Protect yourself and stay warm and dry with this snowmobile gear from Klim
Klim snowmobiler gear is some of the best in the industry. It’s certainly not the cheapest, but high quality gear rarely is.
Whether you need a helmet, jacket, goggles, gloves,boots, or pretty much anything else, you can find it in the Klim snowmobile gear catalog. This article looks at some of our favorite pieces of Klim snowmobile gear and where you can find it.
If you are looking for thorough reviews on Klim snowmobile gear, we’ve got plenty of that right here on Snowmobile.com. You can check out a review of a variety of Klim mountain gear here, the Klim F3 helmet here, the Klim Adrenaline GTX boot here, Klim Rohn collection here.
Klim Klimate Jacket
A good snowmobile jacket will last you for many season and protect you from the worst of Mother Nature’s winter fury. The Klim Klimate jacket is loaded with features, including an adjustable collar, hem and cuffs, along with a powder skirt. Full pit zips will help you regulate temperature and the Gore-Tex performance shell is breathable. Throw in 3M Thinsulate insulation (body 260g, sleeves 220g, collar 100g) and 3M Scotchlite reflective material and you’ve got a snowmobile jacket that will work for you.
Klim Havoc Bib
While snowmobile pants can do a good job of keeping you warm, for the ultimate in protection you can’t beat a bib. The Klim Havoc bib features Helcor waterproof leather the inner legs to protect against heat and excessive wear from aggressive riding. Other features include Gore-Tex Performance Shell (guaranteed to keep you dry), water resistant YKK zippers, 3M Scotchlite reflective material, durable 420D Cordura fabric overlay in wear areas, and inner knee reinforcements.
While not specifically a snowmobile helmet, the Klim F3 is a great choice for those of us who prefer an open face helmet. The F3 is designed to alleviate neck fatigue while maximizing impact protection and airflow. This is a low profile and low weight lid and features the widest unobstructed field of view in its class. It also meets or exceeds both DOT and ECE standards. You can also pair it with a Breath Box and a Windstopper Liner for those extra cold days in the snow. If you like to record your rides, consider adding on the Klim F3 Chin Vent Camera Mount.
Klim Viper Goggles
If you are going with an open-face helmet, a good pair of snowmobile goggles is essential. The Klim Viper goggles fit the bill. According to Klim, these goggles were “engineered to provide the best optical clarity, vision, field of view (F.O.V.) and fit experience.” The Viper goggles boast ventilation and moisture management systems to combat fogging and also feature a Tri-tested polycarbonate UV400 dual lens and triple layer breathable face foam.
The Klim Havoc GTX BOA is the first snowbike-specific boot, but it will work great for snowmobilers, too. Features include a Gore-Tex waterproof membrane, Michelin sole, 600g 3M Thinsulate insulation, and the brilliant BOA closure system.
Klim Fusion Gloves
Cold fingers are the fastest way to ruin a ride. Klim aims to solve that issue with the Fusion glove – the most fully insulated glove in the Klim snowmobile gear lineup. They key feature is Gore-Tex + Gore Grip 2 in 1 technology, which offers two different chamber options between direct grip and warmth. Klim Fusion gloves also feature 260g hydrophobic siliconized 3M Thinsulate Platinum insulation, outseam construction, leather palm and overlays on knuckles, and entry assist pull-on loop and pull-to-eject tab.
Klim Glacier Balaclava
Klim calls the Glacier balaclava “the most technical head sock for the aggressive rider who encounters the harshest conditions.” Features include Windstopper fabric, Coolmax breathable moisture-wicking fabric on the side of the head, and neoprene breath box that deflects moisture down.
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