Gore Wear Windstopper Baselayer Thermo Turtleneck - Women's

Gore Wear Windstopper Baselayer Thermo Turtleneck - Women's
Gore Wear Windstopper Baselayer Thermo Turtleneck - Women's
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Windstopper Baselayer Thermo Turtleneck - Women's by Gore Wear
When you strike out to ride on a chilly day, the wind can be your worst enemy. The Gore Wear Winstopper Baselayer Thermo Turtleneck changes the tide, preventing the wind from ruining your ride and helping you maintain comfort. The hybrid construction pairs Gore Windstopper at the chest and sleeves with Thermo-stretch fabric under the arms and down the back, placing wind protection where you need it and airflow in more protected areas. From the extended collar warming your breath as it goes down your throat to the drop-tail hem that provides coverage even in your most aggressive stance, this top minimizes exposure as you pedal. The form-fitting cut gives you an aerodynamic silhouette when worn alone and slides easily under other layers for especially cold weather.

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