Showers Pass Leg Warmers Shorts

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MSRP : $40.00


Product Description

A very comfortable mid-weight fabric 90% nylon, 10% lycra. Bottom zipper for easy on-off, with a gripper elastic top.

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Leg warmers falling down?

here in New England It's still chilly.. I like my leg warmers as it allows me to warm up on chilly days (usually more in March than April, but what ever ;) ) and have the option to pull them off if warmed up or leave on if chilly/windy out anyway, I have an issue with them keep falling down.. ... Read More »

Looking ahead at fall/winter wear, leg/arm warmers?

Here in Dallas winter is not that bad, I used to live in Kansas City so I know what real winter feels like. but last winter was my first one on a bike. I rode in shorts and long sleeve t-shirts as long as I could stand it, then I rode with old baggy khaki type pants that didn't restrict movt. The pr ... Read More »

Leg Warmers

Went for a ride this morning and my legs got real cold for the first half of the ride... Any suggestions on leg warmers that can be easily removed without having to strip down on the trail :eek:Read More »

arm/leg warmers

It's perfect fall arm/leg warmer weather. Cold at the beginning of the ride, but warm enough later that you're roasting if you're wearing long pants/sleeves. So I wanted to pick up some arm and leg warmers to stuff in my camelbak mid ride. I got some pearl izumi thermal fleece leg warmers, the mediu ... Read More »

A trick to keep leg warmers from falling down

I commute to and from work and in the mornings, it’s just chili enough for me to need something a little more than the cargo shorts I usually wear so I decided I’d give leg warmers a try. I found that leg warmers were exactly what I needed to ride comfortably to work without having to wear pants so ... Read More »

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