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 adventure motorcycle 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: dual sport, ATV, dirt bike, UTV and street bike.
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.
Nicholas in MD
First time I wore them I noticed an immediate difference in how cool they are compared to the Mojave pants. Big upgrade in that regard. But I somehow tore them! I didn’t notice until after I washed them though so I don’t know if they tore on the ride or in the wash. Should be easy to sew back up. The rear is in the boot mostly anyway. They look better in person than they do in the pictures too. Besides the tear, the other issue I have is they are bunching up a bit more than the mojave’s do at the knee where I’m gripping the bike. I probably just need to tuck them in better or something but it’s happened on two rides so it might be more than just fixing the tuck. The pocket is why I buy Klim. Well, that and the fact I think they make quality stuff.Read All Reviews
MICHAEL in CO
I liked these for several reasons, the length to ankle as I wear knee braces and wanted some rub relief, has hip/thigh pads that move and conform to your leg plus feels like will take away some of the sting, a coxis pad and a butt pad much like bicycle shorts. Seem to not hold heat but have not used on a fairly hit day yet. I did have to go down a size as bought a large and found to be too large for me as felt okay in the dressing room but felt too large when riding. I went to a medium, fits tighter and seems to stay in place better. I used to have bicycle shorts, mx riding shorts and two knee sleeves per each leg. Too much stuff on. FYI I wear 34x30 jeans and the 34 jean is snug in the waist as a 36 is way too large. I do wear 36 mx pants and cinch up as still old school and wear a kidney belt. I have only ridden in the mediums twice and so far it is good. The score might be higher as want more rides to see how well these wear and feel on a long day of track or trail riding. These are not the cheapest but I preferred these over other options.Read All Reviews
Peter in CA
lightweight, will have t see how that affects durability. Capacity is good, not too impressed with the bite valve. It leaks a tiny bit open but the lock feature stops it, however the lock feature is not the easiest to open while riding. You can do it but it is not as easy as my old camelbackRead All Reviews
Peter in CA
Pack is great. My old Camelback hiking pack started to fray/tear on the mesh fabric interface with the nylon back body. Hey, it was made for hiking and wicking sweat, not for bouncing/rubbing on rough dual sport riding jacket fabric. The pack holds the right amount and the removable tool pack allows for many riding optionsRead All Reviews