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Klim Induction Jacket

Klim is known for their legendary, tough and rugged, 100% Waterproof Gore-Tex ADV and Enduro Jackets, but breathability has always been a limitation for those who live in hotter climates. The Klim Induction Jacket combines the same quality 840D Cordura construction used in Klim's Gore-Tex jackets with their latest Karbonite Mesh (750% stronger than polyester or nylon mesh), creating a bomb-proof hot-weather riding jacket that you can rely on. Don’t let a little heat get between you and your next adventure.

Construction Features:

  • Mesh construction for maximum ventilation
  • Heavy abrasion and tear-resistant mil-spec derived Klim Karbonite nylon mesh
  • Built with Klim Rhino-Stitch construction technology
  • Abrasion zones at elbows, and shoulders: 840D high-tenacity 6.6 nylon for outstanding abrasion resistance and durability
  • UV-resistant treatment on main mesh material
  • Fleece-lined soft collar
  • Breathable moisture-wicking internal mesh comfort liner
  • Includes a separate waterproof liner
  • 3M Scotchlite reflective material on upper/lower arms and upper back for nighttime visibility
  • Reflective positioning designed for maximum biomotion perception
  • Hypalon zipper garages
  • Hypalon tabs on velcro wrist adjusters
  • YKK zippers throughout


  • Adjustable D3O EVO armor at elbows
  • D3O EVO shoulder pads
  • D3O level 1 back pad


  • Articulated fit
  • Shorter hip length cut
  • Two adjustable arm straps
  • External waist adjustment straps
  • Micro-injected zipper-assist
  • Internal belt loops allow integration with standard pant belt

Storage Features:

