CAPO ARM/KNEE/LEG WARMERS
Look in any of our saddle bags, and you'll find a pair of rolled up arm warmers. You simply can't beat the amount of protection for how little 'just-in-case-space' that they occupy. However, for the truly discerning, not any warmer will suffice when the temperatures drop. So, if you're like us, ...read more
The Capoforma Men\222s Cycling Leg Warmers keeps your legs warm and converts Capoforma bib shorts into bib tights. This tight features a 15 cm Bergamo leg zipper, and provides supportive muscle compression.
When you're going out for a long training ride during a transitional season, the more versatile that your clothing is, the better. After all, conditions have a tendency to change in an instant. Luckily, though, the Capo Roubaix Knee Warmers allow you to convert your cold-weather shorts, like the ...read more
The CapoForma Lycra Arm Skins allow you to add and remove insulation for that ideal balance between freezing on the first mile of a ride and sweating like crazy on the last. Slip on the Lycra Arm Skins to keep the goose bumps away during chilly morning rides. Strip them off after the first hour ...read more
Staying warm and staying dry seems simple enough, but most arm warmers typically do one or the other, leaving you to drown in your own sweat, or freeze. The Capo Attivo 200 Arm Warmer is your ticket out of the water park that has become your arm warmer.The Capo Attivo 200 Arm Warmer is ...read more
Spring and fall are in between extremes, and accordingly, their temperatures are always somewhere between warmers and or no warmers. The Capo Knee Skin helps to bridge the gap between too hot or too cold by forming a perfectly lightweight knee warmer that feels more like an extension of your bib ...read more
Pull on the Capo Roubaix Knee Warmers to stay warm while you do a training ride in northern France (or anywhere else). Capo made these knee warmers with two panels of stretchy, wicking Super Roubaix fabric, which feels fleecy soft on the inside. These lightweight, form-fitting Capo knee ...read more