Pearl Izumi ThermaFleece Leg Warmers Extras

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ThermaFleece Leg Warmers

ThermaFleece fabric combines excellent moisture transfer with soft warmth and breathable comfort. Polyester/nylon exterior further enhances moisture management to keep you dry and focused on your ride. Tunneled elastic construction provides a perfect, wrinkle-free fit and easy-on, easy-off versatility. Ankle zippers with elasticized leg grippers keep everything in place.

User Reviews (5)

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newnan3   Racer [Dec 31, 2011]
Strength:

Warm, well made, stylish.

Weakness:

Slide a little when you walk but other stay up while pedaling.

You might want to buy these a size down as they tend to run larger. They work great. I prefer these to my PI thermal bibs as I can wear these 2-3 times before washing. Ill buy a second pair soon and save the bib tights for all but the coldest days.

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5
VALUE
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5
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sundog7   Cross Country Rider [Apr 10, 2011]
Strength:

Warm and good materials

Weakness:

No grippers on upper band (Fatal design flaw).

There are NO GRIPPERS on the upper bands. As a result these warmers only stay up if worn over clothes. Thermal leg and arm warmers both have this problem. Will not stay-up over bare skin. Honestly Pearl, how stupid can you get?

Similar Products Used: Performance
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RATING
1
VALUE
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1
OscarW   Weekend Warrior [Jan 31, 2011]
Strength:

It sounds strange that riders need products like this down here but cold is cold...These warmers keep my legs warm. The materials used are top notch and the stitching looks neat.

Weakness:

None that I noticed. My legs are big enough that the stay on without sliding off.

Based on my albeit brief experience these warmers do what they are designed for and I can recommend them.

Similar Products Used: none
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RATING
5
VALUE
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5
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bartspedden   Racer [Apr 23, 2010]
Strength:

keeps my legs warm and generally doesn't slide down while pedaling

Weakness:

slides down when walking

pretty nice on the cooler mornings - but they are cut for bigger guys then me - they are fine when I'm riding, but they do slide down when I'm walking.

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4
VALUE
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4
kempryan28   Cross Country Rider [Mar 24, 2009]
Strength:

Keeps your knees warm.

Weakness:

NO GRIP WHATSOEVER! Warmers are constantly slipping down off of your upper leg and over your knee. Unless you want to stop every 5 minutes to pull them up I do not recommend this product.

Don't waste your money! Useless product! Only gave it a 1 due to it's ability to keep your leg warm when it does stay up (very rare)!

Similar Products Used: Buddy uses Izumi Microsensor knee warmers... much more grip and he never has to pull them up. Even after rattling down a rough downhill they still would stay in place.
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1
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1
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