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Klim Badlands Pro Hi Vis Jacket
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Klim Badlands Pro Hi Viz Jacket

Built to take a licking and keep on ticking, the Klim Badlands Pro Jacket is an ADV rider’s best friend. Klim has designed the Badlands to be a second skin that protects riders from external hazards and internal discomforts. The Gore-Tex 3-Layer Pro Shell is 100% waterproof and breathable and, with 8 zippered vents, the Badlands Pro allows you to ride in varying weather conditions without having to change jackets or pull out rain gear.

A full suite of adjustable D3O Viper T5 armor including chest protectors and a CE Level II back protector give you top-level impact protection while Armacore panels in the high-impact areas offer superb abrasion resistance. Klim over-engineered the Badlands Pro to provide unmatched protection from the trail, the road and the elements, allowing you to ride harder longer. 


  • Gore-Tex 3-layer Pro Shell
  • High strength fabrics combine in a durably breathable waterproof jacket
  • High-mobility active fit patterning for unmatched comfort
  • Pre-curved arm and rider positioning construction
  • Gore-Tex stretch shoulder panels minimize restriction of movement
  • D3O CE-rated integrated shoulder and elbow protection
  • D3O CE-rated Level 2 Viper Pro back protector
  • Siliconized spacer mesh front chest armor
  • Adjustable armor pockets for refined placement
  • Highly abrasion-resistant Armacor panels in key impact and wear areas
  • Integrated jacket-stabilizing, removable and adjustable kidney belt support system
  • 7 external pockets (5 cargo front, 1 large back, 1 sleeve i.d.)
  • 4 internal pockets (2 zippered, 2 mesh stash)
  • 1 secret internal pocket
  • Bottom hem adjustment
  • Jacket-to-pant zipper integration system
  • 4 sleeve adjustment straps
  • Lined comfort collar
  • Mesh comfort liner
  • 8 max flow ventilation ports (4 arm intakes, 2 pit intakes, 2 vertical back exhausts)
  • Industrial-grade 3M Scotchlite reflective panels and trim
  • Hydration system compatible with bladder pocket and hose port routing (bladder not included)
  • Rubber coated button closure
  • YKK zippers throughout, water resistant urethane coated in exposed areas
  • Velcro adjustable wrist closures
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Klim Badlands Pro Hi Vis Jacket 4.8 5 131 131
Heavy Duty Jacket This jacket is very well made. I never spent anywhere close to how much I paid for this one. I road ride quite a bit and I always wanted a very good jacket incase I go down. It is pretty heavy though, but full of protection. It will last for a very long time. Once it breaks in it should be a lot better. I would recommend buying this jacket. July 23, 2015
Quality I waited a long time wanting a Klim jacket but not wanting to pay the price. This sale price pushed me over the edge and I am very pleased. My prior jacket was Gore Tex lined and the Klim is a Gore Tex jacket. Much better. I like the armor. Like the fact that it does not have a liner as I prefer to use my own under layers anyway. The collar that can be velcro'd down is very helpful as by old Dianese jacket collar button would whack my helmet at some speeds from the wind. The ventilation system did not seem like it would be enough but it is quite good in the 85 degree weather I have been riding in. Lots of little features that make life easier like the hooks in the pockets to hang onto things and thumb holes to keep the wrist openings secure and tight. Superb. June 29, 2015
Big bucks equals big features Bought this to replace a 7 year old $200 jacket since at age 67 I am more breakable and desired a higher level of safety. I'm 5' 10" and 175 lbs with a 41" chest and normally wear pants in a 34 waist. I emailed Revzilla Customer service about my size concerns since according to the chart (and with most shirts and jackets I buy) I fall between a Medium and Large size. Went with the Medium as recommended by the customer service rep. The Medium size gave me a good fit and leaves just enough room for a 200 wt. fleece layer underneath. I rarely ride at temps below 50 deg so not concerned about having enough layering room for heavier insulation. The sewing and materials are all top-notch and indicate there is definitely quality control at the factory. The feature set of this jacket is outstanding and justifies the high price in my opinion. I like and use the built-in kidney belt, plenty of pockets inside and out for the various small items I like to stash - cell phone, wallet, neck scarf, small light, etc., and a dedicated sleeve pocket for a medical ID card. The armor includes a chest-protector and an uprated back protector; the shoulder and elbow armor was in the right place for me and there was no need to adjust their position. I feel totally encased in safety when wearing this jacket. I have yet to ride it in the rain or temps below 65 so I can't address how dry or warm it would be riding thru a cold rain, but the ventilation is very good for a non-mesh jacket. Like any non-mesh jacket it will be hot in warmer temps when not moving. I almost never ride in urban areas with stop and go traffic so that's a non-issue for me. Only thing I don't like is the collar fit. It's a bigger circumference than needed for my neck and I have to use a scarf or turtleneck underneath to avoid it pressing against my adams apple. The collar can be held open during warmer weather with small velcro tabs but it's tricky to do with gloves on. This jacket is a good example of the old adage "You get what you pay for". June 29, 2015
