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Item # CUT0079

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Item # CUT0079

Description

Two tickets to the gun show.

Cutter Gun Warmers don't care whether you're a roadie, mountain biker, hipster, messenger, possenger or rollerblader--well, OK, it might care if you're a rollerblader. The soft merino wool is gonna keep your guns cookin' when frozen extremities mean the difference between riding and not. Thumb loop can be used to cover wrist and hands.

Size chart

Cutter Men's

Clothing
Outerwear Tops and Bottoms, Technical Tops, Baselayers
XS S M L XL
Chest 32.4-35.6in
(82-90cm)
35.6-38.8in
(90-98.5cm)

38.8-41.6in
(98.5-105.5cm)

42.8-45.6in
(109.5-116cm)
46.8-49.6in
(119-126cm)
Sleeve Length 32.4in
(82cm)
33.6in
(85cm)
34.4in
(87cm)
35.6in
(90cm)
36.4in
(92.5cm)
Waist 26.4-29.6in
(67-75cm)
29.6-32.4in
(75-82cm)
32.4-35.6in
(82-90cm)
36.4-39.6in
(92.5-100.5cm)
40.8-43.6in
(103.5-110.5cm)
Hip 32.4-34.4in
(82-87cm)
35.6-37.6in
(90-95.5cm)
38.8-40.8in
(98.5-103.5cm)
41.6-43.6in
(105.5-110.5cm)
44.8-46.8in
(114-119cm)
Inseam 31.6in
(80cm)
32in
(81cm)
32.4in
(82cm)
32.8in
(83cm)
33.6in
(85cm)
Garment Sizing:
Backcountry.com gear refers to the size of the person for measurements, so take your own measurements to determine what size you should buy.
How to Measure:
For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
Chest:
Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
Waist:
Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
Hip:
Measure around the fullest part of your body at the top of your legs.
Inseam:
Using pants that fit well, measure the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg.
Sleeve:
Measure from the center of your back to your wrist with arms held out.

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5 5

Awesome Holsters

I love these. I wore them all last cx season and they wore well and kept my arms perfectly warm. They are my favorite arm warmers I've ever had.

4 5

Thumbhole, eh?

Nice and warm arm warmers that do the job.

I have a real love/hate relationship with the thumbhole.

Love it!: keeps warmer from riding up which is annoying, adds a little extra warmth over the back of the hand
Hate it!: The palm material is pulled up making gloves uncomfortable, after a while due to the added thickness.

I bought them off bonktown for a good price and htey are worth. I bought 3 riding buddies a pair each and they like them!

1 5

Cutter gun crushers

A skeleton might wear these. My arms are pretty thin, but my 25 year old son's are even thinner. We were both crushed by these warmers. Frankly, I think they are dangerous--could cause an embolism, fainting, or worse. We got the L/XL size but they wouldn't comfortably fit a toothpick. Quaity seemed OK, and liked the thumb holes, but steer clear of these unless you want your blood pressure to soar. A python could hardly squeeze any harder! Strongly advise staying away. Sorry.

3 5

Nice fit!

The high: great fit; love the thumb loop; warm
The low: itchy. I love wearing wool socks; not sure about wool arm warmers.

3 5

Nice fit!

The high: great fit; love the thumb loop; warm
The low: itchy. I love wearing wool socks; not sure about wool arm warmers.

5 5

So warm this morning

40's and low 50's here in the bay area this morning. First time wearing these since I bought 'em last summer on Bonktown, and they performed admirably. No cold hands today, even on the descents.

5 5

Keep your guns warm

I couldn't find my arm warmers for a ride recently, and a friend loaned me a pair of these. Loved them, and was really happy that my wife got me a pair as an anniversary present.

I've always liked my synthetic warmers, but merino wool warmers are so much nicer. You don't get that clammy feeling from natural fibers that you can get from synthetic.

I also like the thumb loops on these. I thought they might interfere with my cycling gloves a little but the did not. If anything, maybe you get a little more cush from them. I wore them to run a 10k this weekend, and I would have started the race with gloves on, and these let me go gloveless.

These are comfy, functional, and they're a great deal.

5 5

Great Warmers, Great Price

Two words: Thumb holes. I have long arms. Long skinny arms. Basically picture Alberto Contador post triple crown. These things, in small, manage to stay on my arms, and I can put my gloves on over them so no cold leaks in to my poorly insulated arms.

I lost one warmer from my trail pocket. Ordered another set. For the price they can't be beat, and being that they are wool they don't stink up quickly like poly blends.

4 5

love 'em

PRO:
snug (but not too tight) and warm; not too much $$$; they stay put; roll down/remove easily while riding; not bulky in the jersey pocket; like the security of the thumb loop.

CON:
the thumb loop adds bulk in my palm and it feels odd. I need to play around with the grip on the bars so it feels better and my hands don't fall asleep.

5 5

Awesome

Wool is the best thing in the world, so arm warmers made out of it have to be the best. If your arms are cold, these will fix that. I'm pretty sure that's what they were made for.

3 5

Awesome warmers but construction not so much...

LOVE these arm warmers. Finally someone made a set w/ thumb holes. Super soft to boot too. Being that these are made of wool blend, I didn't want to beat them up on the bike and I opted to wear them casually instead. Unfortunately the warmers came apart at the seam at my palm on my right hand (left palm seam followed shortly) the very first time I wore them, which was sitting at my desk on a work day. Very disappointed.

5 5

great for thins arms too

i have fairly thins arms (female 125lbs) but these warmers stayed on tight and comfy, not loose. the thumb loop is great for cold hands at the start of races but i roll them up to my wrist once i get hot. the merino wool works wonderfully by wicking sweat but keeping arms warm, not wet and soggy even after a half marathon race with varied temps.

4 5

wear 'em even when I'm outta the saddle

These puppies are sweet. Super warm and super comfy. They are a little tight around the hand/thumb area when you first put them on, but they loosen up after a few minutes. You'll find yourself wearing them all the time. Bought the Small/Medium for me, and the Large/Extra Large for a friend. You won't regret getting them, and you'll wear them til they fall off. Great for those chilly days, and for those days when you just don't quite want to wear a coat.

4 5

talk about warm

I just got them today - it's 33 degress outside. They are very warm and had no coldness cutting into my arms. Sure I had on 1 long sleeve shirt, but in 33 degree weather with a headwind - they worked like a charm. 1 concern is the tighness in the hand/webbing between the thumb and index finger - it took about 3 miles before it loosened up a bit, I think that was due to the sweat. But I do recommend if you want some nice toasty arms...thanks

Stupid question here: this is for a pair...

Stupid question here: this is for a pair of these right?

Responded on

@ Tim: It's for the pair and they are right and left specific.
@ 1rockmonke880702: You will love these, and it is for the pair.

5 5

good for riding, and for the trail

great for riding in the fall weather. the merino wool is warmer and feels warmer. many other arm warmers are a lycra, which will work fine until they get wet, then then stay clammy, and wet. the cutter gun warmers were great on the bike, i have now started using them on trail runs.

5 5

Keepin my arms happy!

I've taken these out in 50 degree temps they work great! These are the only arm warmers I've owned with thumb holes and I am sold on the idea. The extra material helps keep my hands super toasty. They're a little bit thinner than my Defeets, so probably won't take them out on the frigid days.