Capo Lombardia DWR Leg Warmer

Capo Lombardia DWR Leg Warmer
Capo Lombardia DWR Leg Warmer
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Lombardia DWR Leg Warmer by Capo
Made of the company's proven Thermo Roubaix fabric, the Capo Lombardia DWR Leg Warmers offer a fantastic degree of wind and rain protection on the outside, thanks to a DWR water-ready treatment, while their soft interior keeps your lower half well-insulated. Silicone grippers around the top keep them in place, and zippers at the bottom make them easy to get on and off, even over shoes.

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SKU: CAP001L
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