C5 Gore-Tex Infinium Jersey
Protecting like a jacket while fitting and feeling like a race jersey, the Gore Wear C5 Gore-Tex Infinium Jersey pushes the limits of what performance cycling apparel is capable of, giving you water-resistant and breathable comfort in a modern cut that makes it a favorite for inclement weather. Constructed with a taped Infinium fabric, this jersey is built around a Gore Windstopper membrane for wind, rain, and splashback protection from neck to arm when the weather warrants it, while also offering extremely breathable comfort when the clouds clear and the sun shines through. Reflective details throughout give you 360-degrees of visibility to help you stay seen in aforementioned stormy weather, and the raised collar adds extra warmth when the conditions are cold and wet.
- Windproof and weather-resistant jersey for wet, cold conditions
- Gore WindStopper membrane is windproof and water-resistant
- Semi-fitted design is layer-friendly but not loose and baggy
- Taped seams at shoulder and arm for added rain protection
- 3D rear pocket construction gives more storage space
- Fabric has stretch characteristics for mobility and comfort
- Reflective details enhance visibility in low light
- Elastic hem prevents it from flapping in the breeze
- Item #GWR007R
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: Runs small
- Size Bought: Large
- Height: 5'10"
- Weight: 165lbs
I love when a company reads my mind. I struggle with staying warm on the road bike when I ride in the mornings around the mountains. Leaving the house, it is full jacket weather, first climb, sweat and overheating, then first descent, freeze, repeat. My current solution is clunky, I wear a wind proof baselayer, jersey, jacket. but then I end up sweating through the base layer and getting a chill on the descent. So I go this and BOOM, fix the problems. I can wear a nice baselayer under and this on top, maybe some arm warmers, and I am good to go for my morning rides. Sweat doesn't build up since the material moves moisture and blocks wind. It keeps you warm on the descent and the flats, without over heating, and up the climbs, open up the full zip and you have perfect venting. The fit is trim, so I went to a large, I normally wear medium in most american cycling brands, large in Castelli, medium in most Assos. The sleeves are lang and good for keeping that style fresh, but not so long they are intrusive. The cut allows for nice articulation when you are riding in the drops. And the material is not "waterproof" because it doesn't have taped seams... whatever, it takes a massive downpour for you to get wet, the Gore Infinum is HIGHLY water resistant. I have the Infinum XC ski jacket too, it is the best material I have ever used for cold aerobic activity.