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Stiff-arm Father Frost.

Protect your upper limbs from frosty winds with GORE’s Bike Wear’s Ozon Arm Warmers. A trick spiral-design gives freedom of movement unheard of in warmers. Range of motion’s one thing; comfort from blood-flow-restricting elastic and irritating seams is another. That’s why GORE dosed the Ozon with skin-loving flatlock seams and wide, pressure-distributing elastic bands complete with silicon grippers.

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4 5

Great for sun protection

I've worn these a couple times now for summer rides and they're great. I'd love it if they were a little longer (I ordered XL and they could be an inch or two longer) for my 36" arms.

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Ozon Arm Warmers

I got these warmers in white mainly for sun protection, and for a bit of warmth. These warmers are pretty thin, and they certainly are not the warmest out there (which is great for me and the sun protection thing). I haven't tried them in much heat yet, but I think they'll be okay. I really, really wish cycling companies would start making thin long sleeve jerseys for sun protection. There are barely any long sleeve jerseys out there that aren't made with thick, thermal fabrics.

These arm warmers are really well made, which you would expect from Gore Bike Wear, and are well designed. They're comfortable, and the gripper silicon on the upper elastic helps them to stay put. The asymetrical seams make for a comfortable, non-bunching fit. I'd say I'm a pretty average size woman, and the Small fits well. They're tight but not too tight along most of my arm, and they're slightly loose around my wrists.

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Hi,

If you're looking for a thin long-sleeved jersey, you might want to consider running shirts and/or undershirts for x-country skiing. They wick well and are light but also warm.