excellent value Outstanding jacket, comfortable from the moment I pu it on, kept me dry while riding in a downpour, and with the vents open I stayed cool riding in 80+ degree weather. June 29, 2015
Pretty protective, good air flow, but obstrusive colar I've owned this jacket for almost a whole year. It's my primery jacket for cold or wet weather. First, a disclaimer: I wear a BMW System 6 helmet, which may have something to do with my main complain on this jacket. I also live in São Paulo (google it), so this jacket may not have been designed with our weather in mind. I'm 1,635m tall, weighting 56kg, fit build, riding a BMW G650GS. I bought this jacket intending to use it as a three seasons jacket, so I had no expectations about how it would perform in hot weather (although I've been through up to 35ºC days with it, though), with my body safety in mind. This jacket is a heavy, hard piece of equipment, but it does hide it's weight very well, once you strap the kidney belt. On the other hand, it has a very long break in period, what is not so nice. The sizing is definitly ond the european side, which is perfect for me. The collar of the jacket is awkward - it's not so tall, but it has a large circunference even after you cinch it as much as possible, what is a pain once you're under heavy rain, and also seems to be just on right place to entangle with my helmet's ratchet lock. It's pretty annoying. I have a Rev'it! Defender with a taller collar, that fits closer to my neck, that doesn't give me the same problem. The jacket flows an impressive amount of air once you're standing on the pegs, but not so much when you're sitted. Overall, it has a good ventilation, but not enough for hot weather. It does stands cold weather (just up to 6ºC, in my case) with underwear tank top, cotton shirt and the Rev'it! Samurai. The jackets exterior doesn't pick up water, what is great, but I have a issue with the left biceps area - under heavy rain, a little water find its way in. I'm pretty sure it's some sort of problem with my unit, because it never happened on other arm. Since I'm in Brazil, no chance that I'll send it over to claim the warranty, so tha's it. Under the same conditions, I've found the upper front pockets to be not so waterproof, although the pouch that comes with the jacket did its work well. If I would recommend this jacket? Well, if you have a thick neck or a beard, and rides under moderated weather conditions, or if you ride standing for long periods, I guess this could be a very good jacket for you, even more if you have a lean built. June 12, 2015
Very happy with product. I purchased a new 2XL but I haven't worn it yet but I will review the used 3XL I bought in April. Being an out of shape senior citizen I'm a hard to fit guy when it comes to motorcycle gear. My 15 year old CyCoak Gore-Tex gear had finally worn out last year so looking online I decided that I liked the Klim Badlands Pro even though I'm a sport touring rider, not an adventure rider. I tried to order the size 42 pants from Revzilla but was told none were in stock and it would be two months before the new Badlands would be available. I searched other sources around the country and no one had the 42 pants. I turned to Ebay and bought used 42 pants and 3XL jacket. I left Illinois for Arkansas the Thursday before Memorial Dayto ride the Ozarks for the weekend. After Arkansas I headed west. The Jacket and pants were comfortable in the wet or dry except when the temps would drop into the 50s while raining when I was wearing only LDComfort base layer underneath the Klim. The cold of the rain would transfer through to the skin but I remained dry. A mid insulating layer would cure that but mid layer wasn't needed all the way down to 40 while it wasn't raining. The jacket and pants proved to keep me dry and comfortable with temps changing from 32 to over 100 in the desert and mountains. Just open and close the vents as needed. When it gets over 95 it helps to soak the sleeves of the LDComfort and close the jackets vents. It's like riding in an air conditioned car. The 3XL was too large and bulky for me but I was happy enough that after my trip, I ordered the Badlands Pro jacket in both XL and 2XL to see what fit best. The XL fit best in the shoulders and sleeve length but was a bit short in the front and snug in the waste so I settled on the 2XL as a compromise. July 13, 2015
