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When your extremities are cold, you are cold. Cycling shoes are built to breath, but once the days get colder, those open vent ports are a conduit of cold to your feet. Make sure to include a pair of Pactimo’s Alpine Thermal Toe Covers in your next fall and winter riding adventure. Using Italian Cortina wind/water resistant (light mist/road spray) fabric with a brushed fleece inner, the Alpine Thermal Toe Covers will keep your toes toasty and warm as you fly down the next descent.
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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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