Klim Inversion Insulated Gloves :: MotorcycleGear.com

Klim Inversion Insulated Gloves

Wanting a little more warmth in your Inversion Glove without sacrificing grip, breathability and comfort? Look no further than the Inversion Insulated Glove from KLIM®. This glove combines the original Inversion’s 100% WINDSTOPPER® shell with 60 Grams 3M™ THINSULATE™ Platinum insulation on the top-of-hand for just enough warmth. A slip-on cuff makes riding in the Inversion Insulated quick and easy.

Features:

  • GORE® WINDSTOPPER® SHELL FOR ULTIMATE WIND PROTECTION
  • 60 GRAMS 3M™ THINSULATE™ PLATINUM INSULATION ON TOP-OF-HAND
  • HYDROPHOBIC SILICONIZED 3M™ THINSULATE™ PLATINUM INSULATION
  • LIGHTEST KLIM® INSULATED GLOVE
  • SLIP-ON CUFF WITH ENTRY ASSIST PULL-ON LOOP
  • E-TOUCH INDEX FINGER FOR ELECTRONIC TOUCH-SCREEN CONDUCTIVITY

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$59.99

Sizing Information

These Klim gloves fit more like American branded gloves than European branded gloves (which run a bit smaller). If you have experience with brands like FirstGear, Tour Master, Joe Rocket etc, I think you’ll find the fit comparable. If you have no previous experience with glove sizing, go here for help.

Just as an FYI, you may have previous experience with Alpinestars and REV’IT! which generally run about one half size smaller, size-for-size, than Klim. So if a particular size in either of those brands is roomy on you, then you may be able to go down one full size in this style.

Our Two Cents

Klim Inversion gloves are a light weight short cuff insulated glove with a windproof shell.

I personally like this glove for cold weather use, but I’m going to stop short of recommending them for street motorcycling because they don’t have any protective features. But for off road, ATV, or just about any other outdoor activity, these will be great.

The inside is a plushy fleece material and there is a moderate amount of Thinsulate insulation. The shell is a wind-stopper material by Gore-Tex. But don’t confuse these with waterproof gloves because they aren’t… they’re just insulated and windproof. So really, these are more of a sportsman’s glove but not for wet weather riding.

I’m going to get a pair of these for my everyday walks around the farm. They slip on easily with the loop at the wrist. I can work my phone with the fingertips too. And I can wad them up and store them in my coat pocket when not in use. :: Paul, 11-27-19

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