Aero Tech Cold Weather Arm Warmer - Base Layer with Reflective Logo

$19.99
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SKU:
TTA800
Gender:
Unisex
Aero Tech Cold Weather Arm Warmer - Base Layer with Reflective Logo

Arm Warmers

This is a great item for tween days where the temperature goes between hot and cold. Easy to wear and remove. Stores away as lightweight package. Machine washable, dries instantly. Fabric is comfortable in all types of weather.
* Soft and Stretchy Thermal Fleece
* Fabric is 86% Polyester 14% Spandex
* Silicone gripper elastic to keep sleeve in place
* High spandex content provides compression
* Sleeve insulates arms and can be easily removed
* Seams are flat locked for smoothness across the skin
* Big reflective area for low light visibility

Arm Warmers - Size Charts

Finished Measurements (Unstretched)

These are warmers are stretchy. If you're uncertain on a size, go off of your jersey size. So, if you wear a large jersey, give the large arm warmers a try.

Sizes

S

M

L

XL

XXL

XXL

Bicep circumference

10

10 1/2

12

12

12 1/2

13

Finished length

15 3/4

16 3/4

17

17 1/4

18

18 1/4

Fabric:  Polyester / Lycra

10 Reviews Hide Reviews Show Reviews

  • 5
    Great warmers for the price

    Posted by DJ on Dec 4th 2018

    Great warmers for the price. Plus awesome customer support from Aerotech. All Products purhcased from Aerotech Designs are great.

  • 5
    Works for me

    Posted by Bruce on Nov 6th 2017

    These arm warmers have worked quite well for me when riding in temps in the low 40s. They have kept my arms warm, which helps keep my hands warm. They could be a bit longer, but are better than anything else I've tried. Be sure to measure your bicep to get a proper fit.

  • 4
    Just ok

    Posted by Rich on Dec 19th 2016

    The arm warmers seem slightly loose. I sized down one because I'm not as big in the arms as when I was younger. So far sleeves are staying put. Not made in USA and should be. Perfect removable accessory for cool Florida mornings. I've only worn the sleeves about 6 times so not yet sure about durability.

  • 5
    Great product

    Posted by Mark on Nov 11th 2016

    These are as advertised & a great value

  • 5
    perfect for cool mornings

    Posted by Michelle on Sep 13th 2016

    I bought these for brisk early morning rides. I got tired of stopping to remove layers and trying and find somewhere to store them! These roll up to nothing, yet provide real warmth. Ended up buying a set for my hubby too.

  • 5
    ATD base layer arm warmer review

    Posted by Ed on Nov 13th 2015

    This is a excellent product at a great price. Perfect weight for fall or spring ride, excellent fit, stays up on your arms without being too tight.

  • 5
    My new favorite arm warmers

    Posted by Rylab on Apr 7th 2015

    I was pleasantly surprised by the quality and fit of these arm warmers. They're the perfect length stretchiness and warmth for me and are my go-to warmers now. I love the reflective arrow accents by the wrists as well they ensure my arm signals are visible.

  • 4
    A little tight on upper arm but warm!

    Posted by Big Mama on Apr 7th 2015

    This is my first season of winter cycling and I am so glad to have these. The material is cosy and soft but not too hot for 40- to 50-degree autumn rides. The upper bands feels tight on my large upper arms but they're still servicable. I figure if I keep cycling it won't be a problem for long!

  • 4
    true to it's word

    Posted by KPS on Apr 7th 2015

    Worn on recreational rides that started early on fall mornings and stretched into the afternoon. The sleeves kept my arms warm on the chilly mornings. They stayed in place without difficulty. The upper arm circumference was tight for me but the rest of the sleeve fit well.

  • 4
    A little tight on upper arm, but warm!

    Posted by Big Mama on Feb 24th 2015

    This is my first season of winter cycling and I am so glad to have these. The material is cosy and soft, but not too hot for 40- to 50-degree autumn rides. The upper bands feels tight on my large upper arms, but they're still servicable. I figure if I keep cycling, it won't be a problem for long!