  • One external upper chest pocket
  • Two lower hand pockets
  • Two inner chest pockets
  • One hidden passport pocket
  • One forearm emergency ID pocket
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Klim Induction Jacket 4.8 5 77 77
So far so good. Decided to purchase this as I live in the middle east and the weather is 40 degree plus over the summer and not much cooler in the winter, only had a few rides so far, the airflow is good and has kept be from sweating away well so far. Does not rain here so waterproofing was not a real concern. June 29, 2015
Best airflow hands down! Before Klim made a mesh jacket, I tried just about every other brand and they either left ventilation or protection to be desired. As much as I love my Latitude, it just gets so freaking hot over 80*. The Induction flows enough air that over 80* it's truly as breathable as wearing just a t-shirt. I went with the Hi-Viz option, which I had to talk myself into (just for the looks). After wearing it I really do feel more noticeable, and it's really done well with burn-your-eyes yellow/green accents rather than the whole thing. I ride 80% off road with only 20% getting me to the trails and finally I feel just as protected as I do in a "normal" jacket. I'm sure the color will start to fade over time, but I would never expect a piece of gear to last long enough for that to matter. I tried the pressure suit route, but I hated that I couldn't just take it off during a break or for maintenance. The fit is pretty loose, I usually wear an XL shirt, and my other Klim jacket is an XL, so it fits true to size in that regard. There are adjustments to bring it in a little however the looser fit helps flow all that air. I haven't ever used the "rain jacket" it came with. If it's hot enough for me to be wearing mesh, I really don't care if I get a little wet. If it's a full on downpour I have a regular rain jacket that usually travels in my hydration pack anyway so I'd just use that. There aren't a ton of pockets, but it's mesh, I'm sure anymore and they would have started to mess with the venting we are paying for. Overall a top notch piece that I will wear all summer long. Couldn't recommend it enough! June 19, 2015
Almost perfect Summer Jacket I bought the Klim Induction jacket to cope with the 33 degrees centigrade 90%+ humidity I the Hong Kong summer. The good: nice looking jacket, vents well provided you are moving, the material feels really good and likely to protect well if required and the shoulder and elbow armour is almost unnoticeable. The not perfect: the back protector is a little heavy and could use a bit more ventilation or support as it feels out of character to the rest of the jacket and the front of the jacket is strangely too long for me. The back and arms fit well but the front keeps riding up in my neck due what seems to be excess material in the front of the jacket. Given it is a summer jacket it really does not need to come up so high at the front. All in if they make trousers to go with the jacket I'd buy a pair without hesitation. June 18, 2015
Works well and at a resonable price...for a KLIM Bought this jacket before a four day 1700 ride targeting all twisty roads. We were moving very fast and the air flow was good. The days were in the 90's and we saw many hours of 100 degrees. I only wore a "t" shirt under it and only put the liner on once for about a half hour when we got hit by a small lightening and rain pocket in the mountains. This was June in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. The jacket I ordered is the light colored one, no way I wanted to be wearing black at a 100 degrees. Armor rode right where you need it to be and was very comfortable Pockets were okay for my needs as I just carried a cell phone, spare key, and wallet in them. Wish they made a set of pants that matched them with the same ventelation.. June 15, 2015
Definitely worth the premium. I was looking for something to help with the long Virginia summers. I'm definitely ATGATT, do more miles than I care to admit and ride year-round (Except in ice). First off, the Klim Induction in the Hi-Viz scheme looks far better than the pictures or video. The yellow is much more vibrant than most other Hi-Viz gear I've seen which is a definite asset without being over-the-top. The most important aspect of the Klim Induction (Aside from the armor) is the very substantial mesh. My first ride was on a 75 degree morning and at first it felt wrong. Not because of the jacket, but it felt like I was wearing a short sleeved tee. In short the mesh is fantastic and today, even at 90 degrees I didn't sweat even with a dress-shirt underneath. The front is basically entirely mesh long with large panels along the arm which also allow airflow all the way from just above the wrist to the arm-pit. The rear is another large panel of mesh and encloses the D3O back protector. It has D3O armor. I hope it never gets used but it's so much more compliant than anything else I've seen which makes it unnoticeable while riding, a huge compliment. Great fit and finish is what I expected from a high-end mesh jacket, and this is as close to perfect as possible. The shoulders are snug without being tight, the elbow protection stays where it should and uses velcro straps for added peace of mind - I can't see these moving in the unfortunate event of an off and is confidence-inspiring. The wrist straps have taken a little criticism in other reviews, however I have found them to be capable and functional with both gauntlet race gloves and mesh short gloves. No complaints here whatsoever. For storage we have the usual zippered side pockets which are roomy enough for my wallet (Packed with gas receipts) in one side and a few snacks on the other. Both sides have ingenious zipper "igloos" which I assume are to stop clothing getting snagged, or to keep them warm.. A nice touch. The Napoleon pocket on the left breast houses a waterproof bag for things you don't want to subject to the rain (Mogwai, etc).. I keep my SpeedPass/EZPass in there because I don't own any Mogwai. The collar is comfortable and unobtrusive, the zippers are great quality, smooth and feel like they should last forever. On the left sleeve there's a compartment for a medical information card which is redeemable on the Klim website. As for reflectivity, we have a wide strip between the shoulders on the back, one on each outer bicep, one on each breastbone and two on each forearm. The bottom of the jacket is adjustable to accommodate those with (Or without) middle aged spread. Although this is described as an American cut I still think it fits as some of the European brands which I prefer. For reference, I'm a 34 waist with a 45 chest and broad shoulders and went with a large which feels like it was tailor-made and doesn't flap in the wind. I haven't had a chance to use the waterproof liner yet so all I can really say is that it's grey and has a trick zipper which disappears when closed. The liner is very easy to insert and remove which is a bonus for when those darker skies start rolling in quickly so you're not fumbling for what seems like hours trying to keep yourself dry on the side of the road getting laughed at by cagers. I'm very picky about gear to the point of being annoying. The Klim Induction is by far my favorite item of gear. I wouldn't change anything about it and I wouldn't hesitate to buy again. Absolutely recommended. June 8, 2015
Nice Jacket, A Bit Pricey I bought this jacket because I was looking for a mesh jacket with good air flow and above average crash protection. By and large, this jacket fits the bill perfectly--it does get a lot of air flow and comes with a basic inner liner for the 60 degree summer mornings we frequently get in the Midwest and is compact enough to roll up and keep on the bike just in case. I also love the style of it, but do second some of the suggestions to go up a size if you have broad shoulders. I'm 5'9" and a bit barrel chested--nearly everything I own is a Medium, but I bought a Large here and it fits perfectly with use of the numerous Velcro tightening straps. The Hi-Viz color scheme is attention grabbing but not overwhelming. In terms of protection, the mesh purports to be extremely abrasion resistant, but the D3O back armor admittedly feels a bit flimsy (although lightness and flexibility was probably the goal) and I'm torn on whether to install a more rigid protector (which unfortunately would likely cut down on air flow down the spine). Otherwise, the jacket is fairly basic, lacking a dedicated cell phone pocket or roll-up hood like some or my other riding gear, although the included dry bag is a great idea. Not a deal breaker in any sense, but it would help offset the feeling that this jacket was a bit high priced. June 8, 2015
Excellent Jacket This is an excellent summer jacket that provides open airflow and solid protection. That build quality is outstanding. I highly recommend this jacket. June 1, 2015
