Men's Cycling


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ACTIVE FIT: Designed with a bit looser fit, these products suit a wide range of wearers while still delivering the unique benefits of GORE® Wear garments..
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This GORE® WINDSTOPPER® jacket has an active road cycling fit, combined with a lightweight fleece lining to keep you warm on chilly rides. The close fit ensures the jacket will not flap, even when there's a strong, cold wind blowing.

  • Water resistant
  • Extremely breathable
  • Cool 41° - 59°F
  • Engineered for Cycling
  • Weight: 18.3 ounces
Product Details
  • Warm and soft GORE® WINDSTOPPER® Product: windproof, water repellent and highly breathable
  • 3-compartment patch pockets on back
  • Fleece-lined, close fit high collar
  • Full length zip with semi-lock slider
  • Reflective logo
  • Reflective print
  • Small, zipped pocket on back
  • Zip-underflap and zip-port

    The GORE ® WINDSTOPPER® membrane is an ultra thin protective layer which is laminated to a lightweight textile layer, making it totally windproof. It is made of the versatile polymer PTFE (polytetrafluorethylene) which is expanded to create a microporous structure. These micropores are 900 times larger than water vapor molecules, allowing perspiration to pass through unhindered.

    The totally windproof, yet extremely breathable membrane blocks the wind and allows vapor to escape. This combination of protection and breathability minimizes the wind’s chilling effect while reducing the risk of overheating when you are active. A durable outer fabric treatment provides you additional protection of water repellency.

    Material Information
    • SHELL FACE 100% Polyester
    • SHELL BACKER 100% Polyester
    Care Instructions
    • Wash Warm/40° Delicate
    • No Bleach
    • Tumble Dry Cool
    • Iron Low Temp.
    • Dry Clean Except Trichloroethylene, Delicate
    Product Reviews
    GORE® C5 GORE® WINDSTOPPER® Thermo Jacket is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 4.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from great cold weather outer layer I have been using this jacket for the last two months this winter: I ride in a hilly area, so always working hard up hill or speeding downhill, and this jacket works great for me from 32F to 50F: warm enough going down and breathes well on the way up (and after). Definitely recommend checking the size chart: I use an xl generally, but needed the xxl in this.
    Date published: 2020-03-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from fabulous jacket - ideal for cold winter mornings . The jacket keeps out the cold but is really breathable- no grim sweating...
    Date published: 2020-01-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent cold weather cycling outerwear! This is my "go-to" piece when the temp dips into the 20 and 30F°. The key is the "windstopper" feature combined with the "thermo" feature. Last but not least are the 3 back pockets.
    Date published: 2020-01-04
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic for Cold Rides! I've worn this jacket on a dozen or so rides in temps ranging from the mid 20s up to the low 40s, and I'm convinced it is the perfect jacket for winter riding. With a base layer and a thermal jersey under it, I stay nice and toasty in lower temps. And for days that aren't as cold, I can vary the layers accordingly. The Windstopper material lives up to its billing and then some. I've never had anything stop wind in its tracks like it does. Even going downhill in the shade, the wind just doesn't get through this jacket. And it breathes very well. I was concerned about the lack of pit vents, but I've found that opening the front zipper on extended climbs (or when the weather warms up mid-ride) does the trick and is actually easier to adjust when riding. I moved to this from a North Face soft shell, and the cycling-specific design is makes all the difference in the world. In particular, the cut of the chest doesn't buckle out like a traditional soft shell, which not only makes it less clunky but also noticeably warmer. And the shorter front / longer back keeps it from riding up and leaving the lower back exposed to the cold. The North Face makes a great soft shell for what it is, but there's just no substitute for a jacket designed with biking in mind. I don't ride in rain or snow, so I cannot comment on how well it repels water. But it spot cleans easily, so that would make me believe that the DWR is pretty good. For frame of reference, my typical rides are on rural roads, anywhere between 15 and 25 miles per ride depending on the amount of daylight available. I'm 5'10" with a 42" chest, and the XL fits perfectly. All in all, this jacket was worth every penny. It keeps me warm, and I don't end up with a wet back. I actually enjoy riding in the cold now!
    Date published: 2019-12-23
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