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When appropriate, we all want to stay warm. More often than not, though, Mother Nature has other plans. For this reason, Gore Bike Wear designed its new Base Layer WindStopper Singlet. When employed as part of a weather-appropriate layering system, this first layer helps to block cold winds from chilling your core, so that uncontrollable shivering doesn’t take the fun out of your ride.

For its construction, Gore combined a polyester knit with its proprietary WindStopper membrane. As a 100% windproof fabric, Gore’s WindStopper was incorporated at the front, shoulders, and kidney panels in order to keep your core warm. In addition to being windproof, the WindStopper membrane is also breathable and quite efficient at managing moisture. In fact, by transporting moisture from the skin to the surface of the fabric, this membrane keeps you dry and comfortable. And because cool temperatures won’t stop you from working up a sweat, the rear window has been constructed of a polyester blend to vent any excess heat.

Gore constructed this base layer around a contoured fit. Accordingly, this top is designed for the cycling position, meaning that it will move with you instead of binding and bunching. Along these lines, Gore also incorporated flatlock stitching for the seams. This provides an even closer fit, while also doing away with the risk of chafing at the seams.

The Gore Bike Wear WindStopper Base Layer Singlet is available in five sizes from Small to XX-Large and in the colors Black and Light Grey/white.

  • WindStopper membrane
  • Polyester and polypropylene fabrics
  • Form fit
  • Flatlock stitching
Tech SpecsSize
Tech Specs
[front face fabric] polyester, [front membrane/laminate] Windstopper, [back] 88% polypropylene, 8% elastane, 4% nylon
Recommended Use
cycling, mountain biking, fitness
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

GORE Bike Wear & Running Wear

Men's Apparel

32.75 - 34.75in

(83 - 88cm)

35 - 37in

(89 - 94cm)

37.5 - 39.5in

(95 - 100cm)

39.75 - 41.75in

(101 - 106cm)

42 - 44in

(107 - 112cm)

Arm Length

29.75 - 30.75in

(76.5 - 78cm)

31 - 31.75in

(79 - 80.5cm)

32 - 32.75in

(81.5 - 83cm)

33 - 33.75in

(84 - 85.5cm)

34 - 34.75in

(86.5 - 88cm)


28.75 - 30.75in

(73 - 78cm)

31 - 33in

(79 - 84cm)

33.5 - 35.5in

(85 - 90cm)

35.75 - 37.75in

(91 - 96cm)

38 - 40in

(97 - 102cm)


33.5 - 35.5in

(85 - 90cm)

35.75 - 37.75in

(91 - 96cm)

38 - 40in

(97 - 102cm)

40.5 - 42.5in

(103 - 108cm)

43 - 45in

(109 - 114cm)


30.75 - 31.25in

(78 - 79cm)

31.5 - 32in

(80 - 81cm)

32.5 - 32.75in

(82 - 83cm)

33 - 33.5in

(84 - 85cm)

34 - 34.25in

(86 - 87cm)

How to Measure:
For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
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.
Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
Measure around the fullest part of your body at the top of your legs.
Using pants that fit well, measure the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg.

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Super Versatile !

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

Spring riding in the Sierra foothills of Northern CA - cold in the morning, warm in the afternoon. I tend to be cold, and in the past I've worn a thermal long sleeve top under my bike jersey. I thought I'd try this base layer with arm warmers for a more versatile setup. The result - these are great ! Once I warm up a little, I can take off my arm warmers but still keep my core warm. Then unzip my jersey a bit. I like this base layer so much, I'm getting 2 more !

Avg. ride time: 13h 36m per week
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what the savvy riders wear

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Well, hold on- I'm not calling myself savvy - it did take me 15 years to finally start using these windstopper undershirts - but now that I am using them, if any of you invent a time machine, please let me know so I can go back and slap the younger version of me into picking up one of these sooner.

The key to this shirt is that it lets you wear less. On those iffy days where you can't decide what to wear, or you'll experience a broad range of temps and conditions - one of these undershirts lets you cut an external layer.

Be careful though - they're extremely warm. Unzipping your jersey with a windstopper layer on results in barely being able to feel the difference. I'd say they bring you from needing a winter long sleeve and vest down to the zone of wearing a summer jersey and arm warmers.

Usually I buy undershirts a size down so they're super tight and don't bunch up, but the windstopper material doesn't stretch much, so don't size down or you won't get the shirt on.

What is the advantage of having the windstopper layer under your shirt versus wearing a windproof vest that can easily be removed other than the versatility of being able to wear it under different jerseys without covering up the logos (maybe helpful for a ride that requires wearing an event jersey or kit)?

AG - what I like about having the base layer with windstopper is that it lets you wear less but stay warm - let's say its too cold for a simple base layer and a jersey/vest combo - you'd want maybe a thermal vest, but with this setup, you can go with the wind vest at first, ditch it later on, and find a better balance. Its a specific use situation but really extends the range of comfort for such a minimalist piece of equipment...especially if the conditions involve getting wet.