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Boy's Hot Wheels Bike - Blue/Orange (14")

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Find bikes and cycles at Target.com! Keep him riding for hours on the 14 inch hot wheels bike featuring handlebar carry-case for all his hot wheels cars. The mag wheel case has led lights and rev sounds! Custom racing shield, two pad set, coaster

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Boy's Hot Wheels Bike - Yellow (12")

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Find bikes and cycles at Target.com! The magna boys 12" hot wheels bike has pneumatic tires for a smooth ride. Its quick-release seat can be adjusted as your kiddo grows. This magna bmx bike comes with training wheels and has knobby tires for all

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Forefront Helmet Magenta, L

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Valley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res...

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Forefront Helmet Magenta, M

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Valley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res...

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Forefront Helmet Matte Acid Ombre, M

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Valley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res...

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Forefront Helmet Matte Black Ombre, L

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Valley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res...

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Forefront Helmet Matte Acid Ombre, L

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Valley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res...

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Forefront Helmet Matte Acid Ombre, S

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Valley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res...

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Raceblade Fender Set White, Race 28in/700cc x 18/23

We embrace the concept of owning a backup bike. Call it what you will -- a trainer bike, a rain bike, a beater bike, whatever. But the reality of things is this: When you're in real training mode you're going to ride outside rain or shine, and each day closer you get to your "A" race, the more averse you'll be to riding any other bike than the exact bike you'll be racing. The harmony of man and machine is elemental, and the experience of owning a race bike is no different from the experience of having a new, really hot girlfriend -- the "getting to know you" part of the process is a delight, then once that stage is over you take immense comfort in the familiarity of things. Our observation is hardly paradigm-shattering. After all, who doesn't want to ride their favorite bike? And who wants to take time away from riding their favorite bike and instead devote time to cleaning it? Hence the SKS Race Blade fenders. They are terribly un-American but likewise very Euro in purpose: When pros train in Belgium in the Spring they slap fenders on their race bikes. Why? Because rain or shine the hard-men of Belgium are putting in their daily 6 hours, and they don't want their backsides and legs soaked to the bone 10 minutes into the ride. The Race Blade keeps you dry from road spray, and it goes a long way to prevent your bike from getting waterlogged and otherwise trashed. We dig on the Race Blade for one central reason: They use a rubber grommet system to attach to your bike. Think of it as being like a quick release system. It literally takes 10 seconds of tool-free time to put them on and take them off. They stay firmly in place, but they won't mar your frame -- be it a steel or alloy frame with glossy paint, or a carbon frame with a lush clear coat. Take these on and off for season after season and your bike won't look a any different for it. In addition, they're light and nicely aerodynamic. The Race Blade fits 700c wheels equipped with tires ranging in size from 18c-2...

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Competition Tire - Tubular Black-BW Black Chili, (700)28inx22mm

Vectran isn't a sci-fi character and Eric Zabel's not joking when he says, 'hot tires!' in reference to Continental's Competition Tubular Road Bike Tires. Sewn by little old ladies in Korbach, Germany, the Competition uses Vectran Technology--a liquid crystal polymer that prevents punctures--so you don't have a day like Cadel Evans in the '09 Veulta. The tires contain silica compound in the rubber, so when it's raining cats and dogs your wheels remain stuck to the pavement. 3-Ply construction / total 180 tpi170 max psi for super-fast rolling resistance

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Full Metal Fender Silver, One Size

In the past ten years, Portland has turned from a city shadowed by Seattle's vibrant seaside culture to becoming America's cycling sweetheart. It's paved the way for advocacy, it houses countless frame builders, and it's a hub for the two-wheeled culture. And out of this cycling hot spot, innovators like Portland Design Works are thriving with thoughtful, quality products like the Full Metal Fender. Made from anodized aluminum with laser graphics and an embossed badge, the Full Metal fenders distance themselves from flimsy plastic fenders. They offer a full-wrap coverage, including rubber mudflaps to prevent rooster tails from spraying other riders. The anodized silver finish is a beautiful complement to any high-end road bike. Special hardware helps fit the fenders around caliper brakes and under forks, and add-on mounts allow fitting to bikes that lack eyelets. These measures ensure that the Full Metal fenders will fit just about any road bike. For safety, release tabs let your wheels keep turning if debris gets lodged between the fender and tire. The Portland Design Works Full Metal Fender fits frames with tires up to 700 x 23c.

