Customer Reviews Of:
Craft Sportswear 3D Leg Warmers (For Men and Women)

Closeouts. Craft Sportswear 3D leg warmers protect your legs against the cold thanks to their innovative panel-knit zonal stretch fabric and seamless design.

Average Rating based on 4 reviews 3.500000 0 5
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  • Reviewed by run for your life from Buffalo, NY on Wednesday, November 11, 2015
    This compares poorly to the Pearl Izumi leg warmers. It's quite thin and is cotton. After wearing it occasionally for a couple of months the upper elastic band begins to loose its grip...keeps sliding down while biking. I had to tuck it under the bike shorts to help it in place. Bad purchase.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by osamut from Santa Clara, CA on Thursday, June 18, 2015
    I haven't used these for cycling yet but have tried them on. These are on the thinner side but look to be made well, fit well and look nice.
  • Reviewed by LuLu from Tucson, AZ on Saturday, November 15, 2014
    I love all the Craft 3D pieces. These leg warmers are great when the ride starts cold and warms up quickly which happens a lot in the desert southwest. I really like how soft and stretchy the fabric is. Most leg warmers are too restrictive, not these. They also have silicone grippers to keep them up vs elastic which only seems to feel like a tourniquet. Another reviewer was concerned about wind stopping properties, I've worn these in temps down to 28F and they kept me comfortable while cycling at speeds of 14-24 mph. If you cycle regularly in frigid conditions you would be better served investing in full tights complete with chamois vs leg or knee warmers. I live in the high desert where rides can start in temps of 28-38 and heat up to the 60's in a few hours, removable layers are the perfect solution. About the only downside I've found with these is that they are unisex and even with XS they are a bit loose on me, but I put them on under my shorts so I get extra support and hold from my shorts.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by dominique from DE on Wednesday, October 8, 2014
    but, it cannot protect wind, I think that the material is simillar with contton.
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