Oxford's own Inspector Morse was stealthy, stylishly understated and immune to the elements - just like the Stolen Goat Orkaan Leg Warmers in Morse Black.
They're constructed from waterproof, breathable, wind resistant Tempest fabric. The waterproofing is manufactured into the garment, meaning it isn't a treatment that will wash out, so there's no need to re-apply the protection. Wash after wash, your leg warmers will remain consistently awesome and continue to keep you dry. Despite the weatherproof qualities the material is still very breathable.
Whilst they make a great addition to any standard pair of bib shorts, combined them the Orklaan weather proof range and these will truly give you all the options on your ride.
Measure around the thigh, 10cm above the knee…
- Small – 40-43 cm
- Medium – 43-46 cm
- Large – 46-49 cm
- X-Large – 49-52 cm
- Tempest material is waterproof and wind resistant.
- Soft, breathable roubaix lining.
- Weatherproofing is manufactured into the garment (it won't fade with washing)
- Perfect for temperatures ranging from 6-16°c
When Stolen Goat launched in 2012, Founder Tim Bland had a solid, interesting and lucrative job. What kind of a fool would leave that behind? Well, our kind of fool!
He'd had enough of the 9 to 5 routine and wanted to find a way to be productive, efficient and creative, whilst creating something of his own and being able to pursue his passions. Stolen Goat allowed him to combine all of these things and keep a smile on his face.
In creating and nurturing Stolen Goat into the respected clothing manufacturer that it is today, Whilst growing the Stolen Goat team and range, Tim's been able to keep loving the great outdoors and spend time with his young family - but also create a thriving firm that's straight from the heart. Stolen Goat has been a deliberately slow burn in becoming part of the fabric of cycling over a number of years; nothing worthwhile happens overnight. Today the quality, designs and durability are a match for any of the more recognised names out there.
We've got to know Stolen Goat over many years, and have witnessed the undimmed pride and passion that go into it. We're confident you'll like them.
And then there's the question of the name. It's all to do with the day that student Tim lost a bet that result in him 'borrowing' a pedigree goat from a cashmere farm high in the Himalayas and crossing a continent in the company of said goat. They ended up pedalling across Turkmenistan heavily disguised on a tandem, and the rest is history. Or is it...?
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