Gore Bike Wear Fusion Jackets

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $400.00

Product Description

  • High fleece-trimmed collar
  • Ergonomically shaped
  • Zip tags for easy opening
  • Toggle at pocket and collar
  • Press-stud fastening for cord on inside

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Bentania a Weekend Warrior from Azeitao

Date Reviewed: December 16, 2010

Strengths:    Totally waterproof, totally breathable.

Weaknesses:    It is only available in black. Not the best color for cycling... The price tag!!!

Bottom Line:   
[NOTE]: This review is for the Fusion II model.

Is this jacket expensive? Hell yes!!! Does it work flawlessly? You bet! But, and this is a big but, in this case, you really get what you pay for...

It is, by far, the best jacket I've ever owned for mountain biking. It has endured some pouring rain and it kept me dry from the outside water AND dry from the inside sweat. The hood is a must. Unbelievable quality, excelent workmanship. The only problem is really the price tag. But if you're like me an all around mountain biker who rides in the sun or in the rain, winter or summer, then this is a truly valuable piece of equipment.

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Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $250.00

Purchased At:   Wiggle

Similar Products Used:   Many other theoretically waterproof jackets.

Bike Setup:   Santa Cruz Blur LT2

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X-Fusion Vengence Woes

I've owned my X-Fusion Vengence HLR DLA fork for over nine months now, and I'm still having trouble figuring out the adjustments. With a low enough air pressure (lower then recommended for my riding weight), and with the low-speed compression damping almost all the way open, the fork behavies wel ... Read More »

Fox RP23 vs X-Fusion 02 HLR.. any opinions

Seen some good reviews on the Fox unit but not a lot on the X-Fusion (not including their old HL model), so I was wondering if anyone has had the pleasure of riding both and is willing to share an opinion.. Cheers..Read More »

X-Fusion O2 - require a shim?

Hey folks, Running an X-Fusion O2 on a Mojo SL and am curious about trying a 650b setup. Tons of info on Mojo conversions using Fox, but I can't find anything on doing this with the X-Fusion rear shock. Has anyone tried this?Read More »

Spring for my X-fusion Vector RC

I currently have a 400 lbs spring rate on my DH Aurum. I didn't weight myself with all gear but I'm pretty sure I can top 210lbs easily. I rode with it for a while now and to get a decent sag on the rear shock, I need to preload it to the max (per x-fusion recommendations, about 6 turns). Still, I f ... Read More »

X-Fusion Vector Air HLR

I quick update on the Vector air shock I am running in my trail bike. Simply put the best shock, air or coil, out there I have tried. (NOTE: have not tried the DB Air) I have run Manitou Swinger, Marz Air, Fox RP2, RP23, RP23 Tuned, RS Monarch Plus RC3 and finally now am running the Vector ... Read More »

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