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Pray for rain.

Despite popular belief, there are times that we pray for rain in the saddle—but only if we've got the confident protection of kit like Gore Bike Wear's One Gore-Tex Pro Jacket for Men. Our situationally specific love of rain manifests during times like when a light drizzle during a bikepacking trip through the Pacific Northwest pulled the colors and scents out of the pine-lined fireroads and sloughed-off needle beds, completing the atmosphere of one of the most surreally beautiful moments we've ever experienced from the saddle.

Of course, this beauty is hard to enjoy if you're pedaling 60lb of supplies towards the eventuality of a soggy, miserable camp. Since it's essentially mountaineering technology adapted to cycling, the One Gore-Tex Pro Jacket (and some waterproof panniers) can save you from that fate.

The jacket's heart is its Gore-Tex Pro 3-layer membrane, which features breathability on par with the lighter Gore-Tex Active membrane and is both wind- and waterproof. It's more durable than Active, though, a property that complements the jacket's more relaxed fit and recommends it as the bikepacker's dream. If you're after elemental protection for intense intervals and race efforts, something with Active or even Windstopper is a better bet; if you're in the market for extended periods of work/rest cycles and an abuse-hungry face fabric, then Pro is the way to go.

Gore-Tex Pro isn't afraid to get out of the saddle and clamber up a rain-drizzled scree field in pursuit of a valley floor panorama shot, nor does the prospect of grasping branches and abrasive pack straps give it pause. Gathering tinder, setting up and tearing down camp, and posting up on a granite stool next to a morning fire—the One Gore-Tex Pro Jacket's sturdy membrane and fit recommend it for all of these activities and more, regardless of wind and rain. (Disclaimer: Though the jacket will protect your torso, uncooperative weather may in fact ruin your coffee.)

The membrane is cut, stitched, and taped with various finishing touches that further complement the weather-braving bike life, the most notable of which being a hood with two-way adjustability that lets you tailor protection to the conditions around you. The hood also incorporates a subtle awning over the brow, and the jacket's fleece-lined collar zips up inside of it to help ensure a non-abrasive barrier against the elements. A fold away drop tail follows suit on the saddle end of things, and when the conditions let up, zippered vents on the side provide a surprisingly effective amount of ventilation. The jacket is finished with reflective detailing throughout.

  • A durable cycling jacket for severe weather conditions
  • Peerless Gore-Tex Pro membrane is wind- and waterproof
  • Face fabric stands up to bikepacking abuse
  • Breathability keeps you dry during work/rest cycles
  • Adjustable hood and extended collar protect your head
  • Stowable drop tail helps contain road spray
  • Napoleon pocket holds personal effects and bikepacking ambitions
  • Reflective details for rolling into mountain towns at dusk

Tech Specs

[membrane/laminate] Gore-Tex Pro (3-layer), [face fabric] 100% polyamide, [lining] 100% polyamide
side zip
1 Napoleon
yes, adjustable
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

Size Chart

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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Best Rain Jacket I Own

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have several rain jackets, and this one is by far the best. The sleeves and tail are long enough to provide adequate coverage while riding during the rain (a lot of rain jackets lack the length). Breathability is second to none. Breast pocket is great for a cell phone and keeps it dry. Pit zips are easy to access and zip. And it just looks sharp.

My only complaints are the that the zipper sometimes sticks on the fabric lining and there was one time when some water came through the pit zip opening (but that may have been just an awkward placement with my cycling backpack that day).

Unanswered Question

My wife purchased this jacket and the 7 mesh revelation so I could choose my favorite, which is proving to be tough. Are the hoods suppose to go over your helmet? Neither hood is able to be worn over my helmet. The jacket fits well in the body so I dont want to go up a size just for the hood.

Gore-Tex Pro

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

I picked up this jacket just before winter and have been using it for a variety of MTB trips in inclement weather. I've owned several waterproof cycling jackets and this one is by far the best. Not to mention the jacket looks stunning in person. The solid black color is appreciated and looks very sharp. Seriously, this jacket is slick. The reflective elements work and are strategically placed. I'm 5'11 and currently about 195 lbs. I have a broader than average chest and shoulders and had to go with the XL size to comfortably fit my chest. The jacket fits snugly as it should, if you have broad chest and shoulders consider sizing up.

Some features I liked:

-Adequate length (seems simple but many jackets lack this)

-Best breath-ability I've experienced with a waterproof shell. So far I've used it in everything from 20 degrees F to 55 degrees F in varying degrees of aerobic intensity and even during intense sweating I was pretty comfortable, didn't overheat or get too cold.

-Easily-accessible zippered vents

-The hood is the perfect size, stays in place, and is adjustable. The reflective elements on the brim are cool, brim is stiff like a visor

-Collar is soft and comfortable, non-abrasive to the skin

-Durability seems good, material is tough despite being lightweight

-It kept me dry and warm in an outright downpour in Moab

My one single complaint is that sometimes when I went to unzip the jacket while riding, I would accidentally grab the Napoleon pocket (front pocket) zipper instead of the main zipper. This is because the zippers are in a similar spot. It's trivial, really. Overall I'm extremely impressed by this jacket. As long as the durability of the jacket stands up to the test of time, I think I've found my favorite cycling jacket.

Gore-Tex Pro
Avg. ride time: 2h 47m per week
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Finally a coat for non-European cold temps

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

I must have 8 different jackets. As most are from Europe they are engineered for 50 to 32 degrees f temp ranges. As for colder temps, most fail. This coat is my new go to for temps starting a 25 down to zero. In the 20s all I wear is a summer mesh SS base layer and I'm good to go. I still sweat a bit but the inside lining and jacket properties do an excellent job of moving moisture. It is so good that I have stopped got a coffee (or beer) and started up again and there is no chill. It washes in warm and tumble dry delicate and all is good. The pants are excellent as well, maybe even slightly better than the top. I have several friends that have bought the coat and share similar feeling of contentment.

reliable protection & premium style

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

The jacket is really outstanding in combining a decent, premium black look (still delivers visibility/safety through reflective details) with all protection you are normally expecting from a mountaineering GORE-TEX jacket. I use it as every day jacket and for commuting to work or just walking through the city. No matter if hard rain, drizzle or just windy condition- I am always feeling well protected and styled. Will also use it for snowboarding this winter!! Summary: stylish, versatile, protecting. MY FAVORITE ;-)

Hey Patrick, what size did you buy? Is is holding up okay? Do you use it just for road biking or mtn biking with a pack?

Hey Neil. I use the jacket mainly for MTB and as everyday jacket. I am somehow in between a size M - L. Because I like it more tight fitting I went for the M size.