American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for a water-repellant, breathable laminated fabric used primarily in outerwear and shoes.
- From the inventor, Robert W. Gore and textile. (Wiktionary)
“Wilderness was a place most people shunned in the 1850s, back before the invention of most of the things that made it even slightly habitable, such as Gore-Tex jackets and aluminum tent poles.”
“Hiking gear: Hiking gear products available from DHgate. com sellers such as Gore-Tex hiking jackets starting at US$52. 55 per piece”
“minimally invasive procedure" - such as Gore-Tex injected into her face - to lift and suspend”
“A whole culture around the yama girl has sprouted — global brand The North Face, makers of Gore-Tex jackets, is even tailoring a line of gear in the yama gaaru style exclusively for the Japanese market.”
“Since Gore-Tex was introduced three decades ago, rain gear has gotten ever more waterproof, breathable and affordable.”
“By fusing a waterproof layer to the inside of its leather digits which is a more pliable material than the Gore-Tex used in the bottom part of the glove, there's less shifting fabric that gets in the way.”
“It's made from high-tech, waterproof Gore-Tex material — but looks like a pair of ripped blue jeans and a loose flannel shirt.”
“The aroma of sensible fleeces, wax jackets and Gore-Tex trousers will hang heavy in the air as walking, climbing, camping and exploring are among the pursuits covered at this exhibition marketing the great outdoors.”
“Needless to say, bereft of Gore-Tex (and without a facelift), I feel like a total outsider.”
“I have a pair of Irish Setter Gunflint 800g Thinsulate Gore-Tex boots that I bought from Cabela's 2 years ago that are superb for the money.”
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