Mavic Vision arm-warmers review

Rain and wind resistant with 360° visibility for both day and nighttime riding, could the Mavic Vision be the only arm warmer you'll ever need?

Mavic Vision arm warmers
Cycling Weekly Verdict

The Mavic Vision arm warmers have all the cycling kit wish list items of high viz, water and wind resistant boxes ticked, but do cross over with the thermal requirements of a jersey and require quite a bit of after care. If you ride hilly terrain in changeable conditions, however, they could be a real wardrobe upgrade, making them a much more viable purchase.  

Reasons to buy
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    Front and side visibility

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    High Viz

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    Rain and wind resistant

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    Five size options

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Reasons to avoid
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    30 degree wash only

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    Aftercare Required

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With nearly 10 years of apparel manufacturing experience under its belt, Mavic, purveyor of fine wheels such as the Ksyrium and Cosmic, is becoming just as highly regarded as a clothing brand. We've been impressed with what we've seen of the Vision collection so far – Vision H2O Vest, Vision Thermo Gloves and Vision Shoe Covers – and have high expectations for the Mavic Vision arm-warmers.

>>>Buyers guide to arm-warmers

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Hannah Bussey

Hannah is Cycling Weekly’s longest-serving tech writer, having started with the magazine back in 2011. She has covered all things technical for both print and digital over multiple seasons representing CW at spring Classics, and Grand Tours and all races in between.

Hannah was a successful road and track racer herself, competing in UCI races all over Europe as well as in China, Pakistan and New Zealand.

For fun, she's ridden LEJOG unaided, a lap of Majorca in a day, won a 24-hour mountain bike race and tackled famous mountain passes in the French Alps, Pyrenees, Dolomites and Himalayas. 

She lives just outside the Peak District National Park near Manchester UK with her partner, daughter and a small but beautifully formed bike collection.