Craft Knee Warmer

Craft Knee Warmer
Craft Knee Warmer
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Knee Warmer by Craft
We're pretty sure it's a scientific fact that frozen knees ruin countless bike rides annually. With the addition of a layer of stretchy warmth from Craft's Knee Warmers, you just may save those wintery bike rides from ending prematurely. These knee warmers will keep your joints feeling limber and with the help of a brushed and fleecy lining, and a polyester-elastane blend stretches with you to move with your muscles. And a silicone gripper up top keeps them from sliding off when your cadence gets going.

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SKU: CRA00CJ
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