Shimano S-Phyre Leg Warmer

Shimano S-Phyre Leg Warmer
Shimano S-Phyre Leg Warmer
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S-Phyre Leg Warmer by Shimano
When we've finally accepted that it is too cold for bibs alone, Shimano's S-Phyre Leg Warmers bridge the gap between shorts and sweater season. The leg warmers use a 4-way stretch fabric so they move with your body rather than constricting motion, while the brushed interior insulates by keeping warm air next to skin. The S-Phyre Leg Warmers are designed to work best with Shimano's bibs from the same line, though the wide silicon leg band allows them to easily pair well with your favorite bibs. With the long ankle zipper, we can avoid the roadside wrestle when temperatures increase, and it's time to stow the leg warmers in a pocket for the rest of the ride.

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SKU: SHI00IG
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