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    Recommend knee/arm warmers, por favor

    Nothing too fancy but something durable to wear on cooler days.

    I'll also accept ideas for a good head warmer too

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    I like my Cold Lizard knee warmers, as well their neck gaitor. I can't say I've tried any of their other stuff though.

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    I wear Fox Motocross pants in winter months, they breath, have plenty of protection, warm too, if I slip on snow, or ice they take the abuse. MX jerseys work great too.
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    there are a ton of options out there in brands and weight. Go to a store and try them on for size, fit, and weight. Its one of those articles that is too tough to figure out on paper.

    Stick to good brands - Craft, Sugoi, Pearl Izumi

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    I have PIs and they are fine for both.

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    Cannot beat Pearl Izumi quality.

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    DHB Roubaix from Wiggle, if roadie armwarmers are okay.

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    Artico warmers from voler. Good prices, better quality. Get on there mailing list for sale prices.
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    You might consider padding instead. Some insulation, protection, durability, and in many cases it stays in place better during the ride. Just an idea.

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    661 kyle strait knee protectors make great warmers. throw a cheap target full zip running jacket on up top over pads and I'm good to 32F for mountain.

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    On topic/off topic

    I usually swear by Gore stuff, but I have a pair of Gore knee warmers that don't stay put. Do you have to shave to keep them from moving? Because they move so much, I just wear a knicker length bib.

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    I have arm warmers and knee warmers from Performance. Don't remember what I paid, but it was less than other major brands. After several years use they are still in excellent condition. Nothing fancy about them, just plain black and simple, they always work great!

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    I bought these Pearl Izumi Arm Warmers and they're awesome. They're even more awesome because they're $8.
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