Gore Bike Wear Universal GWS Arm Warmers

Windproof, water repellent and breathable GORE WINDSTOPPER materials keep arms warm and protected in any season. Designed using a soft and stretchy fabric, the unisex arm warmers will not slip down the arm even on the longest rides.

Gore Bike Wear Universal GWS Arm Warmers
$59.99
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Windproof, water repellent and breathable GORE WINDSTOPPER materials keep arms warm and protected in any season. Designed using a soft and stretchy fabric, the unisex arm warmers will not slip down the arm even on the longest rides.

Part Numbers

Option UPC Store SKU
Black / Large 04017912905732 GOR24258081L
Black / Medium 04017912905725 GOR35346956M
Black / Small 04017912905718 GOR5092197S
Black / X-Large 04017912905749 GOR36380104L
Black / X-Small 04017912905701

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5

Used 2x so far and works as advertised

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from NJ

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They are comfortable and fit me well. Bought large size. I'm 6'2" 185lbs.

4

Pretty warm, not as flexible as wool/poly

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from Flagstaff, AZ

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Wore these on a 45 degree day when we rode in and out of the sun. The kept me warm, but were not quite as flexible or comfortable as my old, well broken in synthetic warmers. That is probably to be expected, and it's really my only complaint. They look good, work well, and I expect they'll last a long time.

5

My most-used arm warmer

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from Clinton, NY

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This arm warmer is what I use most consistently. The Windstopper really works, making these arm warmers an essential layering piece. They are great with a vest on cooler days, or under a warm jacket on really cold days. Because they are light weight, though, they remain comfortable as I get warm, and do not become "too hot" until it is really warm enough to completely do without arm coverage.

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