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Whether you’re speeding down trails or highways, or caught in a storm or cold front, a riding jacket is a great accessory to have. Providing valuable protection and extra warmth when you need it, the right jacket can revolutionize your ride.
Now, the right jacket for your depends on the type of riding you do. A light, compact, one season jacket may be perfect for the summer rider, while a heavier, four season jacket with pockets, zippered vents, and removable thermal layers is better suited for the avid rider or everyday commuter. The right jacket should be as versatile as your rides.
Riding jackets don’t have to conform to one style, either. If you prefer a loose mesh jacket or look best in tight fitting leather – we’re happy if you are. Choose from a variety of colors and sizes to make sure the jacket fits you to a T. Our stock caters to a variety of riding styles like:
Worried about sizing or not liking the style? Don’t be! Our fit guarantee program will let you exchange your jacket with free shipping both ways if it’s not absolutely perfect. Don’t hesitate to give us a call if you have questions on fit, or just need a good starting point – we’re here to help every step of the way.
ANDY in NC
I'm 6'-1", 170lbs, 40" chest, 33" waist and bought a medium even though the size chart says I should be a large. I normally wear a large and am between a 42 and 44 in motorcycle jackets (alpinestars, cortech). 42 feels tight, 44 is loose in those brands. On this jacket, the overall length is ok, the sleeve length is ok but it fits huge around the chest and waist, with no means to cinch the waist. It looks like a giant lawn and leaf garbage bag on me. Has many pockets (one of which was partially sewn shut). The vents are very small, with no chest vents. The only vents are small ones on the upper arms and lower back. The padding and armor seems excellent, although the shoulder pads do tend to spin around when you put it on. If I were going to keep it, I would add some velcro or sew the shoulder pad pockets in so they don't move so much. I really wanted to like this jacket, and it may fit people who aren't as thin as I am. I thought about trying a small - but really? A small for 6'-1" 170? There is also a number 36 written on the lower back in white chalk, like it didn't come out in the wash after the jacket was made. I wanted to like this, but it just doesn't fit my body type. I tried it on 3 different times with different shirts underneath. Hard to stomach spending $300 on a Klim Dakar that doesn't come with pads. I think I will try the Thor Terrain next - that seems to fit the skinny people like me betterRead All Reviews
Chris in OR
Jacket is holding up well so far. Has kept my son dry in light rain. Haven't tried it in heavy rain yet. Nice for cold mornings and sleeves come off for more cooling as temp comes up.Read All Reviews
Frank in MD
By far the best jacket I have worn. Sizes do run a bit larger, but made to wear thin padding underneath. The styling is outstanding, the comfort is a bit stiff but should wear in over a season.Read All Reviews
russell in FL
Great Klim quality, finish, and attention to detail. First rate fabrics, zippers, etc. Highly recommend. Bought this Baja jacket for summer wear (I live in Florida). It complements my Dakar jacket and pants for the rest of the year. Great ventilation. I wear it with just an under armour t-shirt underneath. Although somewhat expensive, it includes all D-30 armor for back, shoulders, and elbows (about $100). Also includes Klim's "lifetime" warranty. Klim sizing runs slightly large. I'm 64 yo, 5-8, 160 lbs and wear a medium in Klim when I would ordinarily wear a large in other gear. As other have noted, Klim sleeves seem to run long, but it's not a problem.Read All Reviews
Ernest in CA
Worth the purchase. Used it as a layer for my CDT trek. Worked like a charm.Read All Reviews
leon in LA
Its the best jacket I have ever bought lots of protection feels great get you one you will love itRead All Reviews