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.
FABRIC & CONSTRUCTION: The next generation Alpine Arm Warmer has been taken back to basics. Leveraging a high-stretch fabric, we simplified construction to a single seam for reduced chafe points without compromising fit. An all-new cuff design is made from fabric featuring Reflective Technology™, providing visibility from all angles. A large, reflective logo adds additional visibility in low-light conditions. We love the ThermaGuard fabric for its compressive fit and soft feel against skin. It's not overly warm while providing the perfect amount of protection for those days where you need to cut the cold without overheating. The gripper-band is possibly the most critical component of any warmer, so that's why we searched high and low for the best combination of sturdiness, stretch, soft-touch and grip. We think we've found the perfect answer with the wide, stretchy and soft grippers in these arm warmers. While they hold incredibly well on their own, we went ahead and added a tenacious silicone print to the interior (skin side) to ensure the bands stay locked in place. We recommend washing the warmers prior to wearing to activate the Silicone for best grip. Warmers work best and stay in place when placed directly on the skin, not over a jersey or base layer as Silicone is not designed to grip fabric.
ThermaGuard fabric - slight interior loft, breathable, wicking and lightweight
Ergonomic Arm Openings
Ultra-soft silicone gripper at upper arm opening
Reflective Technology™ fabric panels at wrists
Pair with any short-sleeve jersey when the temperature dips below 18 or 15°C. Wear with the extremely versatile Keystone Vest and set of Knee or Leg Warmers in the 10's or even the 4's and you'll be ready for a long spring or autumn day in the saddle.