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Train smarter.

The Louis Garneau Leg Warmers 2 could be an ideal complement to your favorite bib shorts when your ride starts out chilly and then you're met with a surprise warm-up.

The Leg Warmers 2 are made of Garneau's HeatMaxx fabric, a polyester/elastane blend with a brushed fleece back to retain body heat. A silicone gripper at the thigh keeps each arm warmer from sliding down and bunching at the knee. Flatlock seams ensure minimal friction against your skin, and a reflective logo on the calf and piping on the ankle zipper add extra visibility. The Arm Warmers 2 also have a UPF/SPF rating of 50.

The Louis Garneau Leg Warmers 2 come in sizes X-Small through X-Large and in Black.

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These leg warmers will stay put.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs small

These leg warmers are great for cool spring or fall mornings but you might need something a little bit warmer if temps drop much below 45-50. But the upside of their weight is that they don't feel overly bulky and are quite comfortable.

Similar to many of Louis Garneau's products, there's a bit of compression built into these leg warmers. They are tight and are supposed to be tight. Also, don't be intimidated by their seemingly small size out of the package, there's some serious stretch in them too. These leg warmers will stay put.

The one comment I'd add to the description above is that these leg warmers don't have zippers on the lower leg. Zippers enable you to remove the warmers over your shoes without needing to remove them. This is usually awkward anyways so I don't consider this a drawback (as I usually forgo using leg warmer zippers anyway) and the lack of zippers also means there's no chance of them causing discomfort.

I'd recommend these leg warmers is you don't mind a bit of compression.