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Increase your warmth

Start off your chilly morning ride with the Capo Arm Warmers, then strip them off to keep yourself cool as the temperature rises. These fast-wicking, Thermo Roubaix arm warmers ease the discomfort of the morning's first couple miles of riding, and they easily fit in your jersey pockets once you no longer need their insulation.

Tech Specs

[warmers] Thermo Roubaix
Cuff Closure:
elastic gripper
Recommended Use:
road biking
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

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5 5

Basic but Nice

Very nice arm warmer. The are quite warm and fit perfectly. Purchased the L/XL. Forearm measure 11.5 inches and Bicep measures 13 inches relaxed. You cannot go wrong with these arm warmers from CAPO.

do these have silicone at the tops to keep...

do these have silicone at the tops to keep them from moving down during the ride?

5 5

Favorite Arm Warmers

Capo makes great products, and the Roubaix arm warmers won't let you down. The fit is just right and they hold up over time. Of all the arm warmers I have bought, these are by far my husband's favorite ones.

5 5

Excellent armwarmers

This is my first experience with Capo products (also bought the Dorato jersey) and I'm very impressed. Armwarmers are a simple affair, but its surprising how some companies get them wrong. Capo have done their homework and these fit beautifully (ie nice and snug), are made of high quality roubaix fabric, are warm and look great.

5 5

Practically perfect in every way

It's hard to say much more than what's already been said by Quintan - I agree! These are super warm. I bought white ones to match my race kit and they look much better than the Champion stuff the team orders. They also have a nice fleece inside that feels much softer than the Champion warmers. The grippers are typical excellence of Capo - just like their shorts with a nice silicone seam all the way around - none of this cheap rubber stuff. And they stay in place all day long.

One other mention is the excellent wind protection. Sometimes arm warmers keep you warm but fail when the headwinds really pick up. These do a great job on both fronts.

Finally, the logo is prevalent but tasteful. I bought the Capo cooling skins and appreciate the smaller logo on these as opposed to the shout-out-load logo on the summer skins.

Overall, I would definitely buy them again!

Any suggestions on sizing for skinny and...

Any suggestions on sizing for skinny and long arms? The sizing charts never seem to include warmer lengths or openning sizes...

Responded on

I am 6'1 (160 pds) with long skinny arms. You definitely want S/M. Originally, I ordered L/XL thinking anything smaller would compromise length. Not with this sleeve. The L/XL slid up and right back down my arm. Called Realcyclist for sizing exchange. Received S/M in just a few days. Length was almost identical to larger size. Compression around arm was just right!

5 5

Amazingly Warm!

I bought one pair for commuting. WOW! I think I'll buy others! Just fit nicely, comfortable to wear. So soft inside.
I wear them EVERYWHERE now.
For riding I just put on my waterproof jacket, and my arm warmers, and I'm good to go for a 35 deg. ride! (although I'm a little hot blooded)

I like em' so much I wear them everywhere! Not only on my bike!

5 5

My fave arm warmers, hands down.

Simply awesome. Snug, but comfortable. After a few miles, I really forget I'm wearing arm warmers at all. Really.

Just the right amount of "bent-arm fit", by which I mean, they seem to be cut with the slight, natural bend of the elbow spot on.

Subtle aesthetics: they look way cooler than all my others (well, better than the Pearl Izumi and DeFeet ones I've sported -- but no more!). I've got two pair now, and I probably (eventually) will get a third in one of the other styles available.