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Old 10-24-08, 03:58 PM   #1
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Where to wear knee warmers?

So in the interest of not looking like a dweeb on my group ride tomorrow, where do you wear your knee warmers? Do I tuck the top of them under the bottom of my shorts? Or do they sit below that? Thank you in advance for saving me some style points!
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Old 10-24-08, 04:57 PM   #2
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Pull them up and tuck them under your shorts. There should be a stretchy panel that goes behind your knee to let it bend better.. line that up with the joint and you'll be good to go. For me i find it best to adjust them one last time before setting off.. standing around in them tends to make mine slide down a bit
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Sweet! Thanks man. Its supposed to be 49 degrees tomorrow when we set out but I am excited about my first cold weather ride!
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