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Ibex Indie Cycling Arm Warmers - Merino Wool (For Men and Women)
Closeouts. Made of naturally temperature-regulating, moisture-wicking and quick-drying merino wool, sliding on Ibex Indie cycling arm warmers before a ride is the quickest and easiest way to gain all-weather comfort on long climbs, blazing-fast descents and long-distance rides.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Hoping for warmer arms from New York, NY on Tuesday, December 25, 2012I should have taken the advice of a previous reviewer and ordered up. These are really small in arm circumference. REALLY! I bought the correct size for me and they are too tight to even pull up all the way. Trying too hard I wound up pinching myself several times, and then they were difficult to remove. I'm not willing to pay the return postage, so they'll be handed down to the junior bike rider in the family.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by AcaTriSt from USA on Wednesday, November 14, 2012Listed sizing is incorrect. Be aware. The XS=17.5" will not cover your hand and thumb as this product is designed for. If you order based on the incorrect description you'll have a sleeve too short because the material intended to cover your hand (thumbhole) is not long enough. Bottom line, add 2inches to the wrong description and that's your real size. With that exception the product is good
Verified Buyer Reviewed by WiiliamInNashville from Nashville, TN on Tuesday, November 13, 2012I like these...for what, I really don't know. I bought the M, and my upper arm circumference is about 15.5, and they stay in place (even when running). I'd like them to offer these in some of the heavier weight variety (i.e., Zephyr...) - they might be a little warmer; the Indie's a little thin.
Eh...its Ibex, I'll find a use for 'em a few times a year.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by 50mi a day guy from Oviedo, FL on Tuesday, November 6, 2012Warm, soft and stylish. Love them!!
- Best Uses: Fall Cycling
- Cons: Elastic Is A Little Stiff
- Pros: Good Fit, Warm