Tuesday, November 30

Klim Adrenaline GTX Boot Review

Designed to combat all elements of nasty weather, the Klim Adrenaline GTX Boots can take on all weather conditions. Boasting a rugged outer construction with Gore-Tex waterproofing and a comfort liner, the Klim Adrenaline is one of the most popular true adventure boots on the market. Second only to the Klim Arctic GTX Boot in terms of cold weather warmth and performance, the Adrenaline is a home run that is popular amongst riders from multiple realms: dirt riders, snowmobile riders, adventure riders and more.

Check out our Klim Adrenaline GTX Boot Review:



The exterior construction of the Adrenaline GTX is a combination rubber, leather and ballistic nylon materials for ruggedness and protection. Beneath that is a Gore-Tex membrane for complete waterproofing and breathability. Gore-Tex is more breathable than any other waterproof membrane available and the waterproofing is guaranteed for life. If the boot ever leaks, send it back to Gore and they will repair or replace for free. The interior of this boot is insulated by 600 Gram Thinsulate to provide excellent warmth and the liner is a moisture-wicking fabric that will keep your foot both comfortable and dry during active and aggressive rides.

The outsole of the Adrenaline is an extremely durable rubber sole that provides excellent grip while the insole is removable and lined with moisture-wicking fabric. There is a stiff durable board built into the sole to help distribute shock, protecting the foot in doing so. Another neat feature is the lacing system. Extremely low profile and off-set to the side to reduce damage from tunnel bolts, the flat laces have anchored lace loops for excellent cinching properties. They are also anti-moisture so there is little to no chance that will ice up if you're using these boots while snowmobiling The Adrenalines have been around for a few years and they're popular for good reason: they perform tremendously in all nasty weather conditions.

To see similar boots, visit our Dirt Boot section.

-RetroZilla
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