Gore Wear may be known for the weatherproof membranes it produces, but on the flip side it also has a knack for breathability in the face of summer's most oppressive heat, and the Men's C7 Jersey is the perfect example. Pairing a race-ready slim fit with incredibly breathable dense mesh, the C7 wicks away sweat constantly, and dries in a flash for total climate control while you ride. Constructed from dense and stretchy mesh, the front and back let cool air in and moisture out constantly, while avoiding a see-through appearance that leaves little to the imagination. It fits close to the skin to maximize the capillary action of the material, while keeping the cut aerodynamic and contemporary. Its modern cut carries on to the sleeves, which fit longer on the bicep with a clean hem. Silicone grips reinforce the hems at the arm to lock things into place for minimal fuss while you're riding. As you'd expect, it's packing three rear pockets for storing an extra water bottle (or two) when temperatures hover near triple-digit readings. An ergonomically shaped collar promotes comfort without being a scratchy, irritating ordeal. Plus, it uses reflective logos to keep you visible when you're riding at night to avoid hot temperatures.
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