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Cycling becomes an all-weather sport when you wear the GORE Windstopper Arm Warmer III.

Freedom of movement, comfort of warmth, and protection from wind define the GORE Bike Wear Men's Windstopper Arm Warmer III. GORE's patented Windstopper membrane blocks wind and moisture while still allowing air to escape from inside. A fleece lining keeps you warm, and flatlock seams and an anatomical cut provide optimal fit and comfort. Front and side reflective logos act as warning beacons to passing motorists so you can ride the frigid night in safety.

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5 5

Works for a skinny guy

I have a 35" arm length. My arms are relativly thin too. I previously bought a different brand in XL to get the length but then couldn't keep them up. This time I got L and it works great. I got these "on sale" and couldn't be happier.

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Check out the review on the WINDSTOPPER® Arm Warmers on Pez Cycling

Check out the review on the WINDSTOPPER® Arm Warmers on Pez Cycling

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4 5

almost awesome

Great arm warmers in every way, except... they are a bit loose, and they wouldn't stay up one me. I suppose a smaller size would have cured that, but then I would lose the arm length. The curse of tall/long-limbedness...
For someone not too long or with slightly beefy arms,,, could be perfect.

4 5

good stuff

it doesn't have much in the way of insulation so i would imagine it's not great for really chilly weather. works well in california, down to the 40s/50s. i don't have to roll them down when i'm going uphill, and they cut the wind pretty well on the downhills. i bought a pair of mediums, and they're a tad loose around the upper arm (at least they don't slide down). maybe i just need to hit the gym more :-(

We are looking for this type of sleeve in...

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We are looking for this type of sleeve in a cotton material for the TX heat, but protection from the sun. Anybody know the manufacturer?

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Any reason a regular long sleeve jersey or shirt won't do the trick? These are for cold days when it ends up warm (or vice versa), which is why they are modular, but I would think for sun protection in heat, a long sleeve shirt would do just as well.westernfor2312387 You might try the "light arm sleeves" that are made for that purpose. I think that a few companies make them....Here is one light type of "arm skin" http://www.backcountry.com/store/CAP0014/CapoForma-Lycra-Arm-Skins.html I don't think that this is sumer light like cotton, but it may help. Plus the white would be the way to go over the black. Hope this helps? (p.s. these are gaining popularity with football players that play on turf. Funny, the uses people find for bike stuff.