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Old 04-28-21, 01:41 AM
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cycling short pull on leggings

Like those cycling pull on sleeves for the arms - does anyone make / sell (length) short pull on leggings, just covering the knee?
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Old 04-28-21, 01:49 AM
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Originally Posted by gios View Post
Like those cycling pull on sleeves for the arms - does anyone make / sell (length) short pull on leggings, just covering the knee?
Yes, lots. Much like the sleeves are called "arm warmers", the knee-covering things are generally called "knee warmers."
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There are also longer versions called Leg Warmers.
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Or just buy a good pair of knickers. I was hesitant to purchase a pair but after having to deal with gaps opening up in my knee/leg warmers, and getting irritated at the grippy band on my leg, I invested in a pair. For my money, night and day. I much prefer the comfort of a good pair of knickers. Of course you lose the ability to switch to shorts on the fly, but I found that once I put the knee warmers on I never took them off. So the ability to change it up on the road wasn't an issue for me.
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Originally Posted by NoWhammies View Post
Or just buy a good pair of knickers.
Advantage most are lightly insulated, so they work great from 32-40F if you think tights are just too much. For me, it really has to be cold to go to a full length tight.
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Originally Posted by gios View Post
Like those cycling pull on sleeves for the arms - does anyone make / sell (length) short pull on leggings, just covering the knee?
Iíve had lousy luck getting knee warmers to stay up. Bib knickers are my go-to when the weather cools
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Originally Posted by gios View Post
Like those cycling pull on sleeves for the arms - does anyone make / sell (length) short pull on leggings, just covering the knee?
Knee warmers. These are good. I tuck them under the bottom bands of the shorts, never a gap.
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Originally Posted by Litespud View Post
Iíve had lousy luck getting knee warmers to stay up. Bib knickers are my go-to when the weather cools
That's weird. I have never had a pair of knee warmers slip down. How are you putting them on?
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Originally Posted by Litespud View Post
Iíve had lousy luck getting knee warmers to stay up...
Yep... Us fat guys have a hard time getting our cycle shorts to stay up...
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Originally Posted by zandoval View Post
Yep... Us fat guys have a hard time getting our cycle shorts to stay up...

But it's the skinny guys that have a hard time getting leg warmers to stay up...
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I probably have about half a dozen pairs of knee warmers in my cool weather bin. Castelli, LG, ChampSys, Voler, Hincapie. Every clothing maker has them.
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Originally Posted by Litespud View Post
Iíve had lousy luck getting knee warmers to stay up. Bib knickers are my go-to when the weather cools
Do you put the knee warmers under your shorts? I have about 7 or 8" of overlap between by knee warmers and bib shorts. Between the compression of the bib shorts and the actual knee warmer silicone gripper, those things have never moved in years.
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51.1F / 10.6C for the morning and these worked great.
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