Klim Gets Hip


Klim has been one of the top names in tech­ni­cal of­froad and ad­ven­ture gear for years now. That’s all good for those guys, but what if you don’t want to be cov­ered in zip­pers, Vel­cro, and mesh? Luck­ily for those on the more min­i­mal side of the moto fash­ion spec­trum, the Idaho com­pany just in­tro­duced its new 626 line, which it de­scribes as “anti-niche and anti-ur­ban.” The vibe is that it fits on any bike and is com­fort­able and func­tional enough to work well when you’re not on two wheels also.

It’s gear that you can get muddy, hose down, and hang to dry or wear for a thou­sand miles down the high­way. Sim­pli­fied, ca­sual, but still made with the qual­ity and at­ten­tion to de­tail that has made

Klim such a sta­ple for rid­ers who re­ally push the lim­its of their gear.

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