- UV protection
- Temperature regulating
- 4-way stretch
- Soft inside lining
***PRE-ORDER: 10 WEEKS LEAD TIME***
Add a touch of ready for anything flexibility to your Chase the Sun kit collection with these limited edition arm warmers. Made from the same all-weather fabric as our Orkaan jerseys, these arm warmers are water-repellent and wind-resistant. Here to keep the good rides rolling when there’s a chill in the air or changeable conditions.
With a temperature-regulating, fleecy lining, these arm warmers are perfect for keeping in your back pocket. There when you need them, barely noticeable when you don’t.
STOLEN GOAT x CHASE THE SUN ORKAAN ARM WARMERS // COOLER TEMPERATURES – CHANGEABLE CONDITIONS //
Part of our limited edition Chase the Sun 2022-23 collection, these arm warmers will look great with the matching Chase the Sun jerseys and gilets. Please note these arm warmers will be made to order and will be subject to approx. a 10 week lead time.
We’ve all been there. Those early spring weekends where we get a first taste of summer one day, only to be plunged back into the depths of winter the next. Sunny one second, tipping it down the next. Too chilly for short sleeves, but likely to warm up too much to commit to a jacket all ride long. Enter the Orkaan arm warmers: the answer to your weird weather cycling wardrobe dilemmas!
In changeable conditions, our Orkaan arm warmers offer the ultimate ready-for-anything flexibility. There when you need them, easy to stash in your back pocket when you don’t. Water-repellent, wind-resistant fabric alongside a cosy yet breathable thermal Roubaix liner keeps you warm and dry without overheating. Throw in a bit of signature Stolen Goat design and you’ve got a set of arm warmers that are as stylish as they are practical.
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According to Roman history, on February 15th, young men would run around wearing only the skins of goats they sacrificed earlier and hit women with strips of goat skin, known as februa, to promote fertility. It is from these purification instruments that the month of February gets its name. – My aunt Jan invented another month name apparently.