Gore Bike Wear One GTX Pro Cycling Jacket RRP £400 - £200 - £185 for new customers @ Cycle republic
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Gore Bike Wear One GTX Pro Cycling Jacket RRP £400 - £200 - £185 for new customers @ Cycle republic

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Found 27th Dec 2017
Pretty much the best jacket money can buy for mountain biking. It uses Gore's best Pro material which is extremely waterproof, breathable and hard wearing. If you sign up for a new account on Cycle Republic you will get another £15 off making it £185.
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Whoever wants to charge us cyclist's more than the price of a cheap bike, needs locking up.
pvfc2477 m ago

Whoever wants to charge us cyclist's more than the price of a cheap bike, …Whoever wants to charge us cyclist's more than the price of a cheap bike, needs locking up.


Not everyone is riding cheap bike, it is more then half price so very hot from me.
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pvfc2479 m ago

Whoever wants to charge us cyclist's more than the price of a cheap bike, …Whoever wants to charge us cyclist's more than the price of a cheap bike, needs locking up.


I suspect this jacket is not aimed at the kind of cyclist that rides a cheap bike
pvfc24722 m ago

Whoever wants to charge us cyclist's more than the price of a cheap bike, …Whoever wants to charge us cyclist's more than the price of a cheap bike, needs locking up.


Lol seriously, those poor walker folk getting charged an arm and a leg for goretex jackets and boots too, makes me so angry
markross33 m ago

I suspect this jacket is not aimed at the kind of cyclist that rides a …I suspect this jacket is not aimed at the kind of cyclist that rides a cheap bike


We all ride in the same climate though, regardless of the stead we choose.
rodman39 m ago

Not everyone is riding cheap bike, it is more then half price so very hot …Not everyone is riding cheap bike, it is more then half price so very hot from me.


So you have to pay £200 plus to stay Dry and no other Bike jacket will do the job.
More money than sense & label snob spring to mind.
pvfc24717 m ago

So you have to pay £200 plus to stay Dry and no other Bike jacket will do …So you have to pay £200 plus to stay Dry and no other Bike jacket will do the job.More money than sense & label snob spring to mind.


You don’t have to pay anything, you wear what you want and I’ll wear what I want, no need to get on your high horse , it’s a premium breathable jacket
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pvfc24755 m ago

So you have to pay £200 plus to stay Dry and no other Bike jacket will do …So you have to pay £200 plus to stay Dry and no other Bike jacket will do the job.More money than sense & label snob spring to mind.


You don't have to pay £200, you could ride in a cheap coat or even a bin bag and it will keep you quite dry. The difference is as soon as you exert yourself even slightly you will become an extremely sweaty, uncomfortable mess with your sweat and heat trapped inside the coat. What you are paying for is a very high tech material, with very high quality stitching and seams, which will keep all the rain water out, whilst still allowing your sweat to evaporate preventing you from overheating and keeping you very comfortable.
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pvfc2471 h, 33 m ago

We all ride in the same climate though, regardless of the stead we choose.



Well that's not true is it? A lot of people are fair weather cyclists and only ride when it's dry. A lot of people are urban cyclists who probably wouldn't need a jacket like this. But try riding up the side of a mountain in Scotland or Wales in the middle of winter in torrential rain and gale force winds. You're not going to stay very dry or comfortable in a cheap coat.
I certainly will
Surprised this is cold. Great price for a great jacket.
Very good price. At least £50 more expensive elsewhere from what I can see.
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I received mine a couple of days ago. Amazing quality and looks good enough to wear off the bike as well. No way I'd pay RRP for it, but chuffed with it for the price I paid.
Lovely jacket. Would certainly buy if I wasn't on a ban from buying any more cycling jackets!
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