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The KLIM Adventure Rally Jacket and Pant is the undeniable leader in all-weather adventure motorcycle riding gear. The most advanced GORE-TEX Pro Shell material technologies combine with KLIM’s extreme-condition gear construction techniques to deliver the most versatile, most complete set of riding gear in the world. Durability is simply unmatched in the KLIM Adventure Rally Jacket and Pant. Talisman and Armacor highly abrasion and tear-resistant main body materials, exposed Cordura® overlays, integrated d3o armor and liberal high-grade leather applications ensure it remains the ultimate battle suit for the adventure market.
Added brushed fleece tricot fabric over inner lining of top front flap on the left and right sides of the collar to increase comfort
Reduced collar height 2cm to minimize contact with rider and to increase mobility and comfort
Added brushed fleece tricot fabric over the top of the existing Cordura panel on top edge of collar. It is the same brushed fleece tricot as currently used on the inside of the collar. This adds comfort while maintaining durability
Added adjustability to the elbow pad pocket up/down, left/right. This will allow user to move elbow pad to get perfect positioning. The elbow pad pocket is now bigger so a larger pad could be used if so desired
New second-generation Gore-Tex lockout closures
Move key hook in left lower pocket to upper left chest pocket. Replace webbing with shock cord
Refine shoulder fit by reducing volume of shoulder area
First fully waterproof neck brace compatible collar
Guaranteed to keep you dry
Extreme-durable Gore-Tex fabrics
High capacity ventilation system
2 stage adjustable kidney belt pockets
Front upper pockets 2 x 900 cubic cm.
Front lower pockets 2 x 1600 cubic cm.
Rear hydration pocket 2400 cubic cm. Fits up to a 3 liter bladder
Rear side lower pockets 2 x 1560 cubic cm
Rear middle lower pocket 1030 cubic cm
Gore-Tex Talisman 3L pro shell
Gore-Tex Armacor 3L pro shell
Gore-Tex spl600 3L pro shell
Polyester mesh lining neck brace system
Waterproof neck brace collar ventilation
Strategically placed vents for customized air flow
Industrial grade reflective 3M Scotchlite piping
Adjustable shock cord hem
Moisture-wicking mesh liner
High capacity storage, weight transferred to harness system
First of its kind fully-integrated harness system
Removable 2 part system
Padded shoulder straps/sternum strap with pivot buckle
Fast forward patterning and articulation d30 armor
Soft and flexible for maximum long-term comfort and mobility
Molecules lock together to absorb and spread impact energy
T5 elbow - en1621-1 CE certified
T5 shoulder - en1621-1 CE certified
T5 back - en1621-2 CE certified
Integrated water bladder system (3 liter high quality bladder included)
Quick release hose adapter
Wide opening easy clean/fill (can pull inside out for cleaning and drying)
If you're a serious rider it is worth the extra coin
I've had my Adventure Rally jacket now for three years and it is holding up very well. This is a heavy jacket, but once it's on they support system distributes the weight very well.
I've been on multiple long trips all across the western United States and into Canada and the jacket does well in all temperatures. When it's cold the jacket seals the wind out extremely well; when it warms a little you can open the vents and adjust the flow. In day-long rain and hail I stay warm and dry. When it is very hot (98 F# it vents surprisingly well as long as you're moving. You can also remove the collar in very hot days and it vents well while providing protection.
The ability to store lots of items is apparent, but truthfully the rear cargo pockets are not very accessible when worn. The hydration pocket is large #3 liters# and is very easy to access and top off the bladder.
I use mine with the neck brace #long trips# and without around town. Both collars change out easily.
Cleaning the jacket is more involved in that it requires special soaps for the Goretex and the use of a large front loading washing machine #it floats in a top loading machine).
November 17, 2013
Outstanding Adventure Jacket
I purchased these and head to India for 3 weeks riding the day after they arrived. I basically wore them everyday for this whole time in temperatures ranging from -1 to 40C+. I also experienced very heavy monsonal rains.
The jacket preformed outstandingly across all these conditions, were extremely comfortable on and off road and off the bike.
I had one big off, sliding across the black top and not even a scuff on the jacket (or me).
Highly recommend for touring.
October 21, 2013
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Shayne A:It is sort of an all weather jacket It has great venting so is fine to use in hot weather but, if you are standing in the sun at 40C+ (104F+) it will get warm, while you ride and there is air flow it is surprisingly comfortable. Similarly, it can handle cool weather well. I typically on wear an exoffico t-shirt under it and it's fine to about 5C (40F) lower then this and I put on a thermal top. I should point out though, I was wearing very light weight gloves, which was resulting in rapid body heat loss at these temps, so I may have been able to wear the jacket and t-shirt at lower temps? It does not have liners, which I think is good as a thermal top is typically lighter, more compact and warmer then most liners anyway. Hope this helps?Oct 29, 2013
Darrell G:not really no. It will be loose and will flap around in the wind and generally be really uncomfortable. I suggest that you use one of the rear pockets to store the storm collar when using the leatt collar and visa versa, or if the weather is decent use no collar at all.....loads of air flow that way.Dec 7, 2013