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Endura FS260 Pro Leg Warmers

  • Stretch/waterproof breathable front panels
  • Thermolite insulating rear panels
  • Insulating stretch/waterproof/breathable knee panel with fleece lining
  • Zipped ankle to allow pulling on over shoes
  • Reflective trims on side and rear
  • All seams flatlocked for comfort
  • Silicone gripper elastic on thigh and ankle
  • Articulated fit

Buy Endura FS260 Pro Leg Warmers from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent Leg Warmers Got this thing a few years ago. And I'm very happy. Well sit on the foot, do not slip, do not fall down. Real warm. Very good breathing. Waterproof on excellent level. If someday will tear, buy them again. Купил эти чулки несколько лет назад и очень рад, что выбор пал на них. Прекрасно сидят на ноге, не соскальзывают и не падают, не съезжают. Теплые, но очень хорошо дышат, нога не потеет. Хорошо защищают от ледяного встречного ветра. И превосходно показали себя в ливневых поездках....не промокают. Отличная вещь. Если когда и испортятся, то куплю себе такие же еще раз. 25 August 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by На вид вещь очень приятная и качество на высоте. вот только они спадывают все время: верх выполнен из силикона, который совершенно не держит стоит проитись немного. нужно придумать более совершенный способ крепления к верху ноги, т.к. снизу они сидят идеально 13 March 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by I have a lot of Endura gear which is why I bought these. They are a great fit (I have big legs and went for XL) and warm in the recent sub 0 temperatures. They are shower resistent and the reflective panals give good visability to drivers. On the downside I have had them around a year and the stitching has started to come away on the upper grippers, its not an isolated case as its happened on my knee warmers and arm warmers too. So to sum up, a great buy but expensive if you expect they will only last a year / 18 months unless your willing to repair... 22 March 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by My Adidas leg warmers got a big hole in them the first time I pulled them up (like putting a big ladder in a pair of stockings), but I put up with them for the best part of a year. My other half swears by Endura, so I followed his advice and went for the FS260 Pro leg warmers. I'm 5'2", size 10 lady, but opted for the size medium-large in these so as to avoid the milti-bum you can sometimes get with leg warmers. I have a really good fit from the top, right down to the ankle. The day they arrived, it started chucking it down outside... ...so I put the lights on the bike and banged out a quick 20miles. Most of me was sopping wet, except my toasty warm, dry legs. Big thumbs up! 27 October 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by These leg warmers are really good, waterproof and warm. But due to the waterproof panels they do feel like you are wearing a wet suit as UserProfileReference Owen also says, and these panels also make a 'cold front' in extreme low temps but that more an observation not a complaint. The fit is nice and, unlike the Thermolite versions I also own, dont feel as bunched up behind the knee. The Thermolite versions are also smaller, though they do loosen after a wash or two. 10 April 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by These leg warmers are very warm and very water resistance, they feel like wearing winter wet suits but yet they are very comfortable. These fit next to the skin very very warm. 09 December 2009
Rated 2 out of 5 by Crazy choice of stitching at the back of the knee means it feels like you're being skinned as you ride! Would not recommend these at all, I'd probably go for the Gore Windstopper ones... Shame because they are very warm and are pretty water resistant too! 04 December 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Wearing these is a little strange, but they really do keep your legs really warm. Comfortable too. Problem is, with all the good winter gear I bought recently, it's made me realise how crap my old SPD shoes are - my toes were freezing. Next up - replacements for those :)) 13 November 2009
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