Gore Bike Wear's new Power 2.0 Thermo Jersey was designed to be the ideal mid-weight core layer for cool late season conditions. The jersey relies on a blend of Gore's lightly insulated fabrics, small but imperative details, and a streamlined cut to keep you comfortably spinning away through the fall and winter.
Gore's Power 2.0 Thermo was made with a lightly insulated nylon/elastane thermal fabric. This brushed-lined blend is effective in wicking and managing moisture through a push pull system, allowing sweat to be drawn away from the skin and immediately pushed to the outer surface of the jersey. This effectively increases overall comfort by maintaining an optimal internal temperature. Flatlock seams keep the panels smooth against your skin, and the light elastic on the hem and cuffs hold the jersey firmly in place.
The Power 2.0 was modeled off of Gore's "slim" fit platform, meaning that it closely follows the contours of your body, but is never constricting while in the saddle. Gore gave the jersey a tall, close-fit collar to keep out the elements out up top, as well as a full-length front zipper to help dump heat when necessary. Three rear pockets line the back, with a fourth zippered pocket acting as a safety pouch for your keys and electronic devices.
The Power 2.0 was finished off with reflective elements throughout to increase your visibility to motorists in low-light conditions.
The Gore Bike Wear Power 2.0 Thermo Long Sleeve Jersey is available in five sizes from Small to XX-Large and in the colors Black/white, Neon Yellow/black, Red/white, and Splash Blue/red.
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Warm and neon yellow, this jacket is now my go-to top for after-dark rides. I feel more visible and safe, plus my core stays warm in temps down to about 55F and dry. Below that I would probably add the Gore longsleeve windstopper baselayer. I tend not to overheat in this either, making it really excellent.