If you have the means I highly recommend it FIT I'm 5'10", 190lbs, 41 inch chest, 39 inch waist. Wide shoulders and back left over from my weightlifting days... pretty close to Anthony's shoulders in the demonstration video. The large fits me almost perfectly; I sort of wish there was a bit more room in the shoulders, feels a little tight... but it's probably for the best as a close fit provides the best protection. ( Room for thin layers, but I think a hoodie or sweatshirt would be too much.) The length of the coat was a pleasant surprise... its a bit lower than waist length on me and longer than my other coats, which I am really happy about. I found the sleeves to be the perfect length; cuff edges at my mid-palms with my arms at my sides, and right at the wrists in a riding position. In spite of the flex panels built into the coat there is not a lot of flex in the jacket overall IMO. The mesh and Cordura are tough stuff. If your body has proportions other than those the jacket was designed for, you may be out of luck. A little gut is no problem, but if you have a big belly you might find this jacket kind of constricting. IMPRESSIONS I don't buy a lot of gear so I don't have much to compare it to. For summer, until I bought the Induction, I was still using my Joe Rocket Ballistic ( the first version from 2003 ) and Fieldsheer Air Titanium of the same vintage. As you would expect, the Induction is in a completely different league. The design philosophy is different. With the two older jackets they are hoping the mesh will hold up enough to keep the skidplates and foam in place for abrasion resistance, whereas on the Induction I assume the shell itself provides the abrasion resistance and the D30 absorbs impacts. The Induction is much sleeker, thinner, and denser, and fits like an armored skin, where the other two are more like wearing my older brother's football jersey with some pads sewn in. After experiencing the Induction I no longer see the other two as safe enough for highway use. My perspective has changed. The appearance of the Induction is, obviously, much improved over the other two. I really, really like it a lot. My "Power Rangers" days are over. Unlike many other reviewers I find the thin removable liner useful. I have a rain suit already so its not going to substitute for that, but what is does very well is easily transform the jacket into a substantially warmer one, and stows away very compactly until you need it for that purpose. So when I ride to work in the afternoon and its hot, I can keep the liner in my luggage or even the pocket of the jacket itself, and then when I leave for home in the middle of the night, I can put on the liner and put the coat on over it and there is no more wind coming through. The zippers are large and solid and easily worked with. The collar is soft but substantial enough to be useful without being too much. There are two small zippered breast pockets in the interior, as well as the large and useful front pockets and the "Napoleon" pocket as Anthony shows in the video. Plenty of room for stuff, provided the coat is not already a tight fit. All in all a premium coat at a premium price... as I said in the title if you have the means, I highly recommend it. And, thanks to Anthony and all of Revzilla for a prompt and reasonably priced service. The video reviews have been invaluable in helping me select my gear. May 30, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
J O: The design is great plus all the safety features it comes with, including D3O armor which makes it very comfortable Jun 29, 2015
Darin K: I purchased this for my summer riding and it has been a fantastic jacket so far. With the rain liner it's a great jacket for my long summer rides and keeps me warm with the liner and thermals when I am at higher elevations or riding in storms. I'd recommend this jacket! It replaced my Joe Rocket Phoenix. Jun 26, 2015
David W: Looks, features & looks. :-) Jun 12, 2015
Gabriel T: One of the better brand names at a good price. Indications of quality construction. Hi-Viz Yellow. Jun 10, 2015
Larry P: Purchased was based on product description and video provided by Revzilla. I was looking for a mesh jacket that provided above average protection for summer use. The jacket appears to be pretty bomb proof, and while warm sitting at a traffic light, provides good air flow while moving. It is a snug fit, but for my build (on the slim side), it works. Jun 10, 2015
David H: Looked like a great jacket for long rides in hot weather. Jun 7, 2015
Alan h: Outstanding Summer Jacket Jun 2, 2015
Steven N: Need hi vis for military base and this one looks good and hopefully offers top line protection. May 29, 2015
Andy H: Heading south for the summer riding - time to update the mesh jacket to technology from this century. May 27, 2015
stephen c: I live in South GA. HOT my friend and HUMID. Did i mention HUMID! May 26, 2015
Mark M: Love my Klim Lattitude Jacket and Pants but needed something for our hot humid Raleigh NC summers.
Expensive but has the best protection and Klim Quality
May 24, 2015
steven w: Because it awesome for summer riding. May 23, 2015
Nageshwar P: I live in MD and it gets sultry and hot, so this is my 3 seasons jacket with nice air flow and protection. Need to look for winter jacket though. May 18, 2015
Richard M: Recommended by a friend and in Florida you need a protective mesh jacket that also has great air flow - this one has been superb for the last 5 months I have used it every day Apr 11, 2015
julian z: I live in Texas and wanted protection and mesh. The jacket is cool in the spring riding, and I will be able to use it through summer. the liner for light rains works. The reflective strips are excellent. Simply put, it does what it says and excellent quality Apr 7, 2015
Rick F: I have worn a Dainese leather jacket for years. It's been great but heat was always an issue. I wanted a mesh jacket that wouldn't compromise on safety. The Klim Induction jacket fits the bill. Apr 5, 2015
Capt KS G: Saw the review on your website and did some research and that's way I chose The Kilm induction jacket Mar 24, 2015
Vinton K: Ventilation
Mar 9, 2015
Eric B: Great product and I have other jackets made by them. Finally realize I need to be seen by the texting and driving people out there.Also,the colors will go great with my new Ducati Scrambler. It gets hot in Georgia! Feb 16, 2015
Timothy A: Good ventilation, low collar, D3O armor, with a not-over-the-top high viz option. Jan 12, 2015
Norm D: High Viz to be seen on the road Dec 19, 2014
Kevin T: Durable protection in a high vis mesh jacket Dec 10, 2014
Cyndy K: I like KLIM gear and needed a summer riding jacket Dec 7, 2014
A s: Hot weather riding. I find Klim fits me very well. Oct 26, 2014
Richard O: Need a jacket for hot weather that does not compromise safety. Oct 20, 2014
Nesbitt C: Can't beat Klim. Wanted stronger mesh jacket than Joe Rocket. Sep 29, 2014
James A N: Replacement for worn and overly ripe Vanson Ventmax 3. Tried the new Ventmax 4. That jacket should come with a safe word.
Reasons for Klim: Protection and hoping stiffer mesh weave flows more air than the alternatives. Quality of materials and construction. Two compromises: I'm not keen on logos and would prefer a different belt/belt loop fastening system. .
Sep 27, 2014
James W: Very well built, fit like it was custom tailored to me. Sep 14, 2014
Perry J: This jacket is fantastic. It really breathes well while providing superior protection. Jul 24, 2014
JOHN G: Video and reviews Jul 24, 2014
E D: I've got a Gore-Tex riding jacket, but it's not comfortable when temperatures reach around 90F degrees. This is still my preferred jacket for spring and fall riding. However the Klim Induction jacket works great for the summer. Just be sure to zip up the side pockets or be prepared to lose the contents. Jul 22, 2014
Ron M: need good airflow and a collar that closes in front of the neck Jul 21, 2014
Richard O: I have been riding more in the heat and I need a coat that is a little cooler than the Badlands coat I've used off road, Jul 18, 2014
Robert B: I'm hoping my research pays dividends! Jul 13, 2014
Manuel J A: Summer in Arizona is brutal...even on short commuting rides...it is a very comfortable jacket for my purpose during the summer adventure rides. OOOrah! Jul 8, 2014
Ebrahim A: Need high end protection in the summer, Finally! Jul 6, 2014
vernon v: klim is top of the line for Sled gear, I've had just about ever winter jacket and loved them all. I'm expecting the quality and craftsmanship to be the same. Jun 16, 2014
David B: Saw it on the new products page of Revzilla when I signed on. The video reviews are great. Easy to buy with confidence. Jun 9, 2014
Adam S: Because even though the Klim Overland jacket wasn't right for me, I was impressed with the quality of that jacket and the size large fit me better than anything else i've tried. Also, I wasn't aware of the Induction jacket when I ordered the Overland and because the added ventilation of a mesh jacket and slightly shorter length are probably more appropriate for me than the Overland. Jun 8, 2014
Gentil N: Venting and durability. Jun 6, 2014
B B: High quality, hot weather, high vis. Includes liner for cool wet weather. Sounds good for N. Cal. Riding. Won't know for sure till I get it. Jun 5, 2014
David E: Has D3O armor and looks good. Jun 2, 2014
Shanon M: I find Klim products to have unquestionable quality and craftsmanship. Apr 25, 2014
Robert P: I currently own the BMW Air Flow jacket 3. In comparison, the Klim Induction jacket offers a waterproof liner feature that the BMW Air Flow does not have. I cant wait to receive the Klim Induction jacket for further comparisons. Feb 28, 2014
A shopper asked: I'm 5'11" 195 lbs. I plan on using this jacket in the sunshine of Las Vegas summers. And I'm a fair weather rider so I will never ride in the rain and therefore never use the inside liner. Do you think I should go with medium or large? I would be using this in the extreme heat of Las Vegas summer primarily. Feb 13, 2014
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Michel W: In the dry weather of vegas a mesh jacket will dry you out very quickly. You have no humidity where you live, get a well vented non mesh jacket and a water cooling vest. You need to protect your body from the wind while riding in high heat dry climate weather or you run the risk of dehydration. Mar 2, 2014
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john d: and with the liner? Mar 16, 2014
Michel W: Any water proof wind proof liner, even goretex, will bake you in hot weather. Need a breathable shell with vents to control cooling. Try looking at an all cordura outfit from bmw, teiz, or stretch kevlar from motoport. Use those with a cooling vest in dry heat. In high humidity the mesh Klim would work well. But again for the cost I probably would go motoport mesh kevlar. Mar 16, 2014
Adam K: I just returned from a long weekend in Las Vegas... I rented a Harley for a couple of days. I brought my Klim with me and it was awesome! I rode in temps ranging from 60 (in the Spring mtns and Mt Charleston) to 105 in the valley... and it worked flawlessly. When it got cooler I tossed the rain liner in... hotter I took the liner out and soaked my tshirt. 105 degrees sucks but it was bearable. Jun 23, 2014
Kenneth S: Keep in mind that skin temperature is about 95F. Air hotter than that warms us, it doesn't cool us. The limited ventilation jacket over an evaporative cooling vest cools us the best in dry, very hot weather, thus Michel's recommendation Jun 24, 2015
TAN L: I also have the Latitude Misano and the Induction jacket. The Latitude jacket is a little roomier than the Induction jacket. The Induction jacket is designed to fit closer to the body because it's a summer jacket, no layering in hot weather.

