Pavepara Arm and Leg Warmers Review
Pavepara Alula arm warmers and Pavepara Talons leg warmers are stylish, functional, and versatile layering options for both active and casual use. I must admit that I was an arm warmer skeptic before I slipped the Alulas on my arms. Now, they may be among my favorite accessories for keeping my hands and arms warm and comfortable in cooler temperatures. I wear them for walks, jogs, and bike rides in moderately cool temperatures. I also really enjoy them on chilly workdays in the office. In addition to casual wear, they’re a perfect companion with the Talons leg warmers when practicing yoga. They keep my legs and feet cozy, but they feel non-restrictive. I barely notice that I’m wearing them.
Fabric and Function
Pavepara uses a high-quality 100% merino wool fabric for their arm and leg warmers. This fabric is breathable and lightweight. Its elasticity enables a free range of movement. I love its sheer and featherweight quality. The arm and leg warmers take up minimal space and weigh practically nothing. This makes them convenient to stow when shedding layers. The fabric is somewhat soft, which contributes to it’s comfortable, barely-there feel.
Pavepara Alula and Talons: Fit and Appearance
Pavepara offers the Alula arm warmers as the shorter version of their Wings arm warmers. They rest just above my elbow and cover the lower half of my hands, right below my knuckles. Thumb holes allow a glove-like fit. Reinforced cuffs on the inside of the upper end keep the arm warmers in place without cutting off my circulation. Offered in one-size-fits-all, these arm warmers have a feminine, sleek fit. I have fairly slender forearms, but the fabric seems to have a good amount of stretch to allow a nice fit for different sizes. The beautiful stitching down the side is notable. With this level of detail, I imagine that much care was put into their design.
The Talons leg warmers are also available in a one size fits all. They fit snugly around my feet and legs with just a bit of give in the fabric for larger sizes. The bottom ends start at the center of my feet with a stylish square-cut hole for my heels. The top ends rest comfortably below my knees, although I could stretch them slightly higher if desired. Like the arm warmers, they also have reinforced cuffs that prevent them from slouching. Once again, I’m very pleased with both the comfort and appearance of the Talons.
Conclusion for the Pavepara Arm and Leg Warmers
If you are in the market for arm and leg warmers or if you just want to treat yourself to a little luxury, check out the Alula arm warmers and the Talons leg warmers at pavepara.com. They are a high-quality option for those who seek out a mix of fashion, comfort, and function.
MSRP: $30 for the Alula Arm Warmers, and $50 for the Talon Leg Warmers.