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WindStopper, with or without sleeves.

The weather report calls for a windy afternoon, but right now it’s just a steady breeze. Zip the sleeves off the GORE Bike Wear Women’s Alp-X Jacket and pull on the remaining WindStopper vest. Tuck the softshell sleeves into your hydration pack for when the wind picks up. This slim-fit jacket has a superlight mesh lining that slides easily over your jersey. Elastic at the cuffs keep the sleeves down and chest and back pockets hold energy gel when you go pack-less.

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Excellent jacket

I don't really like cycling in cold weather, but with this jacket it's not a problem. I went out in low 50s, high 40s and was plenty warm with this jacket plus a wool base layer. Only one complaint - the zippers are all very tiny and a little bit hard to grip, esp with gloves on, when you want to unzip the neck a bit or undo the sleeves. But other than that I'm very happy with this jacket.

Is this jacket waterproof?

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Is this jacket waterproof?

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This jacket is not waterproof as it is not seam sealed. That said, WINDSTOPPER® is highly water resistant as water will not be able to permeate the body or sleeves of the jacket. If you are seeking a waterproof jacket, you should check out the Alp-X jacket at http://www.hucknroll.com/mountainbike/GBW0057/Gore-Bike-Wear-ALP-X-Jacket-Womens.html

Dave - GORE BIKE WEAR™

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I have the new "13" ALP-X 2.0 Jacket, and it is waterproof & windproof. But this particular jacket (convertible) has been awarded by Mtn.bike mag. (well, one of those mags.); you can simply go to www.gorebikewear.com
For added protection, try the windstopper baselayers, too, and their thermo windstopper helmet cap (under the helmet) for those cooler/cold days.