Originally Posted by BoochZilla
No liners at all. Klim typically makes technical shells. They are great for the rider who owns a clset full of tech base / mid layers and / or heated gear.
When I say 4-season I mean adequate venting for the summer paired with waterproof / windproof / breathable membranes to block the elements.
The thermal / wicking layers are up to the rider.
This is what makes the Traverse (and upcoming Badlands) perfect. Not stuck with a crap liner that doesn't do anything, Or an outer shell that absorbs water. I ride the traverse suit from 95F to 26F. I've put three layers on underneath a Medium (5'10, 170) without any issues.
How can anyone complain about a $300 goretex jacket that can do all the traverse can do? If I was Klim I'd be selling it for at least $100 more....