Sleeves are a bit long but engineered that way so that the sleeve doesn't pull out of the gloves.

I'm 5'9" 165 lbs with 40" chest and I wear size LARGE in both jacket.
Jun 7, 2014
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A S: Go Medium man. I'm 6" 180lbs. I'm going medium cos it looks quite roomy in the torso area and the sleeves look long in the video. I prefer my jackets abit closer to my body so it doesnt twist and bunch up if you ever come off the bike. I'm rather slim though So I'm going down a size. I don't ride in the rain either. Mar 14, 2014
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Kevin R: I have a Latitude Misano jacket. Will the cut and sizing of the Induction be similar? Mar 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: 5 foot 11 and 205 pounds 45 in chest 41 waist. (36w 31 L pants, 44 regular jacket, 17 in neck 34/35 shirt)
Should I get a large or an extra large?

May 31, 2014
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Gilbert T: I am 5'11" tall weighing 210lbs, have a muscular athletic build, 45" chest, 34" waist, large arms, and broad shoulders...I got a size large, it is quite snug. I have almost no room left in the bicep area of the jacket and a small amount of room left over in the waist. This is without the internal liner. With the liner on the jacket is considerably tighter, but still able to wear it. I don't really have any room for layering, but its a hot weather jacket and I am not really planning on layering anything underneath. The jacket is fitted and there is no flapping or loose material while riding, which is the way I like it. I believe the extra large would be too big for me. Hopefully this info could help others with sizing concern. Jul 15, 2014
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Robert S: I'm 6' even, 205-210 lbs, 44" chest, 36" waist, 34" inseam, 35" sleeves. I bought a size L Induction and it's snug but will work for me (just got it today). No way I will be able to do heavy layers underneath it, and I wish the sleeves were 1/2" longer, but overall I like the fit and the jacket feels great.

