Klim Adrenaline Boot G T X
The Klim boot is without question a quality product. When we come across a snowmobiler with this brand of trail boots, the first reaction is the design of the materials. They are of high quality and with a unique style. The Klim brand is well-identified on the yellow boot, great marketing!
Over the past season, I have exposed the boot to all kinds of temperatures. They have been through rain, 7 degrees, -10, 20, 30 or 40 degrees and snowstorms, without ever feeling cold or having water inside.
A rigid boot that holds the foot well, insulating the sole inside, is very comfortable and has good ankle flexibility. This is a great comfort advantage for snowmobilers who drive with their feet at the back of the tunnel.
Designed with high-quality materials, it gives the impression that it is heavy. The material design with Gore-tex technology, 600 grams of 3M Thinsulate insulation, plush lining and its lightness are impressive elements.
Without a doubt, this boot has passed the tests in all the conditions that the winter season brings. The materials used have proven themselves time and time again with other outdoor clothing. When it comes to the the GORE-TECC product, 3 M Thinsulate insulation of 600 grams, plush lining materials, the designers have put together the three products that prevent cold and moisture from penetrating inside. It is important to specify the comfort and its impressive lightness.
Caribou Klim Mitten
The mitt is the product I particularly like because of the way the fingers are all together and the warmth that comes between them. However, this is not enough to make it comfortable and keep warm when playing winter sports. Here is my appreciation of the product.
It is designed with high-quality materials such as Gore-tex and Gore Warm technology that prevents the cold from penetrating the interior and prevents moisture from getting inside the mitt. The interior is comfortable since there is heavy fleece on the back of the hand. This provides more warmth and the fleece is thinner on the palm, resulting in a better grip.
On the outside of the mitt, there’s the clearly identified Klim trademark in yellow. The design is durable with top-of-the-line materials such as goat leather on the palm, 3M SCOTCHITE reflective material for evening riding and 3M THINSULATE PLATINUM insulation. Therefore, it is for these reasons that the mitt is a garment that prevents the snowmobile driver from getting cold or even severe frostbite.
To avoid air infiltration, it is suggested that the glove be closed with a quick-release drawstring and a wrist strap for a better fit.
For those who practice a winter sport like snowmobiling, it is important to have good clothing. Don’t buy by price, but rather by the quality and look for the important elements mentioned in this article.
It is without hesitation that I recommend the pair of boots and mittens. The price of the boot is about $389 and the mittens are about $139.
I want to thank the Klim company for trying the two products mentioned above.
Have a great season everyone.
More related links:
- Klim Official Website: Gloves
- Klim Official Website: Boots
- Klim Technical Riding Gear Review
- Review of the Keweenaw suit by Klim