For the rides that are long enough to see several temperatures, or that time of year when we're not ready to give in to jackets, Shimano's S-Phyre Arm Warmers deliver the warmth and versatility we need to train all year. The fabric's superior stretch allows for better freedom of movement, while the brushed interior keeps warm air next to skin to better insulate against the cold. A wide silicone gripper keeps the arm warmers in place under our jersey sleeve, without constricting or pinching. Shimano adds reflective details along the outside of the forearm for better visibility in low-light conditions.
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