Klim Chinook Pants

The Klim Chinook Pants are made out of heavy duty 840 Denir Condura Nylon, with 1682 Denir Ballistic Panels on the high stress, abrasion, and impact areas. The 840d Condura was developed specifically for this type of off-road riding pant. These Klim pants also have heavy duty controlled ventilation chassis and an “in the boot” design. The tapered leg/cuff of the pants has been designed to easily fit inside of riding boots. The Chinook pants have genuine leather inner leg panels, and stretch panels that cover the rear lower leg, rear seat, groin, and upper knee. The stretch panels in the rear lower leg allow the use of knee pads and knee braces while maintaining a comfortable fit. The pants have hip pad pockets with removable foam padding for extra protection. The interior of the pants are lined with a moisture wicking mesh liner with Condura incorporated into the knees. For an adjustable fit, the Chinook Pants have gathered elastic built into the rear waist band; they also come with a complimentary belt. All of the YKK zippers on the Chinook pants are protected from water and unwanted moisture thanks to their internal and external zipper storm flaps. For storage, there are two YKK zipper front pockets also with protective storm flaps. The Chinook pants have 3M Scotchlite industrial grade 9910 reflective panels for optimum visibility, and an articulated seat and leg profile; meaning they’ve been designed for optimum comfort specifically while sitting on your bike. These pants are meant to be worn over a synthetic base layer. They have glove friendly zipper pulls and embroidered Klim logos. Check out the Klim Chinook Pants, Klim gear, and other off-road riding pants options on our website: CompetitionAccessories.com!

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