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Competition Tire - Tubular Black-BW Black Chili, (700)28inx25mm

Vectran isn't a sci-fi character and Eric Zabel's not joking when he says, 'hot tires!' in reference to Continental's Competition Tubular Road Bike Tires. Sewn by little old ladies in Korbach, Germany, the Competition uses Vectran Technology--a liquid crystal polymer that prevents punctures--so you don't have a day like Cadel Evans in the '09 Veulta. The tires contain silica compound in the rubber, so when it's raining cats and dogs your wheels remain stuck to the pavement. 3-Ply construction / total 180 tpi170 max psi for super-fast rolling resistance

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Raceblade Fender Set Silver, Race 28in/700cc x 18/23

We embrace the concept of owning a backup bike. Call it what you will -- a trainer bike, a rain bike, a beater bike, whatever. But the reality of things is this: When you're in real training mode you're going to ride outside rain or shine, and each day closer you get to your "A" race, the more averse you'll be to riding any other bike than the exact bike you'll be racing. The harmony of man and machine is elemental, and the experience of owning a race bike is no different from the experience of having a new, really hot girlfriend -- the "getting to know you" part of the process is a delight, then once that stage is over you take immense comfort in the familiarity of things. Our observation is hardly paradigm-shattering. After all, who doesn't want to ride their favorite bike? And who wants to take time away from riding their favorite bike and instead devote time to cleaning it? Hence the SKS Race Blade fenders. They are terribly un-American but likewise very Euro in purpose: When pros train in Belgium in the Spring they slap fenders on their race bikes. Why? Because rain or shine the hard-men of Belgium are putting in their daily 6 hours, and they don't want their backsides and legs soaked to the bone 10 minutes into the ride. The Race Blade keeps you dry from road spray, and it goes a long way to prevent your bike from getting waterlogged and otherwise trashed. We dig on the Race Blade for one central reason: They use a rubber grommet system to attach to your bike. Think of it as being like a quick release system. It literally takes 10 seconds of tool-free time to put them on and take them off. They stay firmly in place, but they won't mar your frame -- be it a steel or alloy frame with glossy paint, or a carbon frame with a lush clear coat. Take these on and off for season after season and your bike won't look a any different for it. In addition, they're light and nicely aerodynamic. The Race Blade fits 700c wheels equipped with tires ranging in size from 18c-2...

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ALP-X 2.0 SO Zip-Off Jacket Red/Black, S

For rough weather conditions, the hard shell jacket sounds like the right tool for the job, at least on paper. You'll find quickly, however, that your hard shell is hot and clammy. That's because it just isn't breathable enough for the kind of work you're doing on a bicycle. All that vapor (and you're making a lot of vapor) is trapped inside the jacket and suddenly you're wearing a steam room. The hard shell fabric also flaps around like crazy on any downhill and it just doesn't feel very soft and comfortable. This is where a softshell jacket like the Gore Bike Wear ALP-X 2. 0 SO Zip-Off Jacket really shines. Softshell fabric is ultra-breathable and allows your body to regulate its temperature naturally without trapping heat and moisture against your skin. Gore's soft shell fabric is also stretchy so it's able to give the Alp-X a more athletic cut that not only makes layering easier, but doesn't flap around every time you bury the needle. The ALP-X 2. 0 SO Zip-Off Jacket is constructed of WindStopper Soft Shell fabric. WindStopper Soft Shell is soft, stretchy, breathable, and body-contouring. It fits and breathes like a comfortable mid-layer, yet it offers a level of water and wind resistance that approaches the protection afforded by a hard-shell jacket. Gore Bike Wear gave the ALP-X its Slim Fit, which means that it contours the body closely to ensure aerodynamics and proper moisture management. Strategically placed stretch panels eliminate binding and add durability. Additionally, the elbows are pre-shaped so that there's no restrictive tugging when you reach for the handlebars. The jacket has a subtle drop tail for full coverage and to protect the seat of your pants from wheel spray. It also has a shaped collar to ensure neck comfort. The zipper is supplied with an underflap and garage to keep it tucked away nicely when the jacket is fully zipped. If you find yourself overheating during hard efforts, you can ventilate through two side zip...

