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Reddit reviews: The best cold weather arm warmers for women

We found 25 Reddit comments discussing the best cold weather arm warmers for women. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 20 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

Top Reddit comments about Women's Cold Weather Arm Warmers:

u/toniMPLS · 30 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

As others have said, thermo layers under everything. I like Cuddl Duds, Uniqlo Heattech, and Costco has some from a brand called 32 Degrees that are nice, too. I'm more likely to wear infinity scarves with my outfit than a necklace in the winter. Even a lightweight one can really make a difference in a cold office.

Another thing I would HIGHLY recommend is arm warmers/fingerless gloves. I have a pair sort of like these. They really help keep my hands and wrists from freezing when I'm sitting at my computer all day.

I know you said it would be awkward, but if it's not against rules where you work, a small space heater under your desk will make you feel SO much better, and if you spend most of your time at your desk, you may not even need the extra layers under your pants. I had one at my last job (I really wish I could have one where I am now), and actually got it around the same time as my arm warmers, and my mood at work drastically improved overall because I wasn't constantly freezing.

u/Renz2LK · 2 pointsr/cosplay

First, a link to the character for reference would be helpful. Google Images of Crow Hogan Hope this is the character you're referencing.

Second, what are your skills in crafting? This will determine the route you will want to take. Below are just my suggestions but aren't the only options you have.

If you don't have the skills, you can go with found objects to create these items.

  • For the arm bands, you can use a sports sweat bands and just flip them around to hide the logo. See here It doesn't have to be Nike, there are other brands if you prefer them.

  • For the gloves, you can use long knit gloves and add some sports sweat bands for the cuffs. See here

    If you do have the skills in crafting, then you can easily make these using fabrics that you can pick up at your local craft stores. Pattern making tutorials are aplenty and all you need to do is sew them up. Good luck!

    EDIT: Link added
u/FitnessNurse2015 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Hello! It is 14 degrees out right now and I'm super tall with long arms. All my sweaters and jackets are too short in the sleeves and leave space between them and my gloves. I have arm warmers on my wishlist that would be so amazing to have! I particularly think these would be really warm and cozy! Thank you for the opportunity :)

u/GfdTLV · 2 pointsr/BDSMcommunity

Something like: this or this perhaps?

It doesn't look like they have any ribbon-based gloves for sale at the moment, but SockDreams (link goes to their gloves) is a really good independently-owned store for buying similar items. In my experience their customer service is beyond helpful, and I've no doubt they'd be able to give you info about the durability of what they have in terms of what you need. (Their founder used to be pretty open about having a sock fetish and they are all about non-gender-conforming models and stuff, so I think they'd be fine with open questions about product use involving BDSM.)

Etsy might also be good. Pole-dancing gloves, maybe?

u/moonbutters · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I want this

Some hand socks

Because hand socks are better than sleeves

Or. OR.

Consider this:

A preorder of my favorite manga

Ask me something about something.

u/OwlRammer · 2 pointsr/Competitiveoverwatch

at the very least, you should do stretches and stuff in between games, I've been doing the same thing (although not as long per session as you are), and stretching often really helps alot in terms of stopping wrist problems for me. I also got some I also have some gloves like this, which do wonders in terms of comfort and stuff so I imagine if you have your arm rested on a table while playing, getting something similar for your arm to have some cushioning between arm and desk would have similar effects.

and of course like people said, take some breaks every few hours. even if all you do is just stand and walk for a few minutes, it still helps alot.

u/NateCantRead · 2 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes

Fingerless gloves will give you warmth and dexterity.

Novawo Women's Hand Crochet Winter Warm Fingerless Arm Warmers Gloves, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00PERLMAQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_2k4uybFBHE1Q8

u/straycat829 · 2 pointsr/Moissanite

They are long gloves! Flammi Women's Knit Arm Warmers with Thumb Hole Warm Fingerless Gloves Mittens for Halloween Party Daily Wear (Skull with Crossbone B) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07X2GTMWP/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_HAfYDb3NAPQSZ

u/lilylunapotter · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

It snowed here last Friday too haha we must live close! I also moved from Florida to practically Canada, so I understand the feeling >.< Brace yourself, and invest in these

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/guns

I always liked bum gloves. You can get a cheap pair of normal gloves at a dollar store and just chop the fingers off. They keep your hands warm for the most part (though your finger tips get a little cold).

u/Jade_Orange · 2 pointsr/fursuit

cosplay paws

Now buy some stretchy arm warmers and faux fur that matches the gloves. sew the fur onto the arm warmers, and then sew the paws onto the newly-furred arm warmers. Brush fur over seams. Now you have long, non-itchy pawgloves!

u/eliza_cs · 1 pointr/Eliza_cs
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    For each item I offer:

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u/lagelthrow · 4 pointsr/findfashion

that style top is

available

lots of places

gloves are less likely to find an exact match (though IMO if you needed the belt detail, it would be easy to find appropriate material and attach it) but here are

some

options

Impossible to know what the pants situation is. Leggings? jeans? skirt? But there you are

u/TheLegofThanos · 2 pointsr/neuropathy

Last year my mother bought me a wax therapy kit and it is huge and ridiculous to use but in dire circumstances, it is worth it for warming and rehydrating skin.

I am trying fingerless gloves (and leg warmers with holes cut in for the thumb), which seem to help, especially when typing. here

u/duckingcluttered · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

These look like the same idea. From the picture I don't think there's anything between the fingers

u/satchelofatoms · 8 pointsr/gfur

The leg ones are either legwamers or just thigh-high stockings. The arm ones are armwarmers or fingerless opera gloves.

Amazon has some similar ones, though they lack the glove bit, as well as some matching stockings in the "also purchased" section (thought they don't appear to be quite as long as in the image). Further searching on those keywords could probably find ones exactly like in the image.

u/MrMcHaggi5 · 1 pointr/HelpMeFind

I can find pink and black. Have you seen a pink and blue pair? Seems like an odd colour combination, could have been custom made? (there are quite a few knitting patterns out there)

u/Iamjasw · 2 pointsr/Assistance

amazon.com/Fingerless-Crochet-Thumbhole-Warmers-Mittens/dp/B073QGSHP5/ref=asc_df_B073QGSHP5/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=312606423309&hvpos=1o3&hvnetw=g&hvrand=11650093731144700164&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9002163&hvtargid=pla-594296105714&psc=1