Reviewed by Bryan from Buffalo, ny on Monday, September 23, 2013
Honestly the best arm warmers. I have owned. Stretch is great, brushed inside material is soft and warm.
I am tall and thin, long arms. The medium fits perfectly, both length and width. My typical PI and Garneau jersey size is a medium, and theses arm warmers are a medium as well.
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Reviewed by Biking Dad from Chicagoland on Sunday, May 25, 2014
I have mediums from PearlIzumi that are a bit snug. Got these in Large. I'm 5'9" 180 lbs, 35" arm length in shirts, not exactly brawny and they fit tight enough without the compression feel. I just noticed turning them inside out to wash that I have two left arms. At this point no sense in returning, I checked the tag and put the "left one" on first. Wearing them I didn't notice the difference, guess because there wasn't any.
Good for cooler days without the commitment of a long sleeve jersey as it gets warmer.
Reviewed by BigTrout from Rochester NY on Tuesday, May 13, 2014
These are great basic armwarmers. I am a new commuting cyclist and these are great for chilly mornings, and breezy evenings. I am a bigger guy I ordered size XL and they fit perfectly. I usually wear a size xxl cycling jersey depending on the cut, so I was a bit nervous but the xl were spot on!
Reviewed by Pierre from California on Friday, March 14, 2014
Bought L and fit great. As expected: soft inner material, plain exterior, good gripper at top. Great price with coupon. Bought an extra pair for a gift. I wear for tennis, biking, and cold weather hiking. Would highly recommend for comfort and flexibility.
Order the same size as the jersey you wear, or one size larger for more coverage. they are elastic enough to grab any arm diameter and the silicon grip tape does the job of keeping them up.
Answered on 1/18/2010 12:00:00 AM by TimothyDay from Philadelphia, Pa
large would fit you nicely.
Answered on 3/18/2010 12:00:00 AM by mike from la canada,ca
i read on the packaging (but its not listed on the website!) that you should order a size smaller than your jersey size. that seems right to me- i ordered the small (my jersey size) and they were too big, i would have needed the xs.
Answered on 11/20/2011 12:00:00 AM by avidcyclist from houston, tx