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.
Garry in NSW
I bought these gloves and on the first ride with them, flipped my bike at about 70mph, on the TAR. They aren't designed for that kind of abuse but they saved my hands, I had full body protection and after sliding/barrel rolling about 100 feet, I got up and walked away without a scratch (but some injuries as you'd expect). At one point my palms must have been in touch with the tarmac at speed as the left glove had a couple of small holes, resulting in two small friction heat blisters on my palm, the gloves and all my gear were totaled, I still cant believe how well they sacrificed themselves to save my bacon... The 'berg fe570 was in a very sad state and I did end up having a shoulder reconstruction 2 years later, but it should have been a lot worse...... I've even kept the gloves as a trophy, Klim is welcome to take them back to study the amazing way they stood up to this crash. I've purchased these gloves again and swear by them.. I wish I had the cash to outfit myself in full Klim gear.... Cheers Klim and Rocky Mountain ATV :-)Read All Reviews
Brian in AZ
Over 100 miles from Ensenada to Tecate in driving rain, at least 80 on the dirt with plenty of big road wide puddles last weekend and I was really comfortable and dry. It is a bit warm for moderate temps even with all vents open but it was over a chest protector and under a large backpack and tool belt. Fit fine in the large KLIM pack when it did warm up. Generally too warm for single track but GOLD on fast 2 tracks.Read All Reviews
Rodney in AL
These are well worth the price paid. The problem with waterproof boots is that none of them are as protective as a full motocross boot. These solve that problem. I can wear any boot now and have full waterproofing. They go all the way up to just below your knee, but the real beauty is that they are sealed at the top with elastic, so you can literally go swimming and your feet will stay dry. I tested them out first by wearing a really old pair of boots I had laying around with several holes in them. In a 2' creek crossing at about 35 degrees F, I put my left foot completely under the water, and kept my right foot on the peg, away from the water. I could tell there was water in my boot, but both feet stayed warm for the rest of the ride. A couple of weeks later, I went for a 2-3 hour ride with my new boots (non-waterproof). It was raining (about 40 degrees F) the entire time, and on the way back, at the same creek crossing, the water had risen up to about 2.5 feet. Both feet went underwater naturally this time, but both remained perfectly dry and warm. I did get a size larger than normal, as others had mentioned, and I agree it's the right choice.Read All Reviews