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ALP-X 2.0 SO Zip-Off Jacket Fresh Green/Black, S

For rough weather conditions, the hard shell jacket sounds like the right tool for the job, at least on paper. You'll find quickly, however, that your hard shell is hot and clammy. That's because it just isn't breathable enough for the kind of work you're doing on a bicycle. All that vapor (and you're making a lot of vapor) is trapped inside the jacket and suddenly you're wearing a steam room. The hard shell fabric also flaps around like crazy on any downhill and it just doesn't feel very soft and comfortable. This is where a softshell jacket like the Gore Bike Wear ALP-X 2. 0 SO Zip-Off Jacket really shines. Softshell fabric is ultra-breathable and allows your body to regulate its temperature naturally without trapping heat and moisture against your skin. Gore's soft shell fabric is also stretchy so it's able to give the Alp-X a more athletic cut that not only makes layering easier, but doesn't flap around every time you bury the needle. The ALP-X 2. 0 SO Zip-Off Jacket is constructed of WindStopper Soft Shell fabric. WindStopper Soft Shell is soft, stretchy, breathable, and body-contouring. It fits and breathes like a comfortable mid-layer, yet it offers a level of water and wind resistance that approaches the protection afforded by a hard-shell jacket. Gore Bike Wear gave the ALP-X its Slim Fit, which means that it contours the body closely to ensure aerodynamics and proper moisture management. Strategically placed stretch panels eliminate binding and add durability. Additionally, the elbows are pre-shaped so that there's no restrictive tugging when you reach for the handlebars. The jacket has a subtle drop tail for full coverage and to protect the seat of your pants from wheel spray. It also has a shaped collar to ensure neck comfort. The zipper is supplied with an underflap and garage to keep it tucked away nicely when the jacket is fully zipped. If you find yourself overheating during hard efforts, you can ventilate through two side zip...

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ALP-X 2.0 SO Zip-Off Jacket Fresh Green/Black, XL

For rough weather conditions, the hard shell jacket sounds like the right tool for the job, at least on paper. You'll find quickly, however, that your hard shell is hot and clammy. That's because it just isn't breathable enough for the kind of work you're doing on a bicycle. All that vapor (and you're making a lot of vapor) is trapped inside the jacket and suddenly you're wearing a steam room. The hard shell fabric also flaps around like crazy on any downhill and it just doesn't feel very soft and comfortable. This is where a softshell jacket like the Gore Bike Wear ALP-X 2. 0 SO Zip-Off Jacket really shines. Softshell fabric is ultra-breathable and allows your body to regulate its temperature naturally without trapping heat and moisture against your skin. Gore's soft shell fabric is also stretchy so it's able to give the Alp-X a more athletic cut that not only makes layering easier, but doesn't flap around every time you bury the needle. The ALP-X 2. 0 SO Zip-Off Jacket is constructed of WindStopper Soft Shell fabric. WindStopper Soft Shell is soft, stretchy, breathable, and body-contouring. It fits and breathes like a comfortable mid-layer, yet it offers a level of water and wind resistance that approaches the protection afforded by a hard-shell jacket. Gore Bike Wear gave the ALP-X its Slim Fit, which means that it contours the body closely to ensure aerodynamics and proper moisture management. Strategically placed stretch panels eliminate binding and add durability. Additionally, the elbows are pre-shaped so that there's no restrictive tugging when you reach for the handlebars. The jacket has a subtle drop tail for full coverage and to protect the seat of your pants from wheel spray. It also has a shaped collar to ensure neck comfort. The zipper is supplied with an underflap and garage to keep it tucked away nicely when the jacket is fully zipped. If you find yourself overheating during hard efforts, you can ventilate through two side zip...

