately, Shakedry technology provides the same breathable comfort and dryness you've come to love from traditional Gore-Tex membranes, but without a face fabric to soak up excess water on those especially wet days.
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