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« on: February 17, 2020, 02:55:49 pm »

Being a year round motorcycle commuter in Phoenix, AZ for 8 years, I always had to deal with getting to work with a sweaty back. Two summers ago when I wore a ventilated vest that goes under my bullet proof vest under my motorcycle jacket, I found that my back would be less sweaty. I started wearing that vest on almost every motorcycle ride. Knowing that the material works, I sourced a company to make 3D mesh pads that are sized to fit my Klim jacketsís back armor pocket, but the pads are shaped like most commonly used back armor so should work with most motorcycle jackets. Iíve found these ventilated pads make a huge improvement in hot weather because they allow air to flow between your back and the back armor.

Iíve now got quite a few of these that I had made that Iím putting up for sale. Theyíll fit perfect in all Klim jackets and any jacket that uses the standard shaped back armor shaped like the ones Klim uses. I currently use two pads in my Klim Apex jacket for extra airflow in the summer so they can be doubled up without really noticing them when wearing just a T-shirt under the jacket.

This 3D mesh pad installs in your motorcycle jacketís back armor pocket in front of your back armor. It creates a space between your back and the hard armor which allows air to circulate and reduce chances of having a sweaty back.

Designed to wick moisture away from your body so it can more readily evaporate into the atmosphere. The 6mm 3D mesh provides that little bit of separation you need between you back armor and your back which allows cool, fresh air in to circulate. It allows heat and moisture to more readily escape and is anti-microbial and anti-fungal.

Does NOT absorb or retain moisture. Simply remove from jacket and wash when needed.

Iím selling them on Amazon now https://www.amazon.com/Motorcycle-Jacket-Ventilation-Back-Pad/dp/B088W56YYY/ref=sr_1_27?dchild=1&keywords=motorcycle+air+conditioner&qid=1593219221&sr=8-27

Iíve sold about 300 of these over on Advrider.com under handle "Hikertrash" if youíre looking for reviews on them.  



Spacer next to D3O back armor (Not included)


Spacer shown on top of back armor


Spacer installed in jacket on top of back armor



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« Reply #1 on: March 06, 2020, 03:20:35 pm »

I hang out at ADVrider, and lots of rave reviews over there.   Thumbsup
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« Reply #2 on: June 26, 2020, 09:14:40 pm »

Thank you, Doug.
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