Klim Mojave Pants

The Klim Mojave Pants have been built with a few standard Klim features like 840 Denir Condura fabric and removable hip and knee pads. 1682 Denir nylon ballistic panels have been placed in the seat and knees of the pants, and TNP heat and abrasion resistant leather panels have been incorporated into the inner legs. The improved, high tenacity stitching thread with double stitching and bar-tacks increases the Mojave’s level of durability. For mobility and unrestricted movement, polyester ribbed stretch material is in the seat area, above the knee, and crotch gusset; this allows the pants to move with the rider. The Mojave Pants have several adjustment features including: adjustable Velcro cuff closures, which allow the rider to access and adjust a knee brace, socks, or boots. The Mojave have been designed to be worn over boots. There are also Velcro waist adjusters, and a high-back, self –adjusting elastic yoke. The Mojave pants are lined with wicking polyester mesh with Lycra stretch panels and knee brace reinforced Condura inner knee panels. The back of the pants have mesh lined, rear leg vents. The Mojave pants have a fully ventilated chassis with heavy nylon mesh to provide air flow. These Klim pants have been constructed with auto-lock, high durability YKK zippers. There is a storm flap on the front fly to keep unwanted moisture from seeping in. For storage, there are two large volume, side leg Velcro cargo pockets. The high quality embroidered graphics with keep you noticed, and the reflective industrial grade 3M piping accents provide high visibility. Check out the Klim Mojave Pants, Klim gear, and other motorcycle riding pants options on our website: CompetitionAccessories.com!

Mojave Pants rear (in red)

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