Excellent grippers and high levels of comfort make these a great choice for keeping the chill off your knees
Some riders might find them a bit long
These GripGrab knee warmers arrived just in time for the start of the changeable autumn period and have been a welcome addition on many training rides and commutes.
Similar to the GripGrab's leg warmers, these knee warmers have excellent top and bottom grippers which make for a stable, comfortable fit and the light fleece lining keeps the chill off delicate knee ligaments and tendons.
The material is also breathable and does a good job of regulating temperature meaning they can be used in a range of conditions.
>>> Leg warmers and knee warmers: a buyer’s guide
The flat-lock seams are comfortable and don’t chafe — indeed it’s easy to forget you’re wearing them.
It’s all about personal preference but these can feel quite long. This is a feature of many brands of knee warmers where not much leg is left uncovered, but enough of your calf is left out when wearing these to allow heat to escape on warmer spring and autumn rides.
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Jack Elton-Walters hails from the Isle of Wight, and would be quick to tell anyone that it's his favourite place to ride. He has covered a varied range of topics for Cycling Weekly, producing articles focusing on tech, professional racing as well as cycling culture. He moved on to work for Cyclist magazine in 2017.
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