Louis Garneau Zip-Leg Warmers

Louis Garneau Zip-Leg Warmers
Louis Garneau Zip-Leg Warmers
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Zip-Leg Warmers by Louis Garneau
If full-length tights aren't your thing, and you're wary of the very idea of embrocation, the Louis Garneau Zip-Leg Warmers 2 are the obvious choice for your winter closet. Featuring a proprietary warming fabric and a stay-put fit, the Zip-Leg Warmers 2 will help you in your conquest of harsh winter weather--the riding is still up to you. Louis Garneau's Zip-Leg Warmers 2 are made from Garneau's own Heatmaxx fabric. This material uses a fleecy brushed-back inner-lining to insulate and retain body heat. Garneau knows that thermo-regulation is just one part of an effective warmer. For the Zip-Leg Warmers, fit is just as important as function. For an effective fit without twenty minutes of struggle, the warmers use a nine-inch ankle zipper and silicone thigh gripper. For barely-there comfort, flatlock seams have been used throughout the warmer. The Zip-Leg Warmers 2 also feature reflective logos for safer low-light riding. The Louis Garneau Zip-Leg Warmers 2 are available in sizes X-Small through X-Large, and in the color Black.

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SKU: LGN0779
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Manufactured by Louis Garneau
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