Love The Jacket! This super heavy duty jacket is more comfortable than I expected, especially now that it has broken in some after a few rides. Air flow is excellent. I've ridden in temperatures into the low 90's, and as long as you are moving, you are cool. For riders not behind a wind screen, airflow will be even better. It has more pockets than I can figure out things to put in them. Fitment for me is a little large (I'm 5' 10", 175 pounds, and a 41" chest). By the size chart I am at the upper end of a Medium. Although the Medium fit, it was snug and left no room for layering underneath. The large is roomy with no layers and a good fit with a fleece jacket underneath. I went with the large. I really like the way that the kidney belt takes the weight of the jacket off your shoulders. It does not feel heavy with the belt cinched and everything zipped up. I also like that the collar can be fastened down for warm weather riding - that really makes a difference! Overall, I'm very pleased! July 6, 2015
great jacket , but the vents on the arms don't let much air though. I've had this jacket for a couple weeks now. Overall I love it,but the arm vents won't stay open when riding ,and I could do without the sleeve extensions. There just isn't much airflow in the arms. In the rain I stayed completely dry. July 6, 2015
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Klim Badlands Pro Hi Vis Jacket
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Eric E: quality of Klim products, features of jacket, visibility Jul 26, 2015
timothy b: quality jacket with protection and waterproof, no more rain gear and of course the hi vis. Mar 24, 2015
Mike J: the protection features and quality Feb 1, 2015
Dinesh B: I need a jacket for my annual adventure rides which usually involve hot, cold but most importantly wet conditions. Last 2 rides were the Himalayas and Sri Lanka and we have always gotten caught in a downpour or worse. There isn't enough time to pull out a raincoat so what I really need is a good Gore-Tex shell with good venting to deal with the heat as well. I believe this Jacket suits my needs. Jan 6, 2015
Jack B: My son has this jacket and has been very pleased with it. I have made trips with him, and I can see why! Jan 4, 2015
NIGEL L: Specs and I wanted a high visibility jacket with armor. Jan 2, 2015
Janet F: Bought this to keep dry while riding in steady rain. Hope it does. Fingers crossed. Dec 6, 2014
Joann L: My husband had done some research and knew that this is the best jacket to buy!!!! He will be surprised Christmas!!!! Dec 6, 2014
Duane C: Chose this jacket because I was looking for a jacket with imbedded D30 armor that I could use for my 1200cc adventure bike on and off road, and hopefully for my 690 enduro on the colder days when I'm not wearing my Klim Mojave summer gear on dirt. The other reason I bought it is for all of the vents. Lots of venting and the added kidney belt was a nice add I was not expecting. This will take place of my normal vest I wear during colder/cooler months since this is included in the jacket. Nov 15, 2014
Carl P: Quality and fit, I LOVE KLIM products! Nov 5, 2014
Rodrigo F C: Great protection, hi Viz and close out price. Sep 16, 2014
A S: Great reviews, excellent word of mouth. Good fit. Sep 13, 2014
Robert J: Great jacket fit perfect tons of features and tough as nails!!! What's not to LOVE? Sep 9, 2014
Mario B: Top Qualtiy Product at a good price Sep 7, 2014
Steven M: Much research. Friend's experience with it and his recommendation. Best available protection--armor and abrasion. Sep 4, 2014
Thane G: Hi Vis, armor in the elbows, sholders, back and chest all with D30. That the jacket also has a kidney belt and is water proof with a life time warranty. With the price drop seemed like a good deal. Looked at other jackets and the don't have all the armor that this jacket has and the kidney belt. Live in Oregon and it rains alot in the fall in spring and want something that will keep me dry. Only concern is that it is going to be a little big in the chest. Sep 3, 2014
J U: Customer reviews on revzilla! Aug 15, 2014
Stephen T: goretex ,armacor construction with excellent D30 protection suitable for extreme variables in Aussie climate. Jul 24, 2014
Sunbir W: I had been looking for an All season Jacket which would offer unmatched features, especially protection. I looked at many brands and products and finally settled on Klim, Badlands Pro as it offers top of the Line D3O protectors in Shoulder, elbow and back. Dow Corp Silicon Chest Armour, Kidney Belt for protection. Armacor Goretex Pro Fabric with Stretch Goretex panels at shoulders for comfort, breathability and easy movement. HiViz yellow, Hydratex pocket, 8 ventilation Zips Jul 16, 2014
Michael C: The Klim Badlands Pro Hi Vis Jacket promises everything that I would want out of a motorcycle jacketâ?¦.. Jun 24, 2014
Michael T: I was looking for a good quality hi-viz 4 season jacket with lots of protection. The integrated chest protection and kidney belt really stood out. I also wanted an all-weather waterproof setup but I hate the hassle of liners. This is my first Klim product but they appear to have a solid reputation for standing behind their products and that goes a long way with me. Apr 17, 2014
David A: klim quality - Hi Vis for safety Jan 18, 2014
A shopper asked: I am looking at getting this jacket. I am 6 ft 4 in / 212 lbs / 32 inch arms / 36 inch waist / 40 - 41 inch chest. I am concern about to much movement in the chest. Wondering if medium is to small in regards to arm length or the large would have to much room in the chest?