From your 41" waist it sounds like you may have a bit of a gut. That and your 45" chest I think rule out a L. I'd try an XL first.
Jun 1, 2014
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Shanon M: I'd go with the XL

I wear a Med in the Latitude and with the Induction the Medium didn't fit.... Went to the Large and it fit like a glove - with no room to spare....

I'm 5'8" 180LBS

I'd suggest going with the XL
Jun 1, 2014
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James G: I'm not sure if you need an XL. I'm 6'3" and weigh 285 so I ordered a 3XL. And I have plenty of room. I may have been able to drop down to a 2xl. Hope this helps. I absolutely love the jacket. Jun 6, 2014
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james c: I would. I got a xxl for a 51 inch chest. It fits fine. Snug fit on this jacket compared to other Klim jackets i have. Which is good sometimes. Jacket really lets air through. Jun 1, 2014
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John D: I'm about the same measurements and went with the xtra large. It's a little big but happy with the choice. I think large would have been a bit too snug. Jun 1, 2014
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Tony S: I'm 190 lbs, 44R jacket, 16.5 inch neck, and 34 shirt length. The Large fits me perfect. Jun 12, 2014
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Samuel T: So, I'm 5'10" and 175 and got the large, fit is good. For you, I would go the XL. Jun 1, 2014
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Alvaro C: im a 36 waist I bought size L perfect fit. May 31, 2014
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Rob W: I would get the extra large. Jun 1, 2014
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TAN L: I'm 5 foot 9 and 165 pounds with a 40 in. Chest and 34 waist. My Induction jacket is a size large. The jacket fits perfect (close to the body) along the arms and shoulders but a little loose around the waist since I have more of an athletic build.

This summer jacket is designed to fit a little snug yet have plenty of room around the belly if you have a slight gut. There is an adjustment around the bottom of the jacket if you like a tighter fit below the waist. In addition, the jacket has three inside pockets.

Since your frame is slightly larger than mine, I recommend getting an XL.

Hope this help on your decision.
Jun 1, 2014
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john d asked: what is the temperature range of this jacket approx? Mar 16, 2014
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Robert P: Hello John, I have "not" received my pre-ordered Klim Induction Jacket yet because it premires in June 2014, this summer. However, I believe the jacket is advertised as a three (3) season jacket-spring, summer and fall. I hope this helps answer your question.

Mar 16, 2014
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Robert P: Hello John, I have "not" received my pre-ordered Klim Induction Jacket yet because it premires in June 2014, this summer. However, I believe the jacket is advertised as a three (3) season jacket-spring, summer and fall. I hope this helps answer your question.

Mar 16, 2014
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todd p asked: is the armor removable? Jul 18, 2014
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T Douglas S: The armor is removable. The jacket is outstanding. I also have the Badllands Pro and this jacket complements it well. Jul 18, 2014
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PETER C: The armor can be removed by taking it out of the "pockets". Jul 18, 2014
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William J: Yes it is. From elbow, shoulder and back. Jul 18, 2014
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Alvaro C: Yes it is fully removable Jul 18, 2014
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Darin K: Yep! I just washed mine today after finishing my 4600 mile ride. It was covered in bug guts. They didn't all get washed out in the rain. The instructions for washing do not specifically say to remove them, but I did. Little velcro closed flaps keep them in place. I am really loving this jacket. It, and it's rain liner did an exceptional job in the rain. Jul 18, 2014
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ken w: Yes armor is removable . Armor is D30 best on the market. I love my induction jacket. I looked at all the mesh jackets I could find and this is the top of the line. Jul 18, 2014
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todd p: Thanks for your response! I have purchased the jacket, and await its arrival! Jul 19, 2014
ken w: Yes armor is removable . Armor is D30 best on the market. I love my induction jacket. I looked at all the mesh jackets I could find and this is the top of the line. Jul 18, 2014
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Dan P: Yeah all the pockets have Velcro closures on the inside. The armor you get is really good though, really flexible and comfortable. Jul 19, 2014
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James G: Yes. They are removable. Jul 20, 2014
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Rob W: Yes Jul 23, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is there a pocket for back armor? Jan 11, 2015
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Chipp R: Yes there is. My jacket came with D30 back armour included. It is the same size shape and type as the back armour that came with my Badlands Pro, it has wavy perforations on the side that faces your back and small air vents allowing great air flow underneath. Pretty sure that the back armour is included standard. The pocket also fits a Forcefield back armour that I have that came with another jacket. Jan 26, 2015
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Paul K: The jacket does have a pocket for back armor and the elbow, shoulder and back D3O armor was included with the jacket. Jan 11, 2015
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RAYMUND W: Yes. It comes with d30 armor. I upgraded it to Klim'svViper D3O pad and it fits perfectly Jan 11, 2015
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James G: Yes it does. And I love the jacket. Please let me know if you have anymore questions. Jan 11, 2015
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mark c: Yes there is and it comes with D3O back, elbow and shoulder from the factory. Jan 11, 2015
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Kenneth N: Unless Klim has changed it, it comes with D30 back armor. Mine did. Jan 11, 2015
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Alex C: Yes there is. Back armor plate is also included. Jan 11, 2015
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Anders B: Yes there is a pocket and the armor is included Jan 11, 2015
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Caleb H asked: Can an undergarment like a North Face or thin sweater fit comfertably in this jacket for night rides or just days that are around 40-50? Mar 29, 2015
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Kyle H: I guess it depends on what size you get relative to your normal jacket size. I am a tall slender guy (6'1" and 165lbs) and I bought a medium. It fits perfect with very little room for an substantial undergarment. I find on slightly cooler days I can zip in the rain liner and that cuts down the airflow through the mesh pockets.

