Leg Warmers- Women:
Slip your legs into Tour Cycling's stretchy waterproof cycling leg warmers and you will be shielded from the moist cold weather that extends through the winter months. Leg warmers are a necessity on cold mornings. Not only do they keep you comfortable, they also help to keep your legs functional and ready to push the pedals. Our leg warmers seal in your body heat from ankle to thigh. The gripper elastic at the top keeps the legging in place without chafing. The zipper at the bottom makes them easy to get into and out of. Cut to fit your legs and knees while in the riding position, you barely feel you are wearing these warmers when you ride on cold days.
If it's chilly when you push your bicycle out the front door but the forecast predicts a rise in temperature, slip into Tour Cycling's arm warmers. The gripper elastics on both ends of the arm warmers keep them in place. However, when the temperature rises along with your body heat, these arm warmers are easy to slide off and to store neatly in your back jersey pockets. Made with a variety of fabrics, they keep you warm and wick away your sweat. Anatomically cut to fit your arms while tucked into the riding position, the warmers fit your shape so you are guaranteed no bunching. Made with flatlock seams, they feel comfortable whether you ride short and hard or on a long base ride.
Knee Warmers- Women:
On days that have just a hint of chill in the air, Tour Cycling knee warmers will cover your knees properly. The knee is the most sensitive part of the leg. The material in the warmer's knee area is designed to wrap perfectly while in the riding position. As you pedal, the knee warmers move with you. Moisture and cold air bounce off the fabrics in the knee warmers so you are protected on chilly wet days. This protection is not only necessary for comfort but also for performance. Cold weather locks up the ability your legs have to contract and transfer power from the pedal to the wheel. The design of Tour Cycling's knee warmers insulates your body heat while still allowing freedom of movement. Wear Tour Cycling knee warmers on chilly days and ride hard and fast while many others stay inside.