I really want a jacket the best protection (elbow, shoulder, back and chest) also like the fact that it has a kidney belt. If there is any other jackets in this price range that would be a good fit open to any suggestions.

Portland, Oregon

Sep 2, 2014
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Mark T: Hey Portland,
Great jacket, but I wouldn't buy the hi vis again.

Not sure a medium will fit you correctly, you may not have enough movement in the chest / torso....may be too restrictive. I am wearing an XL and am 6 ft, 220 lbs, 35 in sleeve length, and 34 in waist. If you're not comfortable with the sizing tables on Revzilla or Klim websites, recommend that you call Revzilla or Klim customer service for sizing advice.

I purchased the hi vis, and I am not impressed with the material. Hard to keep clean, especially around the collar, not the best place for the material. Also, the hi vis fabric is fading terribly after one season of riding.
Sep 18, 2014
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Mike R: I have an XL , because I'm thick 5-9 220, the jacket fits me very well. It has the most
Protection of any jacket I've owned; chest ,back,elbows shoulders and yes a kidney belt. The jacket is heavy, but comfy when worn. A great jacket for your neck of the woods. It has a gortex shell and is water tight. It has plenty of zippers for venting air, but be warned it is a very warm jacket in extreme heat. But with the price reduction currently available I'd buy it. I paid fu price for mine and still love it.

Hope this helps
Bakersfield Ca
Sep 19, 2014
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Will J: I have worn this jacket for about a year now and love it. I'm 6'3", 205 lbs, 36" waist, slinder but muscular shoulder build. The large fits me very well. It's a solid fit, with not much wiggle room. I think the medium would have been too small and the large fits me great. I chose revzilla because of their great return policy, especially considering the price of the suit. If the large doesn't fit they seem willing to swap them as long as you don't ride in it. Giving the protection qualities I would buy more gear like this from them. Good luck! Sep 21, 2014
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Royal M: The best information I can share with you is this...I am 5'4", 150 lb, male with a 38" chest and 32" sleeve length. According to Klim's Sizing Chart, I should wear a medium. I ordered a small and medium to determine the best fit. After much consideration, I went with the small. My rationale was that I ride a BMW R 1200 RT and tour, not a GS off-road. I prefer the closer fit. And by the way, I love the jacket! Sep 18, 2014
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mike h: I have been wearing mine for about 18 months and about 10,000 miles . A great jacket but it's just too bulky for me . But I crashed in mine and it has good protection.

