Klim Neck Warmer
Best neck warmer for the price
Ive tried plenty of different neck devices for cold weather riding. This blocks out all the wind and stays put well.
January 18, 2015
Keeps Air off the neck
Well made like everything from Klim. This is not a neck warmer but a wind deflector. This works great for me.
December 29, 2014
"Fills the gap"
I needed something to cover my neck on the longer cooler fall rides and this fits the bill without being overly warm. I haven't found any Klim gear that I don't like yet.
December 29, 2014
It's thin, it's loose, it's bunchy. I have an extended/detachable collar on my Teknic jacket but it does not do very well to protect the back of the neck between the collar and helmet, producing chill. The bunchiness in the front interferes with the magnet closures of the collar and in order to get back protection (it wants to fall below the collar) I have to tuck it up inside the back of the helmet. Sure if I pulled it up to my nose, it might stay up n the back, but I don't want to fog my shield. A design that drapes over the shoulders or chest/back (like a dickie) and tapers high and tight up the neck with the ability to roll it down would work better, as the neck is too loose and bunchy. You would be better served by cutting up an old turtleneck.
September 8, 2014
good for wind, NOT for rain
i like this thing a lot for wind, to close that gap between the latitude jacke collar and my helmet. just do NOT use it in the rain. it will wick water down into your chest. this is exactly what happened to me over a recent three-day rainy tour. made a a miserable couple of days.
but for wind and cold with no rain, it is great.
August 12, 2014
I bought this to keep my neck warm on colder rides and it does that perfectly. Actually makes a huge difference and I'm really glad I got it.
July 7, 2014
Hard to get it to fit just right without bunching. Makes a great hat when helmet comes off. Not very thick and on cold trips, wind goes through easily. Great way to spend revIlla cash.
April 28, 2014
Good product that does simply what's expected. Nothing more, nothing less. I rode with it on at 45-50 degree weather, and my neck felt warm enough.
April 1, 2014