Gore Wear Gore-Tex Paclite Jacket - Men's

Gore Wear Gore-Tex Paclite Jacket - Men's
Gore Wear Gore-Tex Paclite Jacket - Men's
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Gore-Tex Paclite Jacket - Men's by Gore Wear
Rain jackets have evolved from the days of a simple EVA shell with a hook-and-loop front, and the Gore Wear Gore-Tex Paclite Jacket sets a new standard for the cycling rain-shell. Constructed of Gore-Tex Paclite, the jacket boasts a waterproof and windproof membrane that is thin enough to pack down for on-bike carry. Enhancing breathability in rain jackets is critical. We can still become chilled by our sweat, and the Packlite helps us stay on top of high-intensity training while effectively maintaining moisture management and heat loss.In case your ride never escapes the ominous radar, the Packlite has two external pockets to keep snacks at the ready without having to unzip the front or hunt for the jersey's pockets. And the extended tail keeps road spray off your rear to enhance comfort and warmth.

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