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DeFeet ArmSkin - Women's $0.00
DeFeet made the Women’s ArmSkin for cyclists who want breathable arm insulation and protection without committing to a full long-sleeve jersey. The CoolMax, nylon, and lycra construction mean the ArmSkin breathes harder than Lance does on the Alpe D’Huez stage of the Tour. The Stayfast cuff and secure binding keep the ArmSkin in place, and you’ll appreciate the extra coverage if you ever have to lay down your ride on asphalt.
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I am looking for arm warmers for my wife....
I am looking for arm warmers for my wife. I want to find some with a small pocket for an ipod. We were at a recent marathon and saw a woman with this type of arm warmers.
As far as im concerned, there is no such product.
what you could do is get whatever armwarmer youd like and use a ipod armbnd carrying case overtop
or you could tuck the ipod inside, most armwarmers and tight enough thta the ipod wouldnt move around too much
This sleeve brand has pockets :)
Fashion with Function
The chantilly lace adds a slight fashion flare to your kit while still serving it's purpose! I recently used these down in Moab where at time it was low 50's to mid 90's. I wouldn't recommend them for weather much cooler than 50's as I was quite cold when going downhill. I would upgrade to fleeced lined warmers for the fall/higher elevation rides. The fabric is strong enough that they stay in place pretty well up around the bicep/shoulders.
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Any suggestions? I am looking for arm socks that protect from the SUN and the thorny bushes! San Antonio is really hot right now and I like the idea of a fabric that will protect from the sun's rays and after my trail ride on Sunday, I look like I took on a mad cat!
These would definitely give you some decent thorn protection, but I can't imagine wearing them in hot weather. They would be dreadfully hot. I get scratched to hell when I mountain bike as well... I think it comes with territory.
-comfortable, love the no seams
-rolling top is comfortable but rolls down a little, leaving you with the tan stripe below your jersey sleeve
-warm but wicking (although my arms don't sweat much, so who knows)
-not very tight, even though I got smalls
It's stretchy. Guess.
I have worn both the S/M and the L/XL. both fit well, mainly it is in the length. I now wear the L/XL because I needed the extra length. These things stretch like crazy. You could probably put two arms in one if you wanted. Sizes are universal mens to womens. I am average atheltic 5'10" 150lbs body male.
These are not lingerie for your limbs
I'm big on arm warmers for both cycling and running. These are nice. I wore mine yesterday on a 5 hour ride starting out in the cool temps of the morning (45 degrees F) and ending in the "heat of the day" (around 70 degrees F). I wore the warmers the whole time and was exactly comfortable. Exactly. Granted, I was out there for hours by myself, and I had a ton of time to think, but I actually noted how comfortable the warmers were. CoolMax's breathability and moisture control work well not just to keep you cool, but to keep you warm enough. And that's the point. These are warmer than many lycra options out there. But you don't necessarily get too hot when the temps rise.
Also (and this is important), I like Defeet's cuff and the snug fit. These don't fall down. Even while I'm running.
The material is soft and comfortable. More like socks for your arms than lingerie for your limbs, which is how I feel sometimes when I'm sporting the lycra.
Not that there's anything wrong with lingerie.