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  1. With summer temps on the way, I'm in need of some inside the boot MX pants more suitable for higher temps. Like a good TT'er, I started by searching previous threads, of which there are several, but most seem to be from several years back and when I research reviews of some of the suggested products on RMAV etc., some reviewers say "the old stuff is better ventilated" and since designs change, I thought starting a new thread might be warranted as maybe others are in the same boat as me. Comments in prior posts predominately suggest: Moose Sahara Klim Mojave Fly Lite Hydrogen I'm also curious about the: Klim XC Lite If anyone has experience with these, or other pants they would recommend for hot summer days, your opinion would be much appreciated. P.S. I wear knee braces, so any comments on fit over knee pads / braces would be very helpful too.
  2. Hi Guys I rode Sunday's RORR enduro and had to take off my black Klim "Tactical Pro" Jersey half way through the first stage. It must have fallen out of my backpack. Would really appreciate getting it back if anyone found it. Will pay the mailing costs. Thanks. Jeremy
  3. 3 reviews

    KLIM’s F3 Off-Road helmet is a most-valuable riding partner. Composite shell construction means the F3 can be strong and lightweight in a modern, sleek design. Structure Mapped Composite construction, a new complete comfort liner system, intelligent ventilation and KLIM legendary quality combine in the new F3. Maximize the Minimum – The F3 is engineered to minimize neck fatigue and maximize impact protection. Built Strong – KLIM's all-new F3 starts a light and strong revolution in off-road style helmets. Constructed with KLIM's Structure Mapped Composite base material lay up, the F3 optimizes strength in all the right areas while reducing overall weight. Refined Fit – KLIM took old helmet technology and tossed it. With the new F3, riders enjoy up to 10% smaller external dimensions and a sleeker, more comfortable fit from three shell sizes. Let Off Some Steam – KLIM is the industry leader in body comfort. And developing an effective intelligent ventilation system for the F3 was key. Thirteen intake vents combine with six exhaust ports to provide optimal heat dispersion even while stationary. Wide Open Spaces – The KLIM F3 Helmet features the widest, unobstructed field of view in its class, ensuring you'll never miss the epic views it takes you to. All-Day Comfort – The KLIM F3 features the latest Custom EPS and internal liner systems to secure the rider's head completely. EPS, 3D Ergonomic cheek pads and liner foam are optimized for a great fit. Systems Check – KLIM engineered the new F3 to work in conjunction with market leading neck brace technology, not against it. Expectations – Thanks to innovative construction techniques and premium materials, The KLIM F3 meets or exceeds the most demanding ECE and DOT standards for motorcycle helmets at reduced weight KLIM Custom Fit – Klimatek™ Fabric liner systems utilize adaptive smart foam technology and anti-microbial/bacterial fast-wicking textiles.
  4. New review written up by OklahomaKLR on the Klim Dakar Glove. http://www.spiritstrike.com/gear/2014/5/11/klim-dakar-glove
  5. 1 review

    KLIM INDUCTION MESH JACKET: LONG TERM REVIEW If you ride in hot weather, you know how hot even a ventilated jacket gets for adventure riding. I always avoided wearing mesh jackets as the idea of sliding down the road with such flimsy gear was not appealing. But eight years ago I was sick of sweating so settled on the Klim Induction jacket. It's possibly the most ventilated jacket on the market, but also comes with armor and abrasion resistant materials that meet the seond highest standard CE rating... very impressive for a mesh jacket. Expensive. Yes. Is it worth the money? Lets find out with our Klim Induction mesh jacket long term review. Here are the main claims to fame of the Klim Induction mesh jacket. - Abrasion and tear-resistant Klim Karbonite mesh - Rhino-stitch technology - 840D abrasion zones at elbows and shoulders - UV-resistant material - Fleece-lined collar - Integrated D3o armor system - 3M Scotchlite reflective materials - Stretch material at elbows - YKK zippers - Jacket passes CE Rating AA prEN 17092-3 (text continues below) What is Rihno stitch technology? Sounds impressive, but absolutely no explanation on what it actually is. Try googling it. There is zero information. The ventilation on the Klim Induction mesh jacket? Brilliant. There is so much mesh that even in first gear you feel air pushing through. Very high quality zipper. Heaps of reflective bits for safety. Plenty of pockets. Including this cool little pouch for your sunglasses. The fleece lined collar is very comfortable. When so many jackets are coming in black only, it's great to see Klim offering high visibility colour schemes. There's a removable liner that is fully waterproof, even after all these years. It's the armor and abrasion resistance of the Klim Induction mesh jacket I'm really interested in, normally the downside of mesh jackets. Lets start with abrasion resistance. The mesh is Klim's Karbonite material, they claim it is 750% more abrasion resistant than normal mesh. However, there is no evidence of their testing, or explanation of how they tested it. And against what. So we have to take Klim's word for it. And I did come across forums posts where guys said it held up well in their accidents though. And it has passed the AA standard for abrasion testing, the second highest rating possible. The abrasion zones for elbows and shoulders of the Klim Induction mesh jacket? These are rated to 840D. It is enough? Well most textile jackets rely on a 600 denier fabic which always fails in abrasion tests. And the Klim Induction jacket has passed the AA standard for abrasion and impact testing. On to the Klim Induction mesh jacket armour. The D30 EVO armor is soft and comfortable compared to most other options. It's pretty advanced stuff as under impact it suddenly stiffens to disperse the impact. Nice. Again it's good enough to reach the AA standard. Another thing I liked, the Klim Induction mesh jacket is made in Vietnam, a country with a very solid textile industry from French colonial days. So much bike gear is now made in China where quality control ain't so hot. And given how China is acting on the world stage lately I'd rather not support them until they behave a bit better. So what's not good about the Klim Induction mesh jacket? I have zero complaints so scoured the internet for criticisms. Some were about the jacket not fitting correctly, I ignored these there are plenty of overweight riders out there and you really should test the fit before buying it. One rider said he didn't like the way the wrist cinches strap up. But overall the user reviews average 4.7 to five out of five stars. If you have the money, then this is probably the most ventilated jacket you can buy that meets the second highest safety standards. I had a quick look at the main competitors and they either aren't rated or meet the third standard at best.
  6. Looking at a new get up . . . Thinking about trying out the KLIM Mojave outfit . . . it looks like the KLIM gear, even with a good sale is still quite a bit more than I'm used to spending . . . is it worth the price difference?
  7. k6dko

    Klim Dakar Pants

    4 reviews

    Named after the Dakar Rally, the longest, most difficult and brutal off road race in the world, the Klim Dakar Pant is made to see you through any condition you come across. Built with TNP heat and abrasion resistant leather panels on the inner legs and Cordura® reinforced fabric in the knees and seat, the Dakar comes abuse ready. However, not just protection minded, adjustable ventilation has been designed in with 20 inch mesh-lined zippered thigh vents and a mesh-lined rear leg vent to let you ride from the cold morning to the hot afternoon with effortless adaptability. FEATURES: Controlled ventilation chassis is designed to be worn over the boot 2 dual adjustable 20” thigh mesh-lined vents with dual zipper heads 1682 Denier Nylon ballistic panels in high-wear areas Removable hip & knee pads 840 Denier Cordura® fabric in shell Polyester ribbed stretch crotch gusset & above knee & seat area to allow pant to move with rider Adjustable Velcro pant cuff opening design allows rider to access & adjust knee brace, sock and boot Velcro waist adjusters Auto-lock & high durability YKK® zippers Storm flap on front fly Mesh-lined rear leg vent Two large volume side leg Velcro cargo pockets Wicking polyester mesh lining with Lycra stretch panels & knee brace reinforced Cordura® inner knee panels Liner stretch panels match stretch panels on shell of pant so liner moves with shell of pant High-back self adjusting elastic yoke keeps pant secure High quality embroidered graphics Reflective industrial-grade 3M™ piping accents Improved high-tenacity stitching thread with double-stitching & bar-tacks DWR coated to shed water D-ring
  8. Klim(said Klime as in Lime). Yeah, yippee. Whatever Over-priced crap or good stuff? Or a few really good items and the rest is overpriced, over hyped, oh-daddy-I-have-to-have-Klim-because-it's-the-latest-thing stuff or it costs a lot so people might think I'm rich or cool? Or it's for those old guys that really have money and a dumb enough to buy it. Or, damn this stuff really IS good?
  9. 2 reviews

    Extreme Enduro competitions all over the world have been dominated by one rider and one helmet: Graham Jarvis and the revolutionary KLIM F4. As the most ventilated helmet in motorsports, the premium F4 from KLIM keeps Jarvis cooler in the world’s most demanding conditions. A cooler head means more energy. And more energy means better line selection, higher levels of concentration and the ability to do one-handed victory wheelies as your competition passes out. You’ve seen the YouTube clips and Red Bull Romaniacs victory salutes. Nobody pushes their bike and body further than Jarvis and the insane races he’s been winning for years. But it’s more than just unmatched ventilation that makes the F4 victorious across all off-road zones. Built on a premium zonal fiber select platform, the KLIM F4 features aerospace fiberglass, carbon fiber and Kevlar layups to ensure premium safety standards are exceeded around the world. Comfort is enhanced by moisture-wicking comfort liner and cheek pad materials, comfort liner and cheek pad perforation, and the insane continuation of ventilation ducts and channels throughout the EPS. KLIM’s premium standards are seen in the complete F4 Package. Included with every F4 Helmet is a genuine WINDSTOPPER packable, snap-in liner to block direct wind contact while still retaining incredibly high breathability. Also, KLIM includes a snap-in breath deflector with every F4—making it a true four-season, multi-sport helmet. Removable cheek pads and liners wash easily. To put it simply: the KLIM F4 wins across the board. That’s what superior technology, premium features and KLIM ingenuity deliver. Try an F4 on today and experience a new reality of comfort and performance. MOST ADVANCED VENTILATION SYSTEM IN MOTORSPORTS AIR INDUCTION SYSTEM SUPPORTS AIR-CRAVING INTAKES TO DELIVER SUBSTANTIAL AIR-FLOW AND VOLUME INTO VENTILATION SYSTEM EPS AIR CHANNELS CONTINUOUSLY INTRODUCE FRESH AIR TO INNER PRESSURE CHAMBER NETWORK AND TRANSPORT HEATED AIR AND EXCESS MOISTURE TO EXIT PORTS LARGE, EFFECTIVE EXIT PORTSMOISTURE-WICKING COMFORT LINER AND CHEEK PADS INTEGRATES WITH VENTILATION SYSTEM AND ENHANCES COOLING VIA AIRFLOW PERFORATIONS NON-INTRUSIVE EYE PORT INCREASES FIELD OF VISION PREMIUM CONSTRUCTION AND QUALITY E.C.E. 22.05 VERSION AVAILABLE FOR EUROPEAN MARKETS ZONAL FIBER SELECT CONSTRUCTION WITH AEROSPACE FIBERGLASS, CARBON FIBER AND KEVLAR ENSURE A SAFER HELMET AIR-INDUCTION EXTERIOR RIDGES INCREASE STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY OF THE HELMET PATENT D583, 102 ALL-WEATHER SYSTEM AND COMFORT FEATURES INCLUDED WINDSTOPPER LINER IS SMALL AND POCKETABLE, SNAPS ONTO FOAM COMFORT LINER TO PROVIDE WINDPROOF WARMTH WHILE STILL MAINTAINING INCREDIBLE BREATHABILITY AND MOISTURE REMOVAL ADJUSTABLE SNAP-IN BREATH DEFLECTOR INCLUDED COMFORT LINER AND CHEEK PADS EASILY REMOVABLE AND WASHABLE INCLUDED WITH EACH HELMET DELUXE, SOFT-LINED, BALLISTIC NYLON CARRYING BAG WITH EXTERNAL ZIPPERED SIDE POCKETS AND END MESH STASH POCKET WINDSTOPPER COLD-WEATHER SNAP-IN LINER BREATH DEFLECTOR REMOVABLE CHEEK PADS REMOVABLE COMFORT LINER REPLACEMENT PARTS AVAILABLE
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