A good pair of leg warmers will give you that extra bit of warmth you need to stay comfortable on chilly spring and fall rides, but unlike full-length tights, you can easily slip them off and stow them in a jersey pocket when cold mornings transition into mild afternoons. These particular warmers use a water-repellent fabric that prevents light rain and road spray from soaking through, but are also highly breathable, making them a great option for dry days too.
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Castelli Nano Flex 3G Leg Warmer
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