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ALP-X 2.0 SO Zip-Off Jacket Black/Neon Yellow, S

For rough weather conditions, the hard shell jacket sounds like the right tool for the job, at least on paper. You'll find quickly, however, that your hard shell is hot and clammy. That's because it just isn't breathable enough for the kind of work you're doing on a bicycle. All that vapor (and you're making a lot of vapor) is trapped inside the jacket and suddenly you're wearing a steam room. The hard shell fabric also flaps around like crazy on any downhill and it just doesn't feel very soft and comfortable. This is where a softshell jacket like the Gore Bike Wear ALP-X 2. 0 SO Zip-Off Jacket really shines. Softshell fabric is ultra-breathable and allows your body to regulate its temperature naturally without trapping heat and moisture against your skin. Gore's soft shell fabric is also stretchy so it's able to give the Alp-X a more athletic cut that not only makes layering easier, but doesn't flap around every time you bury the needle. The ALP-X 2. 0 SO Zip-Off Jacket is constructed of WindStopper Soft Shell fabric. WindStopper Soft Shell is soft, stretchy, breathable, and body-contouring. It fits and breathes like a comfortable mid-layer, yet it offers a level of water and wind resistance that approaches the protection afforded by a hard-shell jacket. Gore Bike Wear gave the ALP-X its Slim Fit, which means that it contours the body closely to ensure aerodynamics and proper moisture management. Strategically placed stretch panels eliminate binding and add durability. Additionally, the elbows are pre-shaped so that there's no restrictive tugging when you reach for the handlebars. The jacket has a subtle drop tail for full coverage and to protect the seat of your pants from wheel spray. It also has a shaped collar to ensure neck comfort. The zipper is supplied with an underflap and garage to keep it tucked away nicely when the jacket is fully zipped. If you find yourself overheating during hard efforts, you can ventilate through two side zip...

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ALP-X 2.0 SO Zip-Off Jacket Black/Neon Yellow, L

For rough weather conditions, the hard shell jacket sounds like the right tool for the job, at least on paper. You'll find quickly, however, that your hard shell is hot and clammy. That's because it just isn't breathable enough for the kind of work you're doing on a bicycle. All that vapor (and you're making a lot of vapor) is trapped inside the jacket and suddenly you're wearing a steam room. The hard shell fabric also flaps around like crazy on any downhill and it just doesn't feel very soft and comfortable. This is where a softshell jacket like the Gore Bike Wear ALP-X 2. 0 SO Zip-Off Jacket really shines. Softshell fabric is ultra-breathable and allows your body to regulate its temperature naturally without trapping heat and moisture against your skin. Gore's soft shell fabric is also stretchy so it's able to give the Alp-X a more athletic cut that not only makes layering easier, but doesn't flap around every time you bury the needle. The ALP-X 2. 0 SO Zip-Off Jacket is constructed of WindStopper Soft Shell fabric. WindStopper Soft Shell is soft, stretchy, breathable, and body-contouring. It fits and breathes like a comfortable mid-layer, yet it offers a level of water and wind resistance that approaches the protection afforded by a hard-shell jacket. Gore Bike Wear gave the ALP-X its Slim Fit, which means that it contours the body closely to ensure aerodynamics and proper moisture management. Strategically placed stretch panels eliminate binding and add durability. Additionally, the elbows are pre-shaped so that there's no restrictive tugging when you reach for the handlebars. The jacket has a subtle drop tail for full coverage and to protect the seat of your pants from wheel spray. It also has a shaped collar to ensure neck comfort. The zipper is supplied with an underflap and garage to keep it tucked away nicely when the jacket is fully zipped. If you find yourself overheating during hard efforts, you can ventilate through two side zip...

