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Find your thermal equilibrium.

Craft-sponsored Jens Voigt doesn't need knee warmers, because Jens Voigt's legs generate enough heat to power a supplementary fifth, and sixth law of thermodynamics. But you're not Jens Voigt, and that's why you need the Craft Winter Knee Warmer when it's time to pack your suitcase full of courage and head out on the January roads.

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2 5

Thin Material Not for Shorter Riders

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs large

I wasn't too fond of these warmers. It seems a lot of the warmers in the market are catered towards the long and thin riders than the short muscular riders with thicker thighs.

The material is decent. Seemed a little thin for my taste.

5 5

Excellent

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I don't own a lot of CRAFT stuff but my limited experience tells me it's the best. Made well, fits, comfortable, works well. You just find the right size and start using, no worries. I'll be looking to CRAFT first from now on.

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The sizing chart is completely useless. ...

The sizing chart is completely useless. Is there a size chart that actually pertains to knee warmers?

do these have a wind proof finish on...

do these have a wind proof finish on them?

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No, it is just brushed fleece on the inside, and smooth on the outside. Pretty generic. What I like about them is that the silicon band at the top is quite secure. I can wear these with baggy shorts, and they won't slip.