Review: Lusso Max Repel Knee Warmers

Once again I am a cycle commuter, and most of my mid-week miles on the bike are done in the early morning or in the evening. Those morning commutes, even in August, can be a bit on the chilly side. With temperatures hovering around 10 degrees Celsius, I feel far more comfortable covering my knees up and protecting vital joints from the chill.
The Max Repel Knee Warmers from Lusso have been my choice for the last week, and I’ve been impressed by their quality and performance.

Lusso is a British brand, making high quality, high value cycle clothing. The Max Repel Knee Warmers are designed to provide good insulation and protection in wet conditions. This is done through the use of a high density lycra material that helps to “repel” the water that is sprayed onto it.

The warmers grip well, using small gel dots on an elastic gripper on both the upper and lower ends. They are true to size, and they have a neat seam on the back of the knee, which allows for an articulated joint area that is more comfortable when the knee is bent.
Quite simply, they do the job very well. They keep your knees warm in the cold and the wet. They have coped well with multiple machine washes, despite the small branding sticker coming off in the first wash, and they look the part! Protect your knees this autumn, they are the pivots on the pistons that power your pedals!

Lusso kit can be bought from select distributors and direct from
The Max Repel knee warmers have an RRP of £29.99


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