Gore C5 Trail Light Shorts
Gore C5 Trail Light Shorts
Gore Bike Wear C5 Trail Light Shorts
Ride for longer in true comfort and style. The C5 Trail Light Shorts from Gore bring XC durability to the trail. Inspired by the hardcore toughness needed for a successful XC run, the Gore C5 Trail Light Shorts are designed for durability and extended rides over harsh terrain. A stretchy waistband ensures that while style points are high, unhindered pedalling comes high on the agenda too, while side mesh keeps things pleasantly breathable. For a close, strong fit, there are silicone grippers on the waistband, two zip pockets are perfect for your valuables and spray protection on the crotch and inner spray keep you protected and dry. Lightweight, XC-inspired overshort. Stretchy waistband to ensure unhindered movement. Spray protection on crotch and inner thigh. Side mesh inserts for ventilation. Silicone grippers on waistband to ensure secure fit. 2 zip pockets. Insert: 100% Polyester. Main: 86% Polyester, 14% Elastane(Spandex). Shell Inside: 94% Polyamide(Nylon), 6% Elastane(Spandex).
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Gore, or Gore Bike Wear as the cycling range is called, is a manufacturer of high end cycling clothing. Founded in 1985, it's first product was the Giro jacket, which offered wind and waterproofing as well as being breathable, together with the lengthened back cycle specific design. Two years later the Superconfex team (which will eventually become Rabobank) used this garment at the 1987 Tour de France. In 1992 Gore introduced the Windstopper, with jerseys and tights coming the following year. By 1996 they had settled on their now distinctive minimalist logo, and ever since they have strived to launch performance cycling wear suitable for professionals and serious recreational riders alike.
To read more about their history, please visit http://inspiration.goreapparel.com/about-us/our-journey/ or you can view their homepage at http://www.goreapparel.co.uk/gore-bike-wear/.
I originally found this deal at Wiggle, who are widely established as one of the biggest cycle retailers in the UK. The first incarnation of this giant was as a small bike shop based in Portsmouth, named Butler Cycles... Find out more details about Wiggle here.