The best option for warming up this jacket is probably purchasing a heated liner and even that would probably be a snug fit.
Mar 29, 2015
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Andrew C: The Induction jacket has a considerably trimmer fit than the multi season jackets from Klim. A snug fitting windproof fleece will fit underneath though. The jacket does come with a packable windproof/waterproof liner that does a great job down to about 50 deg. I also have a Latitude jacket in the same size that has plenty of room for layering underneath. But, it's a little toasty in the middle of August. Mar 30, 2015
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Matthew R: Depending on your size and jacket size it's possible, the jacket has a removeable liner that should keep most of the chill out in the conditions you described. A decent long sleeve shirt or thin sweater and undershirt would not be uncomfortable with the size, but may get warm in city riding or direct sun. Mar 29, 2015
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Bryan C: Klim induction is OK for night rides(60's-70's) with a sweater but 40-50 degrees, no. The jacket's made for high heat (90+ degree) and does provide excellent air flow for really hot days. Look at other Klim jackets for 40-50 degree riding. - they're fantastic jackets. Mar 30, 2015
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James L: Well sure if you buy the correct size jacket. If you buy a size too small, then no. BTW, it is a really quality jacket. Mar 29, 2015
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Lee S: Yes it will. ln fact the jacket is a gore-tex shell and has no insulation or liner. lt is made to be worn with layers. Mar 29, 2015
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Anthony T: Jacket comes with a thin liner for this purpose. A nirthdace would be too big I think either way Mar 30, 2015
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tom c asked: I bought an olympia dakar dual sport jacket and I'm not sure if i like the bulkiness of a 3 layer jacket. Thinking about returning it for this jacket. Will this work as a 2-3 season adv jacket if paired with my own layering system? Thx Mar 9, 2015
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Robert S: Hey Tom -

I would say absolutely not. I love the Induction. I live in San Diego so it's warm often and airflow is vital when commuting around town, sitting at stop lights, moving in slow traffic, etc. But it's mesh and totally the wrong jacket for any kind of adventure riding where you need to stay comfortable and protected through all kinds of conditions. The Induction comes with a wind-blocking liner, but if you get caught in the rain you'll get soaked. My adventure suit is the Klim Badlands Pro (being replaced with a new and improved Badlands model in a few months). Expensive but worth the investment.

Hope that helps.
Mar 9, 2015
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Paul O: Depending on where you live your 3 seasons may differ from mine. I generally wear my Klim Latitude Jacket and Pants year round except when the temperature is above 75 and then I wear the Induction outfit. The Induction jacket with liner keeps me relatively comfortable down to about 45 degrees for short periods of time. If you added additional wind resistant layering you could probably ride for longer periods of time at lower temperatures, but I don’t know how low you could go. Although the Induction Jacket is rated as 3 seasons, it is primarily designed for maximum air flow to keep you cool. Mar 11, 2015
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William Z: No, I don't believe so, unless you live in Florida. It's a very good quality, comfortable jackt, but it' so well vented, I would think mid- May - early September, with layers. A good alternative for multi-season is the Rev'It Sand suit. Ihave that one as well, and get a lot of use out of it, given the multiple removable layers and venting when you want it. Hope this helps. Mar 9, 2015
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Robert P: Tom C, I had my jacket for about a year now. I believe, it can be used for three seasons-summer, spring, and fall. This jacket is awesome, very comfortable and not buiky as was my BMW Air flow 3 jacket was. Mar 10, 2015
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Mike M: Yes. It has a thin rain liner .. As long as you have your own liners U should be good. It is a great jacket ! I would recommend upgrading the back protector Mar 9, 2015
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Daniel H: No, this is a summer weight mesh jacket. No good for spring or fall. Very breezy. Mar 9, 2015
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christopher S: No
Great summer
Mar 10, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hello. I would like this jacket but I'm fat. No easier way to get that point across. My sleeve is 32". My waste is 52". My chest is 51.5". To make this jacket fit my waste I need a XXL but it will be long in the sleeves and the chest. Any suggestions besides loosing some weight?

