Year after year, Klim unleashes some of the most rugged and cutting-edge riding gear in existence, steadily raising the bar in its space with each new product release. For Q1 of 2021, the Idaho-based snow and adventure brand is continuing the charge with the debut of a new flagship adventure motorcycle suit with the Badlands Pro A3 Jacket And Pants.
The successor to the brand’s already ridiculously hardwearing and industry standard-setting Badlands Pro range from 2018, the new A3 version represents the next evolution in Klim’s off-road riding apparel, thanks to the use of even more durable next-generation fabrics that make the Badlands Pro A3 the world’s first-ever textile moto garment to achieve a CE AAA rating. The new items boast a triple-layer GORE-TEX PRO shell, custom Kim and D30-developed AERO PRO Armor, and custom-engineered variable-density SuperFabric on the knees, elbows, and shoulders, as well as futuristic VECTRAN fiber fabric. These new adventure moto items also feature an enormous plethora of straps, zippers, pockets, ventilation ports, and adjustment points, plus pre-articulated and reinforced construction at the limbs and joints. Slated for a release in the coming weeks, the Klim Badlands Pro A3 Jacket and Pants start at $900 and $1,500, respectively.
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