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Does such a thing exist?

I have full length tights that are thick and warm for cycling on really cold days. I wear them over top of my bibs and they work a treat.
I also have knee warmers for slightly cool days especially days when i think it might warm up later on. Love them.

Both items have their place but i really need something for those in between days (running the extreme risk of sounding like a feminine hygiene ad here!) seriously though there are days when a bit of warmth over the knee warmers is called for.

Anyone know of anything? Afraid I might have to resort to looking at runner's stuff!

ps not really interested in bib knicks or anything with a chamois. I've spent long enough finding bibs that work for me without going down that road again!
 

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how about legwarmers?
 

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Whenever I see knicks I ask myself why. If it's too warm for heavyweight tights, I use lightweight ones. If it's too warm for the lightweights, I wear shorts. Knicks are yet another answer to a question that no one asked.
 

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hmmm could have sworn it was a question I asked.... checking my post again... yup I definitely asked.
 

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I have been looking as well, knickers would be perfect for me because if it gets below 40 I will either ride the rollers or go out on the MTB, cold weather sucks. Trying to get a jumpstart on clothes for next fall and am seeing deals on the "winter" clothing. Here is a link to some knickers from REI.:thumbsup:

http://www.rei.com/product/763016
 

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knickers rock

If its under 65 degrees you should have knees covered. Not needed for comfort but for joint health. Knickers or knee warmers are great options unless its really cold.
 
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