Gore Wear Windstopper Neck & Face Warmer

Gore Wear Windstopper Neck & Face Warmer
Gore Wear Windstopper Neck & Face Warmer
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Windstopper Neck & Face Warmer by Gore Wear
Don't let the howl of frigid winds outside your door deter you from your daily road ride this winter. Instead, pick up the Gore Wear Windstopper Neck & Face Warmer for windproof, water-resistant, protection when you're over the bars, logging the miles in comfort. The Windstopper fabric shield your face and neck from piercing gusts, while also wicking sweat from your skin and maintaining high levels of breathability. Gore Wear also gave this cold-weather adventure essential a reflective logo to help boost your visibility in those low-light conditions of winter.

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SKU: GWR006Y
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