For the Motorcyclists with Wanderlust, these New Klim Backpacks are for You

Posted On : 24-07-2018

For 2018, the global leader in motorsports gear Klim will be releasing a few new items such as its hydration pack and gear bag lines.

With years of backcountry experience, the United States based company refined the popular Nac Pak for storage and organization capacity with additional focus on rider comfort. Designed with the purpose of being the rider’s midsize cargo solution for dual-sport and adventure riding, the new Nac Pak features easy access to equipment and smart tool storage.

Photos Credit: Klim


According to the press release, the “heavy duty nylon chassis is built to withstand the extended use and abuse of full seasons of riding.” It also comes equipped with specialized storage such as the removable and water-resistant Tool Pak, a molded goggle pocket, internal organization panel, and hydration reservoir compatibility, all of which makes for extreme convenience in managing ones items.


The Nac can reportedly also carry everyday items like small or medium sized laptop and notebook.

All these items would undoubtedly make for a heavy bag, which is why Klim also decided to use race-inspired shoulder straps to offer enhanced comfort and range of motion as compared to the typical backpack straps.


The Nac Pak will be available in lime, grey and olive colour schemes.


Next up are the Klim Quench and Scramble off-road packs.


Klim has also redesigned the popular Quench and Scramble Paks to further suit “dual-sport and enduro riders who depends on light weight and maximum utility.”



The Quench Pak (pictured above) is equipped with the Klim Harness System to keep the durable backpack where it is most comfortable.


True to its name, the Quench Pak can also quench the rider’s thirst through the 1.5 to 2 litres expandable Klim Hydrapak reservoir, which was included with the purpose of hydration in mind. An internal mesh pocket is also included to keep small and valuable items within reach.

Lastly, the Quench Pak was also designed to be the “most efficient, ventilated method of carrying water and a few necessities without restricting range of motion.” This makes the backpack extremely light, completed with a minimalist and utilitarian design.


As for the Scramble Pak (pictured above), it was also designed to be accessible, and with the ability to carry equipment in a lightweight and durable system.


The Scramble Pak features zippered side hip pouches with internal mesh pockets for further organization, as well as an additional pair of expandable pouches to carry water bottles or oil bottles. The expandable pouches can be folded away when not in use, and is meant for use during hotter weather.


For further enhancement of the functionality, the motorsports gear company has also engineered the Scramble Pak to connect to the Quench through the use of two metal hooks.


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