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post #1 of 3 Old Mar 12th, 2016, 8:29 am Thread Starter
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KLIM INDUCTION OR REV'IT TORNADO 2

I am trying to decide between these two jackets,neither of which I can see in person.
Jacket will be used in Florida for street riding only.
Does anyone have either and can voice their likes/dislikes.

I like the lifetime warranty of the Klim,and that it includes the back protection.

The Rev'it is more visible, but looks green in pictures. I don't like the green hue it appears to have.
It does have a thermal liner,but no back protection and only a one year warranty.

I assume both will ventilate very well,not sure if one has any advantage in that category,but if so that would help much in my decision since I am in Florida.

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Re: KLIM INDUCTION OR REV'IT TORNADO 2

Never mind,I'm going with the Klim.
I can't believe no one has either one of these jackets,but I will Wed.

Thanks anyway

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Never mind,I'm going with the Klim.
I can't believe no one has either one of these jackets,but I will Wed.

Thanks anyway
Hi Daaron, I'm in the same dilemma. which one, Revit or Klim. my riding is mostly 3/4 hot, but I do get a wave of -3 to 10'C while travelling in summer.

I like both and cannot decide yet. Any advice.

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