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Klim Adventure Rally Jacket Klim product developers took everything they knew about materials, components and fit for the Adventure Motorcyclist and selected the absolute best to be integrated into this amazing garment. The Adventure Rally Jacket from Klim masterfully incorporates a total riding system into a comfortable, full-coverage jacket. Armor systems that reach into the future of international safety standards, incredible levels of fabric and construction durability, and the most advanced all-weather raw materials ever put together ensure the Adventure Rally Jacket from Klim is unmatched anywhere. Featuring advancements like D3O XERGO armor, integrated GORE-TEX Armacor and Stretch panels, refined SuperFabric abrasion size zones,and incredible nighttime visibility courtesy of 3M Scotchlite industrial reflective materials all work together to build the most advanced riding gear set in the world. Exterior Features All outer material is Gore-Tex 3-Layer Armacor Pro Laminate for waterproofing and outstanding abrasion and tear resistance Guaranteed to keep you dry Stretch panels at shoulders for full range of motion Large Superfabric overlay slide zones on shoulders and elbows 3M Scotchlite industrial grad reflective material placement engineered on torso and arms for maximum low-light conditions Integrated Armor System D30 Xergo shoulder and elbow pieces meet and exceed the newest, proposed CE Level 2 limb protector standards (PREN1621-12011) D3O Viper Pro Level 2 back piece meets or exceeds Level 2 impact performance standard for CE Certification EN1621-2 Fully ventilated silicone based integrated chest coverage Ventilation 8 total vents 4 zippered arm intake vents (2 at bicep and 2 at forearm) 2 upper torso/pit intake vents 2 large vertical back exhaust vents Additional Features on the Adventure Rally 10 external pockets (2 at upper chest, 4 lower center front, 2 side quick-access tool pockets, 1 large rear center back pouch and 1 left chest Spot pocket) 1 seam-sealed, removable roll top dry bag for delicates/electronics/wallet etc 3 internal pockets (2 chest pockets and 1 hidden passport pocket) External hydration system pocket and internal routing options (3L Hydrapak reservoir included) Klim ID emergency ID pocket on left forearm (register your jacket online to build you custom ID card) Vertically adjustable and removable kidney belt provides support and stability Moisture wicking mesh internal liner Waterproof, Leatt brace-compatible collar system gives you comfortable options for your riding preference with three collar fit options Non-Leatt waterproof collar with comfortable micro-fleece lining Over-the-Leatt waterproof collar No collar for maximum airflow Bicep and forearm sleeve adjustment straps External waist belt with daisy chain Full circumference jacket-to-pants zipper VELCRO brand closures brand fastener adjustable wrist closures Zippered wrist expansion gusset Heavy duty YKK Zippers used throughout Highly water-resistant YKK zippers used in exposed areas Bottom hem shock cord
 
Overall rating 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Safety / Protection
PostedMay 1, 2015
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mprogolfer
From Charlotte
State:NC
Rider Type:Adventurer
Age:55-64
Gender:male
Bang for the Buck 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Style 
5 / 5
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Comfort 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Protection & Durability 
5 / 5
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Air Flow 
4 / 5
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Features 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Another Jacket that is at the top of my list is Klim’s Adventure Rally Jacket http://www.klim.com/Adventure-Rally-Jacket-3291-003.html#57379. Klim is great in that they focus on and clearly point out their safety features as opposed to most other manufacturers that you are never sure of what they are providing.
The Super Fabric takes the question out of any road rash and the armor certainly minimizes the chance of broken bones.
I particularly like there are no zip in liners - I rather where a coat under it. Taking off the jacket and having a coat under it generally is acceptable for most conditions while not riding. If it is indeed cold than you just keep the jacket on. Time and space is also important not having zip in liners saves time.
Gary
Yes, I recommend this product.
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