Klim's focus on meeting the demands of adventure-touring riders who rely on their gear in extreme conditions is exemplified in the Klim F4 dual-sport helmet. Klim has taken the classic dual-sport design and updated it for thoroughly modern performance. Numerous improvements, based on input from test riders and Klim customers, have made the current F4 even better. One focus has been on improving the already exceptional ventilation of the F4 and taking it to a new level. This was accomplished by redesigning both the EPS liner and the comfort liner. Air intakes and exhaust ports have been enlarged and deeper channels inside the helmet move even more air around the rider's head for a dramatic cooling effect. You can turn off that cooling effect in cold weather with the Klim Windstopper liner. Klim also improved the shape so the F4 to make in more comfortable on a wider range of head shapes.
Note that Adventure Designs carries more than one version of the Klim F4 dual-sport helmet. There is a version that meets ECE safety standards but is not tested to comply with U.S. DOT standards. Another version meets both U.S. DOT standards and Snell 2010 safety standards. The advantage of the ECE version of the F4 Stealth helmet is that it weighs almost 1 pound less than the Snell-approved version. Select an individual helmet below to see a complete list of technical features.
Klim goggles bring the same focus on quality to the critical task of eye protection. Klim goggles are built to perform in the harsh conditions of snowmobiling, so they will stand up to just about anything. Anti-fog treatments, ventilation and a design that eliminates uncomfortable pressure points are some of the features of Klim goggles.