Originally Posted by lacofdfireman
As some others have asked on here but we haven't heard a reply from anyone that owns the gear and has used it yet how does it work in "HOT" weather. This would be my summer gear also. It's currently 110 degrees here in St. George and while I understand that no gear is comfortable in this heat I can still wear my Rev'it Cayenne with no liners and it flows enough air to not make me to uncomfortable. How does this Klim gear vent? Is it sufficient. I guess I am trying to justify this gear over cost and not having to jump up into the Latitude line. Or should I just pony up and buy the latitude. Or even the badlands.
I tested my jacket and pants in 90F+ and HUMID. The pants vent really well with the inclusion of rear vents.
The jacket vents well, but I'll keep my revit mesh jacket for hot and muggy weather. I wouldnt recommend the Overland gear if 99% of your riding is hot and humid.