Warm and dry.
While most arm warmers struggle with the simple job of literally keeping your arms warm, the Santini H2O Arm Warmers take that function in stride and then even a step further. That's right, we're referring to the H2O's ability to resist water, as well. So, the choice is yours, a crude fit that doesn't get the job done, or warmers that're handmade in Italy, incredibly warming, and above all else, fit impeccably. We know that you'll make the right choice.
To fulfill this laundry list of attributes, Santini took on a multi-step approach. First, the H20 arm warmers were constructed from Santini's Tour Thermofleece fabric. With a low internal loft, this material is responsible for the warming, wicking, and breathing of the warmers. Not surprisingly, it performs all of the above exceptionally. As for the water-resistance, Santini applied an Acqua-Zero treatment to the Thermofleece. This treatment infuses with the microfibers of the warmers in order to repel water. But, where it differs from others is in its ability to not obstruct the fabric's natural ability to breathe and wick away moisture. This way, not only do you remain dry, but your thermo-regulation remains unfazed.
As for the fit, Santini used a minimally seamed design for the H20 warmers. So, not only are abrasion, pinching, and bunching eliminated, but the fit has also been made ultra-conforming. And securing the fit during movement are Santini's non-slip grippers at both hems.
For a touch of added safety, the warmers feature reflective piping and logos.
The Santini H2O Arm Warmers are available in the colors Black and White and in the sizes X-Small, Medium, and X-Large.
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One ride in...
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
Santini product fit the bill! Managed to use both the arm and leg warmers for ride and the add about 15 degrees of warmth on whatever you are wearing. Nice heavy material and solid fit - sizing is appropriate and I'm not a traditional Italian rider - 6'3". Sorry if I offended anyone with that comment - just trying to help