Dhb Regulate Lite knee warmers review

Still too cold to get the knees out? The dhb Regulate Lite knee warmers fill the gap before summer riding

Dhb Regulate Lite kneewarmers
(Image credit: mike prior)
Cycling Weekly Verdict

The dhb Regulate Lite knee warmers are a good option to keep your legs and knees a bit warmer until summer comes. They’re effective, comfortable and very reasonably priced.

Reasons to buy
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    Good length

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    Effective inner and outer top grippers

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It’s been a funny spring. It started off at near-summer temperatures, then stayed stubbornly around or below 10C for weeks. That’s comfortable enough to ditch the winter jacket and tights, but not really warm enough for shorts.

So I’ve been using the dhb Regulate Lite knee warmers to add a bit of extra insulation over my knees. Actually, they’re long enough for there to be minimal gap between their bottom and the top of longer cycling socks, so I’ve had petty much full leg coverage.

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