Sep 10, 2003 8:44 AM
|Please don't laugh...what is conventional wisdom on leg warmers, over or under the shorts? Does it matter?|
|whatever it takes to get the job done||JS Haiku Shop|
Sep 10, 2003 8:55 AM
|fashion police say under.
some/most warmers are made with a grippy strip at the top/inside meant to keep them pulled up against your skin.
IMHO whatever makes you comfy and works for you.
I frequently pull arm warmers up over my sleeves because it's easier for me when riding. however, i have a limited fashion sense and very low IQ. i do not use leg or knee warmers to moderate temperature; when using them, they're either on my legs or in my pocket/pack, so pulling them up & down frequently is not an issue as with arm warmers. thus, no call to ever pull them over the shorts.
|Euro-pro fashion police||TJeanloz|
Sep 10, 2003 8:58 AM
|Functionally it doesn't really matter.
Style-wise, they must go inside, so as not to cover the sponsor's logo on the shorts.
Sep 10, 2003 10:24 AM
|Over the shorts leg warmers slip and slide. Under the shorts they stay put.|| |