Krispy Kremes and Klima Komfort -- unpersuasive names that front very cunning treats. BMW offers some of the very finest riding apparel in the world -- hard-core stuff, never overstated, always functional. On the hanger, this could be your papa's windbreaker, but one touch tells a very modern story. The outer shell is made from Taslan, a poly fabric that was chosen for its abrasion resistance as much as its supple feel (it's also machine washable). Features include large swatches of reflective material, bonded seams, a high collar, an adjustable waist belt, a storage pouch and rubber-coated buttons to protect your bike's finish. We wish the Klima Komfort came in a less mundane and more visible color (dark blue is the only option) and that it featured a more secure main opening (no hook-and-loop, just a zipper and double flap with snaps). We have tested other Gore-Tex options in the past and found Harley-Davidson's offering, simply called the Gore-Tex Jacket and Pants, to be the honey of the bunch. Its superior style, comfort and visibility make it the most worthy, although the price ($450) is a bit extreme. Cycleport (formerly Motoport) also offers a suit lined with Gore-Tex and named for it. It's a bargain in comparison for $280. How does the Klima Komfort stack up? Well, like Krispy Kremes, there is undeniable enticement -- but they really don't look that good when you're wearing them.