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Careful with the sizing of the Assos S7 LegWarmers... Came across this post while searching for tips on adding silicon grippers to clothing as I spent the majority of todays ride pulling my up my new S7's. If you go for a pair of the Assos be sure that the fit is right for you, they didn't like my skinny legs. Fabric seems very nice though and surprisingly warm given their thickness.
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It's a bummer that DeFeet doesn't sell the full-length warmers. I have a pair that are branded Shimano from the UDi2 launch a while ago, absolutely my favorite pair of leg warmers. Wear then 10x more than anything else. Going to be sad when they finally kick the bucket.
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VNTech, I am so so jealous : )
The good new is that defeat stuff lasts for ever, I have socks that 15+ yeas old and arm warmers that are 10+ .....