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

The Badlands Pro Jacket and Pant from KLIM represents the latest design, fit and material technologies available to the premium adventure motorcycle market. Inspired by the ultimate performance of the unmatched Adventure Rally product line, the KLIM Badlands Pro focuses on a sleek, unrestrictive fit, durable-yet-comfortable fabrics, high-end integrated armor and the guaranteed to keep you dry performance of Gore-Tex.  Ready for anything, and boasting unique features you’ve come to expect from KLIM, the Badlands Pro is ready for any ride.


  • 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 87 87
Great product from a great vendor! After reading all the reviews I decided on this Badlands model in lieu of the more expensive Adventure Rally by Klim. Actually I couldn't really decide as I normally sort by price, hi to low. Speaking with revzilla they helped me choose the badlands for my needs and also helped out with sizing. I am 6'2" and 285 so I needed some spare room around the spare tire. I went with the 3XL. It is roomy in the middle but the arms and shoulders fit nicely and the adjustable straps take slack as desired. The pads seem to fit in all the right places. There is room enough to add a couple layers underneath as the seasons change here in North Dakota. The Hi-Viz is definitely HIGH VIZ! Other riders could clearly see me even in dense forest trails. At night the reflective material is very bright. I have other Klim products for snowmobiling and they build quality gear and this is no exception. You feel indestructible in the jacket. As others have commented it is heavy in your hands but once you put it on the weight distributes nicely and is totally absent on the bike. The collar is just OK. I agree that the Velcro tabs to hold the collar open could be better thought out. Really my only gripe. The airflow is tremendous with all vents open. Even sitting still in a slight crosswind it generates a cooling effect across the back. I usually ride with a larger windscreen so I didn't get much airflow through the forearm area. Once I removed the windscreen it was like A/C on high. Did I mention this jacket vents really well? I haven't tested it in the rain but will report back when I do. My other Klim products are still 100% waterproof after years of use/abuse so I expect this to be as well. Props to revzilla for helping me out. I ordered the product with 2-day shipping as I was heading out on a trip. They were closed as they were moving the warehouse so they shipped it overnight for no up charge! Outstanding service! You have earned my business henceforth. September 2, 2014
Awesome I was on the fence on buying the badlands Jacket and Pants but I must say its worth every penny. This thing make you feel Bullet proof. I was using the Factory KTM Rally gear but that feels like a joke compared to the Badlands gears. Breaths really well looks great and has load of features. Easy to use with the gloves on and is just really how a motorcycle jacket for off road should be. I have tried on the Latitude and felt the XL would work but was snug. I went with the XXL in the badlands and Im glad I did. Fits perfect definitely a snugger fit then a jacket without the armor. Only complaint is that it is a bit bulky but I gut use to it. Its a price you pay for all the added protection September 14, 2014
Completely Stoked with one Caveat All in all this is an excellent jacket. The construction is very well done, the style is great, and the features and protection in the jacket are spot-on - especially at the price. I was waffling between the KLIM badlands suit and another, more expensive, suit, and opted for the KLIM based on features as compared to price point. I am not sorry. This Jacket fits perfectly, and although a little stiff at first, once you've worn it for awhile it gets more flexible. My only gripe - the velcro tabs that are supposed to hold the collar down to the shoulders so you can ride with an open collar without getting smacked in the helmet repeatedly by the collar do not work well at all. They are very difficult to use without assistance from another person, and once you get them situated if you move much at all the collar tears out of the velcro tab. If the tabs were situated a little differently (closer to the neck), or were bigger, they would work much better. In this case it seems that KLIM may have been more interested in aesthetics than function because the velcro tabs would look funny if they were where they actually need to be to function reliably. Other than that - no complaints! Love the jacket and don't use the velcro tabs for the collar! August 30, 2014
It works but is it worth the money? I received my Klim Badlands Pro Hi Vis Jacket and Klim Badlands Pro Pants on 7th July 2014 and have already experienced frosts at temperatures down to -3C (26.6F) and have experienced several torrential downpours. Its mid-winter here. I purchased this gear so that I could use it all year around and in all conditions. My commute is over 100Km (63 Miles) round trip and I put on about 30,000Km per year (18,640 Miles) so I needed gear that would hold up and do the job. That’s the promise of Klim… Am I happy with this gear and was it worth the cash? Let’s start with the cost. Jacket & Pants $1,549.98 USD, Shipping $70.67 USD, Total $1,620.65 USD, Then came the exchange rate which bumped the cost up to $1,838.85 NZ, plus GST and duty, grand total of $2,114.68 NZ . You are paying for the excellent quality and the name. Am I happy with it? Let’s just say that I like it but it is a lot of money. The Klim Badlands Pro Hi Vis Jacket (Size LG) looks cool. (A photo with my measurements has been supplied with this review). I can put two layers of clothing on in the form of thermals and a Macpac Pulsar PrimaLoft® ONE Jacket; this makes the fit snug on me. After reading all of the reviews I thought that it would be bigger on me, this is not the case. ( Thanks to “Rafael Nieves” from RevZilla Customer Service for pointing me in the right direction in regards to sizing). The big question is, does it keep me warm and dry? The answer is yes to dry and a big no to warm. The Gore-tex® 3-layer pro shell transmits the cold and you do feel it, even the cold rain, hence the Macpac jacket. Again after reading the reviews I would have thought that it would have been warmer. Some people have made comments on the kidney belt and thumb holes. I find that with two layers on that I do not use the kidney belt but I can see me using it in the summer when I have less clothing on underneath, it does not get in the way and I do not notice it at all. I find the thumb holes good. They help me in getting the jacket to sit right and to stop the rain water from running down into my gloves. In conclusion, would I recommend them? When I look at the price that I paid then it’s hard to say yes. I think that you could buy gear that performs the same without the large cost. The question is will the Klim gear last the distance that would justify the additional cost? Only time will tell. July 15, 2014
Fine 4 Season Dual Sport Shell Jacket I've worn Aerostitch Darien gear for years and wanted to try something new, so I bought the Hi-Viz Badlands Pro jacket this Spring. It was excellent for Spring temps here in Houston