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Ride faster.

Fight off the crisp, cold air with the Gore Bike Wear Oxygen SO Arm Warmer. The Oxygen SO uses WindStopper soft shell fabric block wind and wick moisture to keep you warm, dry, and riding. Gripper elastic on the upper cuff keeps these warmers in place, so you never have to think about why your bicep is really cold all of a sudden.

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size info please

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size info please

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Unfortunately we don't have a size chart and gore does not have a listed size chart. Generally for the arm warmers you size them in relation with your jacket/jersey size. If you wear a medium jacket/jersey you would want to go with a medium warmer. If you need any more assistance feel free to chat in with one of our gearheads and they should be able to assist you further

Is the entire arm warmer (other than the...

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Is the entire arm warmer (other than the cuffs and band at the top) made of Windstopper? From the pictures, I can't tell if the upper arm is a different fabric.

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The WINDSTOPPER is paneled into the areas that generally recieve the greatest wind chill effect.

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Snug as a Bug

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These are one of the most comfortable and snug arm warmers I've owned. The ergonomic paneling, seams and grip are quite perfect. Getting them on requires some effort but after that it just blends in with your physique and performance.



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I'm female, 121 lbs and bought the Gore arm warmers in size S. They are too tight at the top and between the tightness and the grippiness, they feel pinchy and uncomfortable. So, I just don't see how a guy, no matter how lean, is going to be happy in a Small. I'd think about going up a size if you are considering buying these.