If you’re in the market for the finest riding gear around, Klim is your choice. No other brand in the industry has such an unrelenting pursuit of excellence in quality and comfort. It’s the ideal option for every dual sport rider. However, even though Klim is primarily recognized in dual sport and adventure touring circles, that doesn’t mean that its versatility can’t offer off-road or street purists premium gear. That’s why you’ll find Klim products across all of our powersport categories: ATV, dirt bike, UTV, motorcycle and (of course) dual sport.
So what makes Klim stand out from other brands so remarkably? It largely has to do with their devotion to what matters to riders. For example, many Klim products feature Gore-Tex® technology, allowing the gear to sport a highly sophisticated waterproof liner. Because of this, you’d be hard-pressed to find a product that better repels rain and still offers a highly breathable membrane.
Aside from supreme quality and comfort, Klim also takes protection very seriously. Many Klim products feature either D3O® or CE armor. Both are respectable options, though if you’re the type that loves advanced technology as part of your gear, you’re going to love D3O. When you’re riding, it stays soft and flexible – you might forget it’s there altogether. But in an impact, the molecular structure stiffens, absorbing the force and distributing it throughout the armor.
This is just the beginning of everything that Klim offers. From one of the most impressive warranties in the industry to smart designs that effectively manage body heat, you simply won’t find a better set of gear. Klim has a solid reputation for well-built gear with reliable construction. Major features that appeal to dual sport or adventure riders include truly effective venting, comfortable built-in armor and integrated pieces of gear.
With a complete product line that covers everything from jackets and pants to boots and goggles, Klim has something for everyone. Pick up a new set of gear from Klim to discover how incredible it is.
DAIMIAN in WA
I own this pack as well as the Klim crew pack, both are great quality and the tool pouch is an added bonus to keep things secure. The Nak pack has enough room to hold a thin jacket if need be. The goggle pouch in the secondary pocket is a nice touch as well. Don't hesitate to purchase this pack if you don't need a full on pack like the crew pack but want to be able to haul more than just the hydration pack and a powerbar.Read All Reviews
Marylou in CA
gift for my husband. Likes the larger bladder, 3L. If you don't fill the bladder all the way you could stash a couple of tools in there, but not really set up for too many extra's. Good for a 2-3 hour trail ride. Will be getting husband a separate fender pack for tools though.Read All Reviews
Kevin in CA
This pack is replacing my OGIO pack that got lost out of my friends RZR. When I started looking for the pack, I was looking for durability and function and I knew I was going to build the ultimate cache of tool to put in it. It has plenty of compartments, smart features and holds up on your waist without slipping around. The only one thing that it does not have that OGIO has is the side pouch that converts into a pouch that holds a half liter of water. I use this often and sometimes I didn't like to take the Camelback, and would conveniently put in the side pouch of the bag. Other than that, a very nice pack!Read All Reviews
Joel in CT
From back to front. You get a huge compartment with a 100 oz. reversible, high quality bladder for fluids. Another full depth compartment which I use for an extra sweat shirt and towel. A mid size compartment where I carry two ratchet straps and 2 rolled up straps (just in case) and there is plenty of room left. Above that is a fleece lined pocket where I carry extra glasses and my cell phone (separate little compartments). There is then a removable tool pouch with plenty of slots and dividers to carry all kinds of things. And finally a 8" x 10" pouch (or so) to carry more smaller items. I put extra gloves, facemask, and tshirt in there. On each side there is also a low pocket to carry a small item. And also each side has the ability to carry a big wrench or other tool by slipping the bottom of the tool into a hole and strapping the velcro over the top of the tool. It shoulders just like a normal back pack and also has a upper and lower strap to go around your chest and belly. They incorporated the drinking tube right into the left shoulder strap. You literally unzip the face of the shoulder strap on your left and the drinking tube lifts out. Then you can zip it back down to conceal the tube again. This is a VERY impressive pouch and is of the highest quality. I can't say enough good things. And as always Rocky Mountain was perfect!Read All Reviews