Gore Bike Wear Path Pants

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Off-road bikers like you don’t hunker down when the warm, dry days of summer make way for cooler, wetter days of fall, winter, and spring. Make sure you’re ready for those not-so-great-weather rides with the Gore Bike Wear Countdown AS Pant. This pant is equipped with highly breathable, yet windproof Gore Windstopper Active Shell material to give your lower body the protection needed to perform at the level you need.

Fit:

  • Comfort fit

Fabric:

  • Reflective logo on hem

Waistband:

  • Adjustable elastic waistband with cord

Weather and Wind:

  • Reflective piping on side seams
  • Gore-Tex Paclite shell fabric for highly breathable, waterproof protection

Zippers:

  • Stow-away zip pocket in back

Features:

  • Pre-shaped knees for mobility
  • Lightweight and packable
  • Adjustable leg width with Velcro fastening for chain protection
  • Wear-resistant seat reinforcement
Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS)
Made with Gore-Tex Paclite, the Path Pants from Gore Bike Wear offer protection against sudden rain showers and keep you warm.

Fiber Content: 100% polyester.
Country of Origin: Imported

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Gore Bike Wear Path Pants Reviews:

Reviews:

Continued to be impressed with the Gore Bike Wear line of clothing - the only complaint is they should have allowed access to the pocket of the internal shorts - after all it is their brand too...

Mike at Backcountry.com on 10/11/2009

Gore need we say more?

Cycling in spring and fall day and night!
Lee Jr. at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 11/11/2012