Giro Thermal Leg Warmers

Giro Thermal Leg Warmers
Giro Thermal Leg Warmers
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Thermal Leg Warmers by Giro
Giro's Thermal Leg Warmers are made with legendary Super Roubaix fabric, which is durable, surprisingly warm, and stretchy for added comfort. The 3-panel fit is designed to fit the shape of your leg perfectly, and the ankle zipper makes the leg warmer easy to put on and take off.

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SKU: GIR009C
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