The North Face Arm Warmers

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The routine of grabbing just your jersey and bibs becomes a little more involved once the fall and winter months begin rolling in. No longer do we mindlessly walk out the door with our water bottles and little else. The changes in weather require a little extra planning, as we begin rotating vests and warmers into the cycling wardrobe equation. The North Face Arm Warmers were designed specifically for these crisp days, when a little extra protection is all that we need to keep going strong. The North Face constructed its warmers out of a lightweight blend of polyester and elastane. The polyester works to keep you warm by adding a thin layer of coverage against your skin. It also ensures that you stay dry and comfortable by pulling moisture away from your skin and transferring it to the quick-drying outer-layer of the fabric. Elastane was blended in order to provide an ample level of stretch -- following your body's movements while either cycling or running. The Arm Warmers were finished off with flatlock seams that minimize the risk of chafing and reflective elements that increase your visibility to motorists in low-light conditions. The North Face's Arm Warmers are available in the sizes Small/medium and Large/x-large and in the colors Meridian Blue Neo Print/meridian blue, Rocket Red, and TNF Black.

- Backcountry.com

Transition into fall and winter running with these lightweight, stretch arm warmers. Crafted with reflectivity for improved visibility and flat locked seams to reduce chafing.

- The North Face

The North Face Arm Warmers DECENT FEATURES of The North Face Arm Warmers New print Reflective logo print Flatlocked seams The SPECS Average Weight: 1.4 oz / 40 g 92% polyester 8% elastane This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw