Klim has released the new Induction Pro and Marrakesh jackets along with redesigned Induction and Avalon jackets.
The pair of Induction jackets are mesh summer touring jackets and the women’s Marrakesh and Avalon are street-riding jackets.
The following is from Klim’s press releases…
Klim 2021 Induction and Induction Pro Jackets
Klim is redesigning the wildly popular Induction jacket and introducing a new Induction Pro Jacket, broadening their hot-weather motorcycle jacket options in an exciting move for 2021. The Idaho-based company is excited to refine their summer mesh gear offerings for street and touring riders.
The redesigned Induction Jacket will continue setting the standard for mesh touring jackets, with ample airflow for hot weather and street-ready abrasion protection. Klim has upgraded the Karbonite™ Mesh body fabric to increase flexibility and comfort while maintaining the legendary durability it became known for. Boasting a CE AA rating, the Induction jacket is comparable to the redesigned women’s Avalon jacket recently released for 2021, rounding out hot weather offerings for both men and women.
New for 2021 is the Induction Pro Jacket, built on the success of the Induction jacket while boasting significant upgrades. In essence, the Induction Pro offers more of everything found in the redesigned Induction – more airflow with more extensive use of Karbonite Mesh, better impact protection with CE Level 2 D3O® pads, and more abrasion resistance in key wear zones. The Induction Pro is also CE AA-rated and available starting in 2021.
Both new jackets feature strategically placed stretch panels to make them more flexible and comfortable. Bottom hem adjustments are a welcome feature for both jackets as well. Continuing on the crusade for comfort, Klim also uses a new low profile collar design for these warm weather jackets. All of KLIM’s mesh jackets can be layered with the Zephyr Wind Shirt or new Resilience jacket for wind protection in chilly weather, or the Forecast jacket for rain.
Induction Pro has a price of $479.99 and comes in Hi-Vis, red/gray and cool gray.
Klim is releasing a new women’s Marrakesh jacket and redesigned Avalon jacket, expanding their line of premium women’s street touring jackets for warm weather. The Idaho-based company is excited to expand and refine their summer mesh gear offerings for street and touring riders.
The new women’s Marrakesh jacket is built entirely out of a very comfortable, flexible stretch nylon material. Klim calls it Karbonite Micromesh, a stretchy material with an open weave, and it allows for controlled airflow and comfort in a wide range of temperatures. Armor protection is provided by new D3O IP Ghost pads, which are extremely low profile and flexible while achieving CE Level 1 impact protection performance. Fully street-ready protection features also make this jacket CE AA-rated, meaning Klim didn’t compromise street safety in the name of comfort and style.
Klim also boldly claims the new women’s Marrakesh jacket could be the most comfortable motorcycle jacket on the market. This addition to the Klim women’s line has been widely anticipated since the introduction of the men’s Marrakesh in 2018.
The redesigned Avalon jacket will set the bar for women’s mesh touring jackets, with massive airflow for hot weather and ample abrasion protection. Klim has upgraded the Karbonite Mesh body fabric to increase flexibility and comfort while maintaining the legendary durability it became known for. New stretch panels and a new collar design further improve comfort. Also CE AA-rated, the Avalon jacket is comparable to the redesigned men’s Induction jacket recently released for 2021 as well.
The Marrakesh has a price of $369.99 and comes in black, Burnt Olive and cool gray.
The Avalon has a price of $349.99 and comes in maroon, cool gray, gray and Hi-Viz.
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