Ratings & Reviews
Nice bib but the SM fit is strange
No one carries Klim near where I live so did an online order of my first Klim bib (last years Stealth) this winter so relied on the sizing chart, big mistake. I'm 5'8" 145lbs, 31" waist, so I went with the small. These basically fit like skinny jeans for someone with a huge waist. Incredibly tight in the legs and crotch, short inseam, and big in the waist. I can't even fit my knee braces under them. Other than the strange fit they are pretty nice. Positives - very waterproof, warm when the vents are closed and cool when they're open. Negs - snap at the lower cuff popped off first ride, contact with the running boards is causing the material to tear around the cuffs after about 10 rides, can't fit my own knee braces underneath so have to rely on the stock removable knee pads, fit of the small is bizarre.
Worth the $
Never thought i'd like a bib over pants, but my mind is changed! No more gaps between jacket and waist...The stretchy material works great with aggressive riding... The legs ARE narrow, which is nice because there's less sloshing around when kicking feet across the seat... You can ride for 4-5 hours, then hang out in these and they don't feel soggy or like you want to change.. just comfy...I've owned 3 Powercross pants before this purchase, and now they're back ups...
legs are too skinny but fabric is da boom
by Anthony Bing
I had a pair of these but my track burnt through them a month after I got them when my sled landed on me and paralyzed my right leg 3 1/2 years ago and destroyed the pants. That said the Storm’s fabric is amazing however, I agree the legs are tighter than the towg’s that I love. Too Tight for a muscular athlete’s quads. I do wish I still had a pair of these but in seconds they were shredded by the 3” paddles on my track. 19 surgeries later and three missed seasons I can’t wait to hit the mountains again dressed in Klim of course.