Dec 17, 2014
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TAN L: My suggestion is to purchase the jacket and try it on. If you don't like the fit, simply return it or exchange it.
I'm 5 foot 9 in. with a 32 in. waist and my jacket fits good around the shoulders but a little generous around the stomach and the arm is slightly long.
If I ride a street bike only, I would have gotten a Medium. I got the large because I ride a dual sport. I need the flexibility of the jacket for dirt riding as well as street.
Dec 30, 2014
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Jason S: I have a large and I'm 6'2" at 215lb. And it fits great. The aleeves are just right and I have long arms as well. I use that jacket summer fall and spring. With a fleas I can ride in some 50 degree days. Great buy for the money. Dec 30, 2014
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John D: I would give the jacket a try. I agree the sleeves will be Long but they have Velcro closures so it may workout fine. If not, revzilla seems to have a fair return policy. Best of luck, in my experience its a great jacket. Dec 30, 2014
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Doug B: Klim jackets are NOT American cut. I'm 6'2 with a 42" waist and the XXL did not fit well. The body was okay, but the arms on their XXL jackets are made for Gorilla's. I ended up returning mine for this reason. Dec 30, 2014
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james c: I think you will be ok. I have same and am not a bean pole. It fits. Its not real loose but you dont want that on the street. Dec 31, 2014
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Jason S: Sorry fleece not fleas Dec 30, 2014
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A S asked: Gah. Sorry if this is a repost. I'm on the edge of some of the specs for XL. 6' long torso 240lbs 44" chest 43" waist.
XL too small? XXL too big?
Apr 14, 2015
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RAYMUND W: I'm 6'2" 270 with 53" chest and 43" waist. A XL is snug (but perfect for a T shirt underneath) but fits well.
A XL may be loose on you, but the jacket doesn't flap.
Apr 14, 2015
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Timothy A: I'm 5'10" and 175 lbs. with a medium build (not too muscular; fairly trim), and I am sort of in between a M and L in most things like t-shirts, or polo shirts, but usually go with L, and am fine.
With the Induction jacket, I ordered the M, and it fits me fine, but with not a lot of room to spare. The sleeves are plenty long enough, but if I had a bigger gut it would be tight in the waist, and even the sleeves (elbow area).
I think the L would have been okay also, but the sleeves might have been a bit long, but on cool days I would have been better off when I add a sweatshirt underneith the jacket. As it is with my Medium, I usually just wear the liner for wind block with a long-sleeve t-shirt, and a sweatshirt underneith is doable, but snug. I love the ventilation of the jacket though, so great for warm to hot weather.
So, if it's mainly for warm weather, go XL, but if you're planning to routinely stretch it to 3 seasons, go XXL.
Apr 16, 2015
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Dale F: For reference I wear a size 42 regular jacket and I bought a large and it fits perfect over a t-shirt, long sleeved shirt or a form fitted light jacket.

Good luck!
Apr 14, 2015
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Mike M: i have a 36 waist 6'3 tall 215 lbs - broad shoulders and a xl fit perfect - sounds like a xxl would fit you better Apr 14, 2015
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curt p: based on my experience with this jacket I would go with the xxl or possibley even xxxl Apr 15, 2015
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A S: I got to try out a Klim Overland at another store, so for me I think XL would have worked. I'm going to pass on Klim though because of how I fall inbetween their sizing. Love their quality level though. Apr 15, 2015
PETER B asked: looks like I would be somewhat in-between sizes (XL & 2XL). I am 5'-10" / 215 / 49" chest. Will probably never use the liner as this will be a Baja riding jacket. Any advice?
G650gs Sertao
Mar 10, 2015
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Stuart E: Peter,

I bought and returned this jacket. I wear a large in all other jackets other than Revit which run very small. I returned the Induction because it was very tight across the chest but the sleeves were very long. If I were to size up to an XL, the sleeves would have been way too long.

I'm 5'11" and weigh 195.

Hope that helps you.
Mar 10, 2015
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Thomas K: It runs large, take the smaller size. Mar 11, 2015
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Kevin M: You may be right about between sizes. I bought an xl; 6'3", 190lbs. However, there is quite a bit of adjustability in the jacket. Only one way to be sure. Given Revzilla's return policies, I would order one and see how it fits. The 2xl may be too long in the sleeves?? Mar 10, 2015
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Matt V: I only use the liner on cold mornings here in the Tx Hill Country. I like jacket
ventilation on warm days.
Mar 12, 2015
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Kristin K: Go XL I'm 6ft 220 and XL has lots of room on arms and body. Tried on a L but it was too small. Mar 10, 2015
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PETER B: thanks. how big is your chest (sorry:-) and aren't the women's sizes different? Mar 10, 2015
A shopper asked: Is there a pocket for a hdration bladder? Mar 5, 2015
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Timothy A: No, there is no pocket for a hydration unit. There is a mesh-type pocket for the included D3O back protector (flexible type protector), but it's not really suitable for a hydration unit because the pocket's opening is on the inside of the jacket, with no way to route the hose, etc. Mar 6, 2015
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Kevin B: Not on my jacket. I guess you could remove the back armor and use that pocket. A friend does that effectively. Mar 5, 2015
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chris h: There is a pocket for a back protector but not one explicitly for a hydration bladder. Mar 5, 2015
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Alvaro C: No there isnt. Camelback? Mar 5, 2015
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Samuel T: Nope Mar 5, 2015
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A shopper asked: I'm deciding between this jacket and the Dainese Airframe. What would be your choice and why? Jun 5, 2015
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Paul K: I do not have any experience with the Dainese Airframe jacket so I can not speak to it directly, but I have been riding extensively with the Klim Induction jacket. The Klim has performed very well with great airflow and the D3O armor is very light for the level of protection that is provided. I have ridden all day in the rain with the rain liner inserted and remained dry and comfortable. I have been very pleased with the performance of the Klim jacket in temperatures from 50 to 110 degrees. I hope someone else can respond in reference to the Dainese jacket. Jun 5, 2015
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Anders B: I have only owned the Klim jacket so I can't really speak to the Dainese jacket. I have been very happy with the Klim jacket. I am your typical fat American so the European cut jackets do not fit me. I have a Klim Traverse jacket in XL that fits me very well. I initially bought the Induction jacket in XL but it was a little tight. I returned it for an XXL and it fits very well. It is very well made and the ventilation is very good also. I am very happy with my purchase. Jun 6, 2015
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James G: Ii'm not familiar with the Airframe. Very happy with my jacket. The sleeve/glove interface is not as seemless as I would like. Otherwise I'd recommend my jacket. Jun 6, 2015
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Rob W: I would go Klim great quality vents well fits great, I own 4 Klim jackets, that should say it all. Jun 5, 2015
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A shopper asked: Klim Latitude... size question. I'm basically about 6' 43" waist 44" chest and I have a long torso. I usually wear a 2XL in street, 2XT preferred T-Shirt size. Just outside of the Klim XL sizing. XL too small for me in the Latitude? Apr 14, 2015
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Bryan C: Latitude is pretty roomy - it will be close but I think you'll make it. Forget layering however - get a heated vest or jacket for under the jacket - it's the best system with Klim anyway. I'm 5'8 waist 42 and chest 46 and have five Klim jackets and seven pairs of pants. Apr 30, 2015
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William Z: Yeah probably so. I'm 5'10" 46 reg sportcoat 36" waist & XL is just right. Great jacket tho. Apr 14, 2015
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William Z: Yeah probably so. I'm 5'10" 46 reg sportcoat 36" waist & XL is just right. Great jacket tho. Apr 14, 2015
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William Z: Yeah probably so. I'm 5'10" 46 reg sportcoat 36" waist & XL is just right. Apr 14, 2015
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franklin k asked: Is the shoulder and elbow armor the T5 3D0 like the videos says? The actual description, both here and on Klim's site, do not mention the T5. Apr 30, 2015
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Bryan C: I have the jacket and armor - both the best I've ever owned.

