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Item # ZRH0063

Description

Lightweight and warm, the perfect addition to your cool-weather arsenal.

Add the Zero RH+ Aria Arm Warmers to your kit and venture outside the confines of summer riding. The Aria Arm Warmers feature pre-formed anatomic construction with a unique no-slip feature to prevent warmers from sliding down or shifting during your ride. Firedry material blocks cold wind and retains body heat by wicking moisture away from your skin—enough to keep you riding longer.

Tech Specs

Material:
Firedry
Cuff Closure:
grips on the inside
Recommended Use:
cool weather cycling

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3 5

May run big for women

These are good warmers, but nothing exceptional. I wish there was an XS - I'm a 5'5 female, 117 lbs, and the small I ordered were huge on me. I gave them to my sister who has bigger arms, and they slide down on her.

Good product but be warned if you have thin arms!

4 5

Great Tech for Under $20

I've worn these a couple times now, and I think they're legit for the price. The material is sexy and I can feel my skin breathing as it stays moderately toasty on chilly rides. The only pitfall thus far is that one warmer seems a little bigger on the upper arm opening so it slides down after a bit despite the gooey grippers that are designed to prevent it. I altered the opening a little with some needle and thread and it's fine now...

I'm 6'4" with long-ass skinny arms and the Large is gravy.