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Aggressor Brief Shorts Base Layer by Klim
KLIM’s Aggressor Brief is the most comfortable, non-padded riding short we have found, and we and our customers have tried them all. The contoured athletic riding cut and outstanding breathability make the aggressor briefs second to none. Grab a few before your next trip and you will not regret it.
Utilizing the same moisture-wicking, breathable, fast drying and ultra-comfortable four-way stretch material as the Aggressor Shirt and Aggressor Pant, this low-profile short will soon be your favorite riding brief for all temperatures and all rides. Choose your next-to-skin layer intelligently and you’ll be drier and ready for more miles every time.
- NEW CONTRAST STITCHING
- NEW PATTERNING REMOVES IN-SEAM STITCHING FOR ULTIMATE RIDING COMFORT
- ATHLETIC CONTOURED PATTERNING
- BREATHABLE, MOISTURE- WICKING POLY/SPANDEX FABRIC
- FOUR-WAY STRETCH
- NON-ABRASIVE ELASTIC COMFORT WAIST
- FLAT LOCK STITCHING
- FRONT FLY
"I love long distance riding! Since I have “matured” I find that I sweat a lot more than I used to. So the most important piece of long distance riding gear to keep me in the saddle is my base layer briefs. Cotton shorts are the most uncomfortable thing you can wear. I have tried LD Wear briefs, and while they did a great job wicking the sweat they were thick and uncomfortable. Then I found Under Armor briefs and for a while thought they were the best thing out there. When I tried the KLIM Aggressor Brief I thought “Wow!” Lightweight, supremely comfortable, keeps me dry, and no stink! I love em and I can wear them on a daily basis as well."
By Brian K
from Castro Valley, CA
Klim Badlands Pro Jacket, Inferno Jacket/Pants, and Agressor Brief/Shorts
“My friend, Brian and I, just completed a 7 day, 2700 mile ride from Castro Valley, CA to Lorteo, Baja and back. The temperature ranged from 23 to 86 degrees. I was wearing for the first time, my new Klim Badlands Jacket, Inferno Liner Jacket (over a light sweater – no heated clothes) and Inferno Liner pants, under my riding pants. Amazingly, at 4:00am, on I-5, at 80mph, with the temperature dropping to 23 degrees, I was not cold. As we dropped over the Grapevine, the temperature warmed and ultimately got as high as 86 degrees in parts of Mexico. As I dropped layers and opened the vents, the temperature control worked very well. The form fitting of both the jacket and the Inferno liner make a very comfortable combination, whether worn together or separately (the Inferno jacket makes a great casual light weight jacket on its own). I was also, wearing the Klim Aggressor Briefs which were very comfortable in all temperatures; I am going to get several more pair.”
By Jim B
from Dublin, CA