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OVERVIEW: Arm warmers are ideal for cyclists who like to adapt to changing temperatures and weather conditions without fussing with or trying to pack a jacket. They easily pack into a jersey pocket and can be taken off or put on in a matter of seconds, even while on the bike. These warmers also feature Reflective Technology™ for added safety in low-light conditions.
Not familiar with Arm Warmers? Read "When to Wear Arm, Leg and Knee Warmers."
FABRIC & CONSTRUCTION: ThermaGuard fabric removes moisture efficiently and has superior breathabilty. Garments made of ThermaGuard have high compression value to enhance the contour of the fit and provide muscle support for athletic activity.
Pair with any short-sleeve jersey when the temperature dips below 65 or 60°. Wear with the Breckenridge WX-D Vest and set of Knee or Leg Warmers in the 50's or even the 40's and you'll be ready for a long spring or autumn day in the saddle.
We recommend you purchase arm warmers in the same size that you typically wear for a jersey. See the size and fit chart for assistance.
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PLEASE NOTE: Not all garments are available in every size listed on size charts.
Using a soft measuring tape, bring the tape across your back under each arm, around the front. For women, measure the widest point of the bust. For men, measure around the largest part of your chest.
Bend to one side to find natural indentation in torso. This is your natural waist. Run tape around waistline, keeping tape parallel with floor.
Stand on a level surface with feet together. Measure around fullest part of hips and bottom (approximately 7" - 9" below waistline), keeping tape parallel with floor.
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