Specialized Knee Warmers Armor and Pads

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MSRP : $40.00

Product Description

Specialized's Knee Warmers boast Specialized's Therminal fabric for warmth, wicking and comfort, and Tactel nylon/Lycra, too, for a great fit and feel. Plus, there are top and bottom silicone grippers that keep these warmers perfectly in place.

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Knee warmers..who uses them and which ones for big quads?

I am 5'6" so finding anything that fits on short legs can be challenging. The average inseam for a "medium" is a little too long. I had some Pearl leg warmers that were just too long..couldn't stand them. I tried some Smartwool knee warmers...they are the right length if I wear longer socks..I ge ... Read More »

Knee warmers

I prefer riding in shorts in the winter but my knees get cold and sore after a ride. Any recommendation on some good knee warmers? It doesn't need to be super warm or have any padding, just something that stays up and is comfortableRead More »

Knee Warmers & Arm Warmers <$10

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Knee warmers with a good gripper?

Any recommendations? I've heard that without a good drip they just keep falling down. Was looking at the PIs, but they didn't appear to rate well in the grip department.Read More »

Recommend knee/arm warmers, por favor

Nothing too fancy but something durable to wear on cooler days. I'll also accept ideas for a good head warmer too ;)Read More »

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