Keep your arms cozy on your favorite fall and winter rides with Smartwool's PhD Arm Warmers. Made from Merino wool, nature's performance fiber, these soft, lightweight sleeves have superb wicking ability with excellent temperature regulation, so they will keep you warm and happy in varying conditions. You also get articulated elbows for unrestricted range of motion, while ribbed cuffs keep the warmers securely in place.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Store SKU|
|Black / Small/Medium||00605284658864||SC696 001 S/M||SMA27334016D|
|Black / Large/X-Large||00605284658888||SC696 001 L/XL||SMA2746956L|
|Berry / Small/Medium||00605284658987||SC696 044 S/M|
|Berry / Large/X-Large||00605284659007||SC696 044 L/XL|
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Cycling with a short sleeve jersey
Tried them on and liked them...hiked up a hill and still liked them...started back down and my hands and arms swelled as the do and these things had to come off before they castrated my arms. I think if you're very thin, you'll be fine, but if you consider an XL shirt or larger, SmartWool needs to make bigger sleeves for you.
I recently bought the Arm Warmers afer a backcountry ski trip to The Alps. A friend in the Austrian Special Forces had made his own from old socks. I wear a shortsleeve wool shirt so these are perfect for varied temps in the mountains. I'd like to see a heavy or expedition weight version. My biceps are 12" and the S/M work ok. Anyone with larger biceps should get the L/XL. Make a Heavy Weight model please. Thanks, pope
These seem durable and they work well, but they don't have good enough shape retention qualities to be able to be worn multiple times between washes(one of the benefits of wool, and the main reason I bought these). After being worn and taken off, the fit isn't quite right and they can slide down the arm from the top due to being stretched. My cheap poly arm sleeves don't have that problem.
so i knew they would be tight with the measurements they posted. and yes they are tight. so a larger size for bigger arms would be great. not sure if enough would buy them but I know I would. you never know till you try it. i am using them as driving sleeves in MN winters when the windows are cold but the car is warm, so you don't wear a coat but a base layer would be nice.
I use these for valeting cars in the winter and also on the disc golf course. They tend to fall down a little if you don't wear them on top of a base layer. They are nice and warm