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Gore Bike Wear ALP-X 2.0 Gore-Tex Women's Pants

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Item # GBW3173

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Description

Ride through the rain.

While your tires might not be ready for a wet trail, your pants will be if you're wearing the Gore Bike Wear ALP-X 2.0 GT AS Pants. Using a proprietary fabric construction and a cycling-specific anatomic fit, the ALP-2.0 pants are ready for the worst that Mother Nature has to offer. Just think how stressful a trail side flat is without a tube, and then add wind and water. Don't get caught off guard; gear up and ride out.

Gore Bike Wear's ALP-X 2.0 GT AS Pants are made from Gore's patented Gore-Tex Active fabric. This material adheres to Gore's rigorous standards of lightweight, windproof, and waterproof construction. The multilayer fabric design ensures high breathability and well regulated moisture transfer away from the skin. Not only are the pants designed to compete with the weather, but provide a precise, anatomic fit as well. The fit is supported by pre-shaped knees, an adjustable waistband, and a high-cut back with a zippered stow pocket. For protection from long-term saddle friction and chainrings, the pants also feature a wear-resistant seat reinforcement and Velcro leg-fasteners. And although the ALP-X 2.0s are made for the mountains, you're going to have to ride home at some point. That's why Gore's included reflective side piping, a reflective logo on the seat and legs, and reflective print on the hem.

The Gore Bike Wear ALP-X 2.0 GT AS Pants are available in sizes X-Small through XX-Large, and in the color Black.

Tech Specs

Material:
[shell] nylon, Gore-Tex, polyester, [stretch panels] 89% nylon, 11% elastane, Gore-Tex, [insert] nylon, Gore-Tex, polyester
Fit:
active
Waist:
elastic
Pockets:
1 rear stow
Recommended Use:
cycling, training, group rides
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

Size chart

GORE Bike Wear & Running Wear

Women's
XS S M L XL XXL
34 36 38 40 42 44
Chest 30.25 - 31.5in
(77 - 80cm)
32 - 33in
(81 - 84cm)
33.5 - 34.75in
(85 - 88cm)
35 - 36.25in
(89 - 92cm)
36.5 - 37.75in
(93 - 96cm)
38 - 39in
(97 - 100cm)
Arm Length 28in
(71cm)
28.5in
(72cm)
28.75in
(73cm)
29in
(74cm)
29.5in
(75cm)
30in
(76cm)
Waist 24 - 25.25in
(61 - 64cm)
25.5 - 26.75in
(65 - 68cm)
27 - 28.25in
(69 - 72cm)
28.75 - 30in
(73 - 76cm)
30.25 - 31.5in
(77 - 80cm)
32 - 33in
(81 - 84cm)
Hip 34 - 35in
(86 - 89cm)
35.5 - 36.75in
(90 - 93cm)
37 - 38in
(94 - 97cm)
38.5 - 39.75in
(98 - 101cm)
40 - 41.25in
(102 - 105cm)
41.75 - 43in
(106 - 109cm)
Inseam 31.5in
(80cm)
31.5in
(80cm)
31.5in
(80cm)
31.5in
(80cm)
31.5in
(80cm)
31.5in
(80cm)
How to Measure:
For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
Chest:
Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
Arm Length:
Measure from the center of your back to your wrist with arms held out.
Waist:
Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
Hip:
Measure around the fullest part of your body at the top of your legs.
Inseam:
Using pants that fit well, measure the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg.

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A "Must Have" for these pants

A "Must Have" for these pants

Keep the baggy bottoms of these pants out of the chain with this really great leg band by Dueter...best I've found yet!

5 5

Made my Rainy Rides in Ireland Great!

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs small

These pants delivered ! All the things I hated about wearing rain pants ( hot, noisy, ill fitting, and constraining) are now just a distant memory. These pants kept me dry and comfortable on very wet rides through western Ireland. And they breath so well and are so easy to ride in, that I was very happy to wear them on windy, misty rides, too. They are articulated so there is no annoying pulling at the knees while pedaling. They make a little bit noise while pedaling but not bad. And as far as rain pants go, they are surprisingly flattering : no bagging around the butt or waist. A small design improvement would be for the ankle Velcro closing to allow for a snugger closing and assure chain clearance. I usually wear a women's size 6-8 or Medium and the Women's Large fit well.

3 5

Great pants after all...

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Found out about pants' leg bands; in particular, a product by Deuter that is a bit wider than most other straps I've seen, so it holds the pant leg more securely. It also has a 3-M Scotch Lite reflective strip and secure velcro closure.
Gore seems to run on the small side (aside from the REALLY baggy legs of these), recommend order one size up & get the Deuter leg band (the one I got retails at $11.00, look for that one); your local bike shop will probably have to special order it from their catalog, as did my favorite shop; or go directly to the Deuter web-site...be safe...good-to-go!

Responded on

Thank you for the suggestion. DO you know what is funny about these pants ? that I got caugnt in my bycicle chain one day when I was riding in my Gore pants...(after six months of using them) I called Gore and they gave me one website where they repair Gore products. They sent me to Amazon to buy the repair kit, is available as ( McNett Gore-Tex Fabric Repair Kit ). I have not done the repair yet but I will sure let you know if this works or not. It has good reviews at least. Hope you don't get caught with your leg band that you are recommending. I will try to get one for sure.

Still like the concept of these weather...

Still like the concept of these weather resistant pants...does anyone have any actual experience riding with these...how do you manage the extra material at the lower leg and not getting it caught-up in the bike? Or, is there another brand that would also fit the bill ( I don't know who does weather protection better besides Gore), but fit better? I mountain/trail ride mostly. Thanks for any helpful tips!

Responded on

I actually think that Gore bike pants are really good. I have been riding in these since November 2012 in New York City and I've been always dry, and although they do not have a inner layer for cold I use them on top of my tights. They are like a windbreaker... they are long enough to cover the boots if it rains and to allow you comfortably to ride. Sometimes the material on the lower leg rubs my chain but I haven't been caught yet. It doesn't happen to me frequently. I am 5' 6 " and 152 lb. I chose the size XL. For me I do not care if I look baggy, I went for the extra-protection. There are two Velcro attachments and I use the vertical one.

Responded on

Thanks, cla...that's the reason I wanted these, too (extra protection). I'm the same basic build and the large was too close for going over the tights comfortably. Maybe I'll give them another try...still concerned about entanglement in the chain...but you've had no real problem...maybe someone else has a "trick" for keeping the bottom leg out of trouble...Thanks again!

2 5

For Cycling...Really???

  • Gender: Female

In theory, these would be great...everything in the reveiw was just what I was looking for, even a looser fit (thought they may also be worn OVER another pair of pants for extra warmth & protection); but from the knee down they were just way too baggy! I think these should stay on the "mountian". The velcro didn't stick together like it should, and even so, they were still too baggy, and could easily get caught up in the chain,etc. So dissapointed, had to send back. Might be good for hiking, unless you want to bungy or tape the pants around your calves/ankles! No insulation, just basically a shell...which still would have been o.k. if they would have designed them more "cycle" friendly.