KLIM Covert GTX Liner

 Fall is just around the corner here in Wisconsin.    The leaves on the trees in our yard are turning and starting to fall.   😦   Don’t let this end your riding season.  We have many great events still available thru OCT.   Staying dry in the cold rain and wet trails will make it that much more fun.  Help your feet stay warm, by keeping them dry.

Covert GTX liner

On our Alaska trip Ardie tested out KLIM’s Covert GTX Liners.  These are Gore-tex (R) Liners that turn any boot into a waterproof boot, guaranteed to keep your feet dry.

  • Guaranteed to Keep You Dry® 
  • Gore-Tex® fabric 
  • Gore-Tex® Diamond Back stretch fabric 
  • Gore-Tex® Supplex Taslite fabric 
  • Soft spandex top cuff
  • Above the calf design 
  • Articulated patterning 
  • For use with non-waterproof boots 
  • 4-season use 
  • Specifically patterned for right and left feet 
  • Includes polyester/Coolmax®/nylon/elastin base layer sock [synthetic base layer sock required for proper Gore-Tex® functionality] 
  • Cotton socks will not work with this product 
  • Intended for use with non-waterproof motorcycle boots

Ardie loved them and we saw him many nights wondering around camp in them, with out his boots on.   Yes, he liked them. Not only because they were comfortable, but because they worked and kept his feet dry.   Ardie loved water crossings.  🙂

I now have these in stock at CJ Designs in the most popular boot sizes.  $99 plus shipping.  Turn your favorite MX boots into a waterproof boot with a comfortable sock and liner system and be ready for every ride.

Safe travels,



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