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Shit We Like: Klime Clothing

27 January 2009 783 views 5 Comments
posted by limit

Being a predominately a  sport climber, I could usually care less about how technical the clothers are I wear to to the crag. I don’t really give a shit whether or not my granny panties are “wicking” properly or if my pants have an appropriately gusseted crotch. What I DO care about is if they make me look cool, because well lets face it–I’m not cool at all which means my clothes have a lot of work to do if I’m going to trick anybody.

So far, Klime Clothing are doing a killer job. Klime is a new startup hailing from Arizona and they are putting out some kickass designs. After testing out a few of their shirts for just a couple weeks, I’m cooler than ever! But seriously, unless you’re into suffering on The Diamond, how could you not want to kick around in this stuff?!

Check out their website, klimeclothing.com


  • Tomb
    Tomb said:

    went to the site. some interesting artwork. but a ‘k’ on a gap cotton hoodie does not make you cool…

    • Kyle
      Kyle said:

      Who cares about being cool. This stuff is pretty cheap. Just put a small order in. I’d rather pay other dirt bag climbers for putting a K on a Gap cotton hoodie, than whoever runs the Gap! Maybe I’ll look bitchin’ at the crags too.

      • Tim
        Tim said:

        Been a huge fan of Klime clothing for a while. Their rags are unique in design and born from an actual climber and supported by their local community.

        Plus it’s hard to say no to reasonably priced climbing swag in this “Prana-gucci” era. It also didn’t hurt when the females started asking where I got that bad ass shirt….

        • Tomb
          Tomb said:

          looking cool…looking bitchin…whatever. look at C-Note’s pic on the right…wear what you want and don’t worry about who made it or how you’ll look. (she’s hot though…)

          • andy
            andy said:

            met the owner of this company @ the ‘08 New River Rendezvous, seems like a guy with good intent of making clothing people want.

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