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Gore Bike Wear Fusion 2.0 GT AS Pants

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    Active Shell for active people.

    The AS you see in the title of the Gore Bike Wear Fuxion 2.0 Gore-Tex AS Pants stands for Active Shell, Gore’s most breathable hard-shell membrane. If you’re a year-round commuter, particularly in wet climates, the Fusion 2.0 is an ideal choice for less-than-perfect days.

    The aforementioned Active Shell membrane is completely waterproof and breathable. Downpours are no problem, nor are slightly warm but wet days; you’ll stay comfortable through your whole ride.

    Knowing full well that a pair of pants made entirely of hardshell material is no way to guarantee comfort, Gore added Gore-Tex stretch panels where the pedaling motion will require the pants to move a bit, and they also added a hook-and-loop closure at the cuff to keep your drivetrain pants-free.

    • Gore-Tex Active Shell membrane, backer, and face material
    • Stretch panels
    • Cuff closures
    • Item #GBW3151

    Tech Specs

    Waist
    hook-and-loop closure
    Material
    [shell] nylon, [stretch panels] 89% nylon, 11% elastane
    Fit
    active
    Recommended Use
    mountain biking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Decent, but lacking in durability

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit:True to size

    I loved these pants when I received them. They provided outstanding protection against water, wind, and cold. They're aerodynamic, and the reflective stripes were a nice touch for night riding. I thought they used more material than necessary in the lower leg area which made them a bit warm, but they were still great.



    However, after less than 18 months of use, I'm getting actual leakage -- we're not just talking wetout from overwhelming the DWR. I know how to maintain Gore-Tex stuff. I wash with tech wash, apply DWR, etc. I get actual water spots on my clothes and it's not good for comfort.



    In all fairness, I use mine more than most people would. I ride at least 5 times a week year 'round and I ride in anything. But having paid over 200 bucks for them, I would have hoped for some more life.



    I personally feel that the alternatives are WAY too heavy so if you're looking for a pair of rain pants you can actually wear, this is still the way to go. But don't expect them to last long if you ride much.

    Not a bad pair of wet weather pants

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times
    • Fit:Runs small

    These are a great pair of Gore-Tex pants. They work hard to keep you dry in the wettest of conditions. They add a nice thermal layer on super cold days so you do not have to layer that heavy on those snowy days. I find that they do run a little small. The legs are a little tight but not uncomfortable.

    Another great Gore product

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    First, I have not tried these in the rain yet, but they are great for blocking the wind over regular pants. They add a surprising amount of warmth. This Gore-Tex Active material breathes amazingly well. The Velcro on the calves is placed perfectly to wrap the legs tightly around the calf. They're tough, especially considering how light they are. I've had a couple of crashes into the bushes with these; and, after washing, they look as good as new. They roll up well to fit in a pack. Warning! These pants are cut slim so they don't flap in the wind. You won't pull them on over your shoes. If you want to wear them over bulky pants, you may need one size larger than usual.

    Nice styling, tight fit

      I got these for my husband in size medium; he normally wears jeans size 32 waist. They were way too tight and also too long, maybe a good fit for someone about 5'9" and 135 lbs. Otherwise, nice and light, fit close around the legs, velcro at waist to adjust for tucking in layers. If they had a better size selection I'd get them.

      Nice styling, tight fit

      Sometimes you can find the same thing, but in women's. They would be shorter (usually a 31" inseam); and usually they look the same; only time it would make a difference would be if a chamois/liner is part of the pant...size-up with Gore. Maybe check into that option, no one else needs to know, or would know.