Sep 18, 2014
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David M: I am 5'9" and 175lbs. My medium fits great. Just big enough for a lightweight fleece or heated gerbing jacket. Sep 18, 2014
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Roger Lee G asked: Does the Hi Vis panels or light grey panels stay fairly clean or do they get dirty and stain easily? I have a Hi Vis jacket that looks horrible form dirt and road grime stains that will not wash out. Wife thinks it would be bad idea to buy another jacket that stains easily. Thanks Apr 18, 2014
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Sandy D: Hi Roger,
I have the grey panels. After approx +16,000 km all offroad on Australian and New Zealand trails in high country, mountains, forests, mud, deserts, rocks, dust (lots of dust!) 4 seasons riding, the only washes it has got is rain and snow riding and 2 pressure hose washdowns exiting NewZealand back to Australia for biosecurity/customs.
Not badly stained at all.
This is the best jacket I have ever had.
Not cheap, but it just works.
I have also had a few big get offs with it on, jacket still fine, occupant not so lucky
Broken leg, smashed up shoulder etc though inbuilt protection worked well considering impacts.
I reckon the hi vis version may show stains somewhat more than grey. with greater "stain" to background contrast if you got the hi vis yellow.
I always have 2 x10w leds up front, wide on handle bars for "hi vis" reasons.
Apr 27, 2014
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Bill R: Hey Roger..

I have both the BL pants and the jacket in gray and they don't show dirt at all..

I've also washed the pants twice (instructions included from Klim) and they come out looking like new.

With that said, I'm not sure I wouldn't buy the new Hi Vis jacket if I was doing it today.. :)

Also, LOVE Klim gear..thousands of mile, millions of bug, dozens of rain storms and one untimely snow storm .. never a problem..
Apr 25, 2014
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Dan M: I can't comment on the Hi-Viz but my light grey washes up perfectly. I've had the light grey Badlands jacket and pants for two riding seasons and machine washed both about four times. The worst after crashing in 10 inches of Alaskan mud on Top of the World highway when the jacket and pants had to be power washed before being machined washed. Both looked almost new after washing. Apr 26, 2014
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Wil S: I haven't noticed that my Klim jacket stains easily. It cleans up very well. However the Hi Viz does show the dirt. Some consider this as a sign that your jacket doesn't just hang in the closet! Apr 26, 2014
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A s: I bought the black Badlands jacket and wouls say the black textile and the reflective materials are very easy to keep clean and looking like new.
Steve B.
Apr 27, 2014
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Jon B: Gets pretty dirty especially once you Lube the zippers Apr 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does the hi viz color hold dirt and stain easily? Come clean with a wash? My current hi viz jacket looks grundgy even after multiple washes. Apr 18, 2014
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Royal M: I've around 20k miles on the jacket, most on the highway and much in rain and it only shows a little dirt. It launders very well. I spray Shout on the collar and shoulders/biceps, wait ten minutes, then wash on normal cycle, warm water, followed by two cold water rinses, then dry at medium. It does fade a little, but much less than some competitor's I've had. I suggest applying some UV inhibitor when new and once or twice a year. Bottom line, I love the jacket and would not hesitate to buy it again. Apr 18, 2014
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Mark T: I've had my Klim Badlands Pro hi viz for about a year....washed it once after trip to AK last summer. Hi viz has faded significantly and high viz around the collar is permanently stained. Collar was a bad place to put hi viz, too much sweat and dirt to keep clean. I love the jacket, but not sure I would buy hi viz again. Apr 21, 2014
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Francois M: I have worn it twice only so far, so I have had no needs to wash it. On another topic, I found at first that the collar was high and bothersome however after a 2 couple hours I got used to it. The jacket is perfect.
I am 6.2 / 200lbs and I chose a size large.
Apr 20, 2014
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mike h: This is a great jacket and I have the pants too !! I have had both muddy and both come clean with light soap in the wash . Great product and worth the money ! Apr 18, 2014
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Ricardo K asked: Hello, I am in doubt about the size of this jacket. Here is my size in cm. Can you help me to choose the right size for me? Thanks:
Sleeve: 74,5 / Chest: 120 / Waist: 122 / Hip: 115 / Inseam: 80 / Hight: 179.
Jul 1, 2014
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Phillip H: Hi Richardo,
I bought this jacket last year. I have a large. I am 176 cm. Around 34 inches in the waste, chest just over 100 cm. My jacket is a bit big in that it is quite roomy in the body and a little long in the sleeve. I think you will be right with a large but I suggest you check the size chart for the chest size. Once criticsm with the jacket is the lack of adjustability in the neck. My neck is around 41/42 inches and the neck is loose. You can pull the draw cord but it is pretty ineffective. I expect your neck is larger so it might not be a problem. Otherwise the jacket is great.
Cheers Phil
Jul 2, 2014
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Roberto S: I have similar sizes, chest 120, waist 115, hip 120, sleeve 75. Major difference is height 188.

