Smartwool Phd Knit Arm Warmer

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The Smartwool PhD Knit Arm Warmer is for those days when you just don't feel like wearing long sleeves but it's too cold out to wear a t-shirt. The seamless arm warmers keep your arms toasty and stretch for maximum movement. They come in a vast array of super exciting colors to match all your workout gear. As I was wondering why someone wouldn't just wear long sleeves instead, I realized these would make a great layer in chilly weather. Features of the Smartwool PhD Knit Arm Warmer Seamless construction for warmth with maximum freedom of movement Non-binding 1x1 rib welt at wrist and bicep opening to keep warmers in place

- Moosejaw

We can't always ride on fair weather days. Chilly days call for the SmartWool PhD Knit Arm warmers with an innovative new fabric, a comfortable fit and smart design details for greater performance.

- REI

Keep your arms warm without restricting your movement thanks to the Knit Arm Warmer from Smartwool. Made from a velvety Merino wool blend, the Knit Arm Warmer hugs tightly to your body, so your body heat stays where you need it. RODUCT FEATURES: Seamless construction for warmth with maximum freedom of movement Non-binding 1X1 rib welt at wrist and bicep opening keep warmers in place 61% Merino Wool, 36% Nylon, 3% Elastane

- Appalachian Outdoors

SmartWool's Phd Knit Arm Warmers are built for maximum comfort and performance. Seamless construction enhances heat retention and mobility while the soft blend of Merino wool, polyester, and spandex wicks moisture to keep you dry, assisting in temperature regulation.

- Mountain Gear

Smartwool Phd Knit Arm Warmer

currently retails for:
$15.99

The Smartwool Phd Knit Arm Warmer is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 19, 2017 at Moosejaw.

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