CycleAware Slap & Wrap Reflective Pant Legbands

Product Code
BT-633
Brand
CycleAware
Price
$12.00
Current Stock:
8

The Slap and Wrap legband provides excellent nighttime visibility and pant leg retention. Made from highly reflective, water resistant material, it's lightweight with a felt backing for comfort. The non-constricting design requires no adjustment—one size fits all. Just slap, wrap and ride!

Two per set.

Size: 2.5” x 15.5”




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Average rating: based on 6 reviews.

Could be a bit longer

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Reviewed By: Prentice Steffen on 11/24/16

The other pair I have (another manufacturer) are 1/3 or so longer and do a better job wrapping around my ankle when wearing thick jeans. If these were a bit longer, they'd be a lot better.

Slap a couple around your bike frame

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Reviewed By: Larry Lansdowne on 7/21/14

Slap a couple around your bike frame, always at hand, and as above, works great

If you ride a bike you should have a set of these!

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Reviewed By: A customer from Fort Bragg, CA USA on 3/7/12

Works great to keep pants out of the way during the day and provide exellent reflection for xtra safety for night riding. I use a pair on my wrists when riding in town at night to make my hand signaling visible as well. Very comfortable to wear adjusting to ankle movement while pedaling.

Best pantsleg holder I've used

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Reviewed By: Dale Hammerschmidt on 10/5/10

Lots of legbands tend to ride down to the ankle as you pedal, or have to be made very tight to stay put. This one stays in place while being very comfortable -- you can forget it's there. And it's highly reflectorized, to boot.

Best legband I've used, and highly reflective, to boot

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Reviewed By: Dale Hammerschmidt on 9/10/10

Many legbands don't stretch, and tend to work their way down to the narrowest point of the ankle as you pedal -- the pants often escape. Others have some stretch, but can only be made to stay in place by having them uncomfortably tight. These are quite comfortable and tend to stay put nicely. The only problem I've had is that they are SO comfortable that I can forget to take them off (gg); fortunately, most of my patients know I'm a bike commuter, and the teasing is gentle and good-natured.

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