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Found Klim D3O Jacket Pads

Discussion in 'Gear: Stuff You Wear' started by thatonetylerguy, Aug 25, 2020.

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  1. thatonetylerguy

    thatonetylerguy Been here awhile

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    Hey Everyone,

    I recently got a Klim Dakar jacket and I'm trying to get D3O pads for it but they're sold out everywhere. Hoping someone on here wouldn't mind parting with theirs.

    Mostly I want the back protector, but I would love elbows and shoulders too.

    Thanks!
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  2. mackdaddy

    mackdaddy Finding my way Supporter

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    Hey, going to shoot you a PM. I have some D30 pads that I am not using
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  3. cficole

    cficole Adventurer

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    I've got a back protector, about 10.5" at the widest part, about 17" long. Originally from a Badlands.

    It says "Viper 2 L".
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  4. thatonetylerguy

    thatonetylerguy Been here awhile

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    Bump. Still looking for elbows and shoulders. Preferably the newer "honeycomb" style ones.
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  5. guavadude

    guavadude Dirt Nap Enthusiast

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    you might also check out the Forcefield pads. They seem to stay softer in cold temps better than D30
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  6. thatonetylerguy

    thatonetylerguy Been here awhile

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    These items are back in stock so I just placed an order. Thank you, everyone.

    guavadude, I think I'll check out Forcefield when I want to upgrade. They definitely look nicer.
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