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ALP-X 2.0 SO Zip-Off Jacket Red/Black, XL

For rough weather conditions, the hard shell jacket sounds like the right tool for the job, at least on paper. You'll find quickly, however, that your hard shell is hot and clammy. That's because it just isn't breathable enough for the kind of work you're doing on a bicycle. All that vapor (and you're making a lot of vapor) is trapped inside the jacket and suddenly you're wearing a steam room. The hard shell fabric also flaps around like crazy on any downhill and it just doesn't feel very soft and comfortable. This is where a softshell jacket like the Gore Bike Wear ALP-X 2. 0 SO Zip-Off Jacket really shines. Softshell fabric is ultra-breathable and allows your body to regulate its temperature naturally without trapping heat and moisture against your skin. Gore's soft shell fabric is also stretchy so it's able to give the Alp-X a more athletic cut that not only makes layering easier, but doesn't flap around every time you bury the needle. The ALP-X 2. 0 SO Zip-Off Jacket is constructed of WindStopper Soft Shell fabric. WindStopper Soft Shell is soft, stretchy, breathable, and body-contouring. It fits and breathes like a comfortable mid-layer, yet it offers a level of water and wind resistance that approaches the protection afforded by a hard-shell jacket. Gore Bike Wear gave the ALP-X its Slim Fit, which means that it contours the body closely to ensure aerodynamics and proper moisture management. Strategically placed stretch panels eliminate binding and add durability. Additionally, the elbows are pre-shaped so that there's no restrictive tugging when you reach for the handlebars. The jacket has a subtle drop tail for full coverage and to protect the seat of your pants from wheel spray. It also has a shaped collar to ensure neck comfort. The zipper is supplied with an underflap and garage to keep it tucked away nicely when the jacket is fully zipped. If you find yourself overheating during hard efforts, you can ventilate through two side zip...

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ALP-X 2.0 SO Zip-Off Jacket Black/Neon Yellow, M

For rough weather conditions, the hard shell jacket sounds like the right tool for the job, at least on paper. You'll find quickly, however, that your hard shell is hot and clammy. That's because it just isn't breathable enough for the kind of work you're doing on a bicycle. All that vapor (and you're making a lot of vapor) is trapped inside the jacket and suddenly you're wearing a steam room. The hard shell fabric also flaps around like crazy on any downhill and it just doesn't feel very soft and comfortable. This is where a softshell jacket like the Gore Bike Wear ALP-X 2. 0 SO Zip-Off Jacket really shines. Softshell fabric is ultra-breathable and allows your body to regulate its temperature naturally without trapping heat and moisture against your skin. Gore's soft shell fabric is also stretchy so it's able to give the Alp-X a more athletic cut that not only makes layering easier, but doesn't flap around every time you bury the needle. The ALP-X 2. 0 SO Zip-Off Jacket is constructed of WindStopper Soft Shell fabric. WindStopper Soft Shell is soft, stretchy, breathable, and body-contouring. It fits and breathes like a comfortable mid-layer, yet it offers a level of water and wind resistance that approaches the protection afforded by a hard-shell jacket. Gore Bike Wear gave the ALP-X its Slim Fit, which means that it contours the body closely to ensure aerodynamics and proper moisture management. Strategically placed stretch panels eliminate binding and add durability. Additionally, the elbows are pre-shaped so that there's no restrictive tugging when you reach for the handlebars. The jacket has a subtle drop tail for full coverage and to protect the seat of your pants from wheel spray. It also has a shaped collar to ensure neck comfort. The zipper is supplied with an underflap and garage to keep it tucked away nicely when the jacket is fully zipped. If you find yourself overheating during hard efforts, you can ventilate through two side zip...

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