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Assos armWarmer_evo7 Arm Warmers

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    Be prepared for any weather.

    Protect your arms on cool mornings and long mountain descents with the Assos armWarmer_evo7 Arm Warmers. Made from thermal, elastic, and breathable RX Light fabric, these warmers add versatility to your kit with cozy warmth when you need it, and their excellent packability means they'll tuck away in a jersey pocket when the temperature rises. Elastic bands at the top cuffs keep these warmers in place and right/left specific cuts make for exceptional comfort across the miles.

    • Sleeves for shielding your arms on frosty mornings
    • RX Light fabric traps heat, but lets sweat escape
    • Lightweight fabric is packable for when things warm up
    • Keep sleeves locked into place with elastic bands at top
    • Right and left specific fit is articulated and comfortable
    • Item #AAS005G

    Tech Specs

    Material
    85% polyamide, 15% elastane
    Fit
    form-fitting
    Recommended Use
    cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited

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    So soft.....

      Ostensibly, arm warmers should be pretty easy. How hard is it to design a tube to keep your arm warm? Assos, being the detail-oriented perfection freaks that they are, went to the next level. I'm not a materials expert, but the ultra-fine fleece material that the used on the interior is MONEY. They also (wisely) opted not to plaster the arm bands with gel. If you get the right size, they should hang on just fine by virtue of compression.

      Be sure to shoot me an email at jdraper@backcountry.com if you have any questions!

      Assos Arm Warmers

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: Runs small
      • Size Bought: XL
      • Height: 6'4"
      • Weight: 215lbs

      Overall I like these. They are a good length (and I have long arms), adequate warmth down into the 40's. My arms are probably larger than typical cyclists and I find these quite tight around the upper arms. They don't slip down since they are tight. But, grippers would be nice for those with thin arms. I'd prefer these were less tight and had grippers for the upper arm.

      Assos EVO 7 arm warmers

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Size Bought: OSFA
      • Height: 5'10"
      • Weight: 160lbs

      The Assos EVO 7 arm warmers are a no frills base model product that get the job done, but minimally. The fabric is nice, breaths well and is comfortable. However, the warmers are not articulated and gather in the elbow. The warmer is a basic tube shape with no gripper so they constantly slide down. All in all a disappointing product from such a reputable company, especially for the cost. I picked them up last fall and am already looking for a replacement.

      Cheers to Assos

        Assos evo_7 arm sleeves are perfect for the morning rides or the late night power hour. As a rider, sleeves are a must have for the wardrobe and an item used more than most. The fleece lining is warm and cozy¦ the material is breathable and packable. My only issue is that you have to cut the tag off that says right/left sleeve, it was nerve-racking. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions and/or concerns about fit on this Assos product or others.
        Size Purchased: I

        Measurements:
        Arm (Shoulder joint to the wrist bone): 22in
        Bicep (relaxed, not that it matters in my case): 10.75in

        Bill Sherman
        Customer Account Manager-Bike
        Office: 801-204-4545
        bsherman@backcountry.com

        Cheers to Assos