Ridgeline Merino Knee Warmer
The Ridgeline Merino Knee Warmers are the answer for the days when you want to cover your knees and have the option to shed them as the day warms. Compression Wool provides an unrivaled combination of warmth and comfort and the same versatility as our best knee warmers.
Pair these with our Ridgeline Merino Arm Warmer for maximum warmth and convertibility.
More choices, premium quality gear and the commitment of less waste, sounds pretty great, right? The trade-off is that it takes longer for us to make, but you get exactly what you want, and we never make apparel that isn’t wanted.
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- A blend of 53% nylon, 26% spandex and 21% wool provides the warmth and durability needed in a knee warmer
- Soft silicone elastic grippers keep the warmer firmly in place
- Schoeller panel on knee to protect from scuffs
- Kitsbow reflective logo and Block K pattern placed for optimal visibility
- Sewn in USA (Old Fort, NC)
*Body Measurement at Thigh
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This review is more about Kitsbow and their customer service. My new knee warmers arrived with a small tear at the knee seam so I contacted Kitsbow via email to report it. They promptly ordered and sent another pair and emailed me a return label. The new pair arrived quickly. That is what I call customer service! I’ve since worn the new pair and they are comfortable and do the job I expected. Thanks!
As I’ve only had 1 ride in these, the jury is still out. I have much experience with knee warmers which have worked well for me and I’m not sure what to think yet. I originally ordered the medium as my thigh and calf dimensions aligned perfectly with the size chart. Upon arrival I found the warmers to be significantly small and restricted movement to the sides and behind both knees. I returned for a large (the return process is phenomenal!!!) and the large warmers seem to stay in place adequately, but (and the other shoe drops)...I had some discomfort behind the knee. So this isn’t a positive nor is this a negative review. With high end times of this quality I feel there is a break in period. Now that our snow is melting I will be putting these through their paces. Is there anyway to have a follow up review? Ambassadors, please let me know!!!
once I figured out to size down, and make sure that the bend on the knee warmer matched up with my knee bend, and make sure it touched my skin and bibs overlapped, it worked great. It’s a nice way to add a lot of variety and options, instead of just using that one winter right I have. :-)
Do you ever like keeping kit bits on after a big ride. All your buddies change out of their dirty/sweaty gear, but you want to prolong that post ride happy feeling. You are so comfortable, you stay in your gear at the bar/BBQ at buddy’s place/parking lot soiree/or that evening Michelin star rated restaurant you are taking your spouse to for your anniversary (ok last one is stretching it a bit). I do when I’m wearing Kitsbow. Call me gross, but no one ever complains that my clothes smell or that I look out of place. These knee warmer are so comfy. Warm knees = comfy/flex knees. Grippers are great and from a size perspective I recommend going w whatever your short/bib size is.
Didn’t want to take these off. Fit is dailed (go w your normal bib/short fit). Knees are reinforced and the reflective bits are super nice without being overstated.