Friday, December 1, 2006 12.00am
By Ian Osborne
British clothing company Endura is known for making quality products without the silly price tag of some, and these Roubaix arm warmers are no exception at a penny under 13 quid.
They're made using brushed Roubaix lycra, which is not only soft and comfy to wear but is toasty warm for when it starts to get really cold. At the top of each arm warmer Endura has combined elastic with rubber beading like you find on higher end shorts to stop them slipping down and this works a treat.
The overall cut is tight so they don't flap around even for those built like stick insects, yet are stretchy enough to keep Popeye happy. That said, there are two sizes available so you can get the correct fit. A small reflective logo offers a little help when used in the dark. You'll find they can be used in so many situations from autumn through to spring and are always useful to have in your pocket just in case.
At £12.99 they're a great buy and one of the cheapest around without compromising on quality.
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