Just took all my leather (perf'd) Dainese, Rev'it and Alpinestar and am giving it away. I now own five Klim jackets and seven pairs of pants. The T5 D3O I've been down with twice - first off at about 25mph, and the second, approx. 45mph.. Not a scratch - 2nd off sprained my middle finger on right hand and I use that finger a lot! LOL.

Best of luck.
Apr 30, 2015
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UFUK G: yes definitely what they says..also I have rally adventure jacket, this one and adv. completely same D3O..cool May 4, 2015
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Robert C asked: Can this jacket be attached to motorcycle pants? Is there a zipper to attach to a pair of motorcycle pants? Is it the internal belt loops on the inside? If so, then does the belt loop through the pants and jacket? Feb 4, 2015
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Paul O: I never thought about attaching my jacket to my pants but this question caused me to look at my jacket. It does not have a zipper for attachment but it does have 4 belt loops evenly spaced on the inside bottom edge of the jacket. So, depending on the pants, one could possible attach the jacket to motorcycle pants using the belt loops. Feb 4, 2015
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joel w: I don't see any zipper or attachment point. Feb 4, 2015
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A shopper asked: Do you know if Klim would consider producing a size large with sleeves that are 1.5" to 2" shorter in length? As is, I love this jacket but, like Anthony and most people under 6' tall, the sleeves on the large are too long for me, and the medium is too tight in the chest. Klim would open up a huge market segment with a second size large for us "non-tall" folks. Apr 30, 2014
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TAN L: I'm 5 foot 9 and 165 pounds 40 in. chest and 34 waist. My large Induction jacket fits fine. The sleeves are designed lightly longer so when you're in the riding position, it doesn't pull out of the gloves. Jun 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: The grey and the "hi- viz" looks good standing there in the video...but in real world riding there are bugs and dirt....what is method of cleaning? Apr 28, 2014
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TAN L: Turn inside out and wash in cold water (remove armor). Do not use fabric softener and hang to dry. Jun 1, 2014
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TAN L: I did buy this jacket but haven't received it yet. It's scheduled to ship out in June.

If it's like the Klim Latitude jacket, it can be wash in warm water and tumble dry in low heat, just remove the armor before washing.

I'll update the answer when I get the Induction jacket.
Apr 28, 2014
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Tina-Kevin M asked: How heavy is this jacket? Light enough to wear all day? Apr 16, 2014
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Adam K: It's not a heavy jacket but that's relative. Giving the heaviest touring jacket a 10 I'd give this one a 3-4. Hope this helps. May 28, 2014
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TAN L: The Induction jacket weighs 4 pounds. Yes, I can wear this all day.
The Latitude jacket weighs between 5 1/2 - 6 pounds.
Jun 1, 2014
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We highly recommend finding a cloth tape measure and taking the time to take these measurements.  Klim sizes will not necessarily correlate with fitment in other brands.

Klim Men's Jacket Sizing:

Alpha Size Chest (in) Sleeve (in)
SM 34 - 36 27 - 28
MD 38 - 40 29 - 30
LG 42 - 44 31 - 32
XL 46 - 48 33 - 34
2XL 50 - 52 35 - 36
3XL 54 - 56 35 - 36
4XL 58 - 60 33 - 34
5XL 62 - 64 33 - 34

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

Click here to see the full Klim Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / SM 943975 5060-000-120-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / MD 943978 5060-000-130-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / LG 943981 5060-000-140-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / XL 943984 5060-000-150-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 2XL 943987 5060-000-160-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 3XL 943990 5060-000-170-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey / SM 943977 5060-000-120-600 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey / MD 943980 5060-000-130-600 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey / LG 943983 5060-000-140-600 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey / XL 943986 5060-000-150-600 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey / 2XL 943989 5060-000-160-600 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey / 3XL 943992 5060-000-170-600 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Hi-Viz / SM 943976 5060-000-120-500 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Hi-Viz / MD 943979 5060-000-130-500 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Hi-Viz / LG 943982 5060-000-140-500 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Hi-Viz / XL 943985 5060-000-150-500 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Hi-Viz / 2XL 943988 5060-000-160-500 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Hi-Viz / 3XL 943991 5060-000-170-500 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours