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Endura Thermolite Arm Warmers

Endura arm warmers keep you warm and dry in the colder months. Easily stored in your back pockets for quick on and off times.

Endura Arm Warmer Features:

  • Nylon 45%, Polyester 42%, Elastane 13%
  • Thermolite® with High Performance Repel TEFLON® fabric protector for ultimate weather comfort with durable water repellency
  • Silicone gripper elastic at biceps

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  • Colour: Black
  • Clothing Size: L/XL, S/M, M/L
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 29 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Super product Keeps you warm. It is also a good wind stopper. I basically use it almost everyday during my commute, except during warm days. I bought it a year a half ago. I have tried a lot of them: most warmers have the same flaw: the sewing seams will eventually fall apart just because you put then on and take them off. THe problem with the arm warmers is that regular taylors won't have the proper sewing machines to fix the sewing seams (because the threads are elastic and the sewing machines that handle elastic threads are very expensive). Go for it if you are on a tight budget and want something reliable. 24 November 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Sizing is extremely small I received a size S/M having ordered an S, and still these were so tight around my biceps as to be unwearable, despite the fact that I have very small arms. 30 October 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good quality, but bad sizing Nothing wrong with the quality of these arm warmers and they work well. But, had I not needed them on the day they arrived I'd have sent them back. I am a small bloke, and my arms are definitely on the thin side (28cm around unflexed bicep, 17cm around wrist). I ordered a small but what arrived was labelled as small/medium (interestingly not a purchase option). So they should have been a fine fit. They are a REALLY snug fit; almost too snug from wrist to bicep. But the gripper section around the bicep is way to tight. I just couldn't wear them as supplied, and had to cut the top off. Without the gripper they are just ok. Had I not needed them that day I'd have sent them back, but would have been happy to take a larger size. 06 September 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Warm as winter tights. Sizing is pretty accurate; The M-L are adequately long for my longer than average arms (They don't reach the pits, but that's not an issue) and their perfect width for a string-bean cyclist's arms. 12 June 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by excelentes Aún sin haberlos usado se que darán buen resultado, muy confortables y se nota a simple vista que cumpliran con su cometido 29 December 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good stuff... Typical Endura quality these are a great addition to your riding gear for a very modest price. They can be slipped on and off in seconds, really comfy, and just the ticket for those days where you reckon you could get away with just a T shirt but your arms might still feel the chill, or for layering up in the winter without adding movement restricting bulk. Top buy. 07 September 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by Bad instep / fit Bought a pair of these and a pair of Endura legwarmers too. Size L/XL. I am 1,99 m and 98 kg, so to say a 'normal' posture. Armwarmers are too tight around the wrist, but come loose around my biceps, so they do not stay in place. The legwarmers however are extremely tight around the upperleg that it almost hurts. I will send them back. It looks like a good product, I mean that, but the way they deal with size, form and instep a not very clever. A bit of a 'will fit anayway' design (?) Not for me. 26 August 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by grand I got these recently and am very happy with how well they work. Cheap too! 27 July 2011
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I've had trouble with arm sizes on bits of cycling kit as I do weights as wella s cycling, most manufacturers assume cyclists arms are the same diameter as a twelve year olds, how do these come up? I'm not Arnie, but also at the same time not Chris Froome!

Are there any size guides that give an indication of maximum circumference?


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Unfortunately most arm and leg warmers are aimed mainly at the slimmer cyclist rather than a person who does weights on the side.
The only thing I could find is the following chart:
- Small/Medium Length 400mm, Upper Circumference 240mm, Lower Circumference 140mm
- Medium/Large Length 420mm, Upper Circumference 280mm, Lower Circumference 180mm
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