I tried the XL, as adviced, but I foud it to be a bit too tight on elbows, shoulders and arms even with wearing only a Tshirt. So in my case it would have been unusable with thicker garments underneath.

So I returned it and went for XXL which is a bit ample but I prefer this way also for ventilation since it nice but heavy stuff.
I also got 40 for the pants and they are OK. I would also order the braces which couple to the pants, I did it and I find them useful.
Jul 2, 2014
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Ricardo K: Hi Roberto, thanks for the answer. I liked the Klim Badlands Pro Hi Vis Jacket but is Yellow and I did no find the pants that fits with it or the gray Jaket that fits with the gray pants. What should I do? Jul 2, 2014
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Jacob R asked: I guess Klim "standardized" the pants/zipper attachments in the latest model year so that all their new pants / jackets are interconnectable. Does that mean that the old models are *not* interconnectable? More to the point, if I get this jacket and the new Badlands or Overlands pants (from the 2015 model year) will I be able to zip them together?

Unfortunately Revzilla does not have my size in the closed-out Badlands model so no dice there.
Jul 19, 2015
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Randall E: I do not have any Klim pants so I do not know.
Try calling Klim. They will quickly reply.
Jul 19, 2015
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Jacob R: Good idea. They got back to me right away. For anyone else that is curious, this is what they said:

"Unfortunately they will not zip together. The new 2015 will zip to only the new items and anything coming out in the future. Any of the older items will not be able to zip to different pants or jackets. So you can zip badlands to badlands but cannot zip badlands to say latitude for the older items." Jul 20, 2015


We highly recommend finding a cloth tape measure and taking the time to take these measurements.  Klim sizes will not necessarily correlate with fitment in other brands.

Klim Men's Jacket Sizing:

Alpha Size Chest (in) Sleeve (in)
SM 34 - 36 27 - 28
MD 38 - 40 29 - 30
LG 42 - 44 31 - 32
XL 46 - 48 33 - 34
2XL 50 - 52 35 - 36
3XL 54 - 56 35 - 36
4XL 58 - 60 33 - 34
5XL 62 - 64 33 - 34

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

Click here to see the full Klim Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Hi-Viz Yellow / SM 888790 4052-000-120-500 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Hi-Viz Yellow / MD 888791 4052-000-130-500 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Hi-Viz Yellow / LG 888792 4052-000-140-500 Out of Stock
Hi-Viz Yellow / XL 888793 4052-000-150-500 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Hi-Viz Yellow / 2XL 888794 4052-000-160-500 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Hi-Viz Yellow / 3XL 888795 4052-000-170-500 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours