The Reality Behind TRUST // Klim
We wear KLIM. WHY? Watch this video and everything they claim so far we have found to be true. One thing the video forgot to say is how great their customer service is, how great the warranty is on their gear and how great their gear lasts. Waterproofness and durability are two things we were looking for when shopping around. We spent a lot of money on less expensive gear trying to find our way.
I wish someone would have pointed us into the KLIM direction from the beginning…we would have found a way to save our money. The Traverse suit, the one we wear right now is not completely off the charts $$ wise but their Latitude, Badlands and Rally suits get up there in price. Worth it? depends if you need your gear to be convenient when it comes to waterproofing and breath-ability. If you like your own layering choice as we do KLIM is for you.
We are not paid by KLIM to say such good things nor do they give us gear for free….we just love their stuff and want to share with those who might be in the market. Save your money we say…try KLIM and you might be pleasantly surprised. We hope to one day either get the new Latitude or Badlands suits. Have to save our pennies or loonies for that matter. 😉 One thing needs to be highlighted too about KLIM. The gear is made for thin base layering. No bulk.
We use our Gerbings liner all the time as a layer Heat on, heat off. No more bulky layering, hard to do shoulder checks etc. I feel not only does this gear protect you but it’s safer than bulking up with other brands to try and stay warm and dry. WE love the outside shell H20 proofing…never have to stop when the weather turns!
With more products available than ever before, at KLIM, we continue to grow! We look forward to providing our dealers, athletes and customers with the most advanced riding gear possible. To build the best riding gear in the world, KLIM focuses on eight key areas of product development and performance:
• Proper Gear Care
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