Klim Shoulder Pads
Great replacement armor
Great low profile replacement armor, hardly noticeable when in place.
May 3, 2016
Replacement pads for another brand jacket
Bought the Klim pads as a replacement for another brand jacket I purchased recently from Zilla - they were a perfect fit, lighter weight and more comfortable for me.
April 24, 2014
Fits great in my Traverse jacket. Very solid and comfortable. Highly recommend
October 28, 2013
Good bang for your buck.
Bought these for my Klim Traverse Jacket. They fit great and stay in place. I took a few spills out in the desert and they do their job! I didn't want to spend the money on the D30 armor and since these were 1/3 the price and I was purchasing a lot of gear at once, the value for protection level I feel is justified.
October 14, 2013
Light weight & Flexible
Light weight and flexible armor. Fit in a Roland Sands tracker jacket. exactly what I was looking for.
April 15, 2013
Great quality for the price- they fit into the jacket and hug your shoulders
The Klim CE armor is nicer than any other CE armor that came in any of my other 4 armored jackets.
It fits the Klim pockets perfectly and hugs your body without sliding all over the place.
January 28, 2013
Jacket should have come with armor!
Jacket should have come with full armor. Most jackets today include armor!
December 31, 2012
Should work well!
I bought the Klim Traverse jacket and pants combo. I tried Thor Impact Rig SE and I didn't like it underneath the jacket and thought it might be way too heavy and not the most durable option. The next option was to get internal armor and I thought long and hard about whether or not to get the Klim base armor or the T5 D3O armor for more money.
I ended up getting the base armor for 2 reasons - lighter weight and greater coverage. I plan on riding off road with this gear so these were the most important criteria for me. The D30 pads are significantly heavier I hear, and they are smaller in size. The gains from what I understand are that they are more comfortable and thinner. My take - if you plan on running off road and want more protection, the thicker, larger (and lighter) base armor is better. If you are on the roads, and prefer comfort and low bulkiness, then the D30 is the option to choose. That being said, the base armor feels really good and it's really not even that bulky at all. Plus, it's less than half the cost of the D30!
October 12, 2012