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Inferno Mid Layer Pant by Klim
Riders who need a comfortable layer to wear underneath their riding pants are finding the Klim Inferno Mid Layer Pant available at Adventure Designs to be just the right addition to their riding wardrobe. The Inferno Mid Layer Pant can be employed as a mid-layer for riding in especially chilly conditions, or as an off-bike pair of pants for camping and looking stylish at the same time. The Inferno Mid Layer Pant has an elastic waist fit that is sleek, belt loops that are integrated and a heat embossed logo on the back pocket that is bonded and micro-injected to create no restrictions and provide comfort for the entire day. The pants are constructed of polyester fleece, Spandex and thermal guard and are made to wick moisture away. The pants come with three external pockets and a comfort patterning design. Shipping is free to all lower 48 states in the U.S.
KLIM LIFETIME WARRANTY
POLYESTER FLEECE/SPANDEX/THERMAL GUARD CONSTRUCTION
COMFORT PATTERNING DESIGN
COMFORTABLE STRETCH FABRIC
380 GRAM, LOW BULK, ANTI-PILING FLEECE
FLAT LOCK STITCHING FOR INCREASED COMFORT
3 EXTERNAL POCKETS (2 HAND, 1 BACK)
ELASTIC COMFORT-WAIST FIT
INTEGRATED BELT LOOPS
BONDED LOGO ON BACK POCKET
Works as a Mid-layer or Casual Wear
"The Klim Inferno pant is multifunctional. It can work as a mid-layer for really cold riding, such as when I crossed the Swiss Alps in early Spring while on my round-the-world trip. And while camping, it works as a nice off-bike pant for keeping out the evening chill and still having some style!"
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