Gore Bike Wear Power SO Gloves

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MSRP : $55.95

Product Description

If you're serious about heading out for a ride in November, you need a glove that delivers some serious protection. The Gore Bike Wear Power SO Glove features the Windstopper Soft Shell technology, which combines total windproofness, water-resistance, and excellent breathability. A fleece lining backs up the membrane for extra warmth and wicking power.

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