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The Klim Adventure Rally Air Pant redefines what fully-ventilated adventure gear can stand up to with high marks in abrasion and cut/tear resistance and impressive use of the new D3O Xergo line of integrated armor pieces. The Rally Air Pant maintains high-end Klim pant features as well. Premium leather inner knees, reflective mesh materials, SuperFabric slide zones on the knees and a sleek, simply adjustable boot cuff ensures hot, humid and brutally abusive conditions have been tamed.
Heavy duty Kevlar mesh construction with amazing tear and abrasion resistance
Kevlar stretch mesh crotch for full range of motion
Kevlar seat panel
Large panels of Superfabric materal at knees for better sliding abrasion resistance
Reflective mesh material placement on thighs and lower legs for increased low-light visibility
Premium leather inside knees and inside lower leg provide excellent durability and heat resistance
D3O Xergo knee and hip pieces meet and exceed newest proposed CE level 2 limb protector standards [pren1621-1:2011]
Poron XRD extreme impact foam coccyx (tailbone) pad
Dow Corning S7-005 Deflexion on top of thighs for protection and breathability
2 external pockets: 2 large thigh pockets with horizontal zippers for easy access while seated
1 hidden money pocket in waistband
Removable Spot pocket on left thigh for proper position of spot antenna when seated for better tracking ability
Moisture-wicking mesh internal liner
500D Cordura inner lower cuff boot buckle guard
Integrated suspender attachment points
Full circumference jacket-to-pants zipper
Heavy duty YKK zippers used throughout
Spacer mesh at knees for breathability and comfort
Adjustable over-the-boot cuff construction via velcro closure keeps pants securely in place and keeps weather out of boots
Adjustable cuff design allows pant to be open enough to adjust boot and knee guards/braces and provides large range of adjustment to fit the widest range of boot styles/sizes
Nice, but they run small...
I'll start with what I'm always curious about when ordering wearable gear online;"Fit". They run small. Not a complete size small, maybe half a size small.
Me; 5'10" around 220 with a typical older guy paunch. I tend to wear my jeans at my hips as I have a high waist line and if I actually wore pants at my waist, I'd be buttoning them just below my shirt pocket.. Yeah not pretty.
I typically wear a 38 jean with some room to spare. In general I need a belt or they will be around my ankles.
These are snug. Not a full-size small but the type of snug like when you put on your jeans and you ask your wife if she's been drying your jeans on "high". That type of snugness that tells you its time to maybe pass on the dessert for a little bit and get out and walk some.
These replace Olympia Air Glide 3s. Those are also a 38 but fit me like my jeans. They fit comfortably and I really could have stood to wear a belt or suspenders. The only reason I'm replacing them is I want better protection.
Back to the Adventure Rally Air Pant - These pants breathe or vent really well. Standing in front of a fan you can feel the air flow through the pants. I like the "cut" as it doesn't slide down from your waist to your hips. I just can't figure out how to adjust the knee pads so they are in the correct position with knees bent.
The full zipper to connect the pants to the jacket is easy to use with just a few minutes of practice.Those also help keep the pants from sliding down…
I hope to never find out just how protective this gear is but I know I've picked the most protective I can for the type of riding I do.
And definitely use the method they Revzilla describes in their video and you'll get a pant that is "close". Pick your jean size and you're gonna be sending them back..
September 15, 2014
Need a larger size
Klim needs to offer larger sizes. Yes I could stand to lose some weight but I still like gear that fits. The 3x Rally Air Jacket is a technical wonder. The Rally Air pants - well I am never going to know as 42 is not going to cut it. I will continue to shame their reps at rallies (they can pick on my girth). Come on guys a 3X implies a large human. I like good stuff between me and the earth when the occasion arises. And it does from time to time. Based on my great affection for my new Rally Air jacket I would really like the britches to match. So I am pleading (Klim, are you listening?) please offer some larger sizes (46 hint!). I eagerly await in hopes of an encouraging reply. I will even trade the last 2 stars for a good fit!
July 12, 2014
Total confidence for commuting
Ordered these in a size 30, they were drop shipped directly from Klim in Idaho.
First impressions: heavy duty, stiff, and I'm not going to fit in them. Now keep in mind I'd just had a Chipolte barbacoa bowl for lunch prior to receiving these so my waistline was not in the best of shape. Fortunately I could just close the two button snaps at the waist, which then let me close the fly. I left the tags on and wore them for the rest of the work day, around 4 hours or so, at which point they had loosened up just enough to know that I would be keeping them.
Tags cut, and mounted my 95 VFR750 for the ride home. Knee armor sits perfectly once feet are on the pegs, you can feel them initially but after a couple of minutes they adjust to my knees and the hardness is gone. I'm confident the armor would stay in place in an off, which is why I didn't go for the size 32 version, I've had other pants that were more of an overpant but the armor would never stay where it was needed, and sat too low on the leg. Temp was about 60F and could feel a good breeze on the upper thighs and gentle ventilation in the crotch. Gave me great peace of mind on the highway knowing I was no longer taking a risk with just my dress pants on. Currently using a Trailguard jacket with orange NP protectors, the Xergo stuff in the adventure line is definitely softer and more conforming.
Are these pants worth $800? Hard to say, but my legs are important to me and these seem like the heaviest duty mesh pants on the market today. Rather stiff out of the box, looking forward to more comfort as they break in. Will be ordering the Gore-tex overpants for these shortly, to give full 4 season coverage. I was tempted to "save" by ordering the non mesh goretex adventure pants but wanted the mesh option for the hotter days.
May 5, 2014
Hot weather gear
2 Day ride in SW California, from 59'F to 92'F. This is a great pant. I also have the Air Jacket. Great protection, great product. I am a normal 34 Jean size, got this in 36 size for an easy fit and possible layering for cold weather.
April 21, 2014
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A shopper asked:Hi, I'm wanting to get the Rally Air jacket and pants but am unsure about the pants. I have a short inseam and a old man belly! inseam about a 30" and belly is 36 in some pants aand 38 in others. It looks like the ;arge may be snug and the XL may be too much.
CHARLES S:With Revzillas easy returns I would order both and send back the one that doesn't fit. Unfortunately riding gear sizing is so arbitrary as to be nearly useless. Someday the motorcycle industry may figure it out, but in the meanwhile Revzillas return policy is designed to offset this problem. And no I don't work for Revzilla!Jun 24, 2014
A shopper asked:I am looking for feedback on these pants. I have been riding with Motoport Kevlar Air jacket and pants for the last 5 years. The Motoport pants are an over pant style with Kevlar everywhere. They are great commuters, but very bulky. The also will scratch the tank of your bike because of the rough kevlar texture. This is more apparent on the new R1200GSAW.
I do like the airflow from this type of pant/material and see that Klim has copied the airflow kevlar design and has potentially addressed some Motoport issue such as leather on inner leg (less scratching) and stretch kevlar in area the require movement. My one concern is how generous is the fit. I am a 32 inch waist and wear a 32 inch jean. I don't want a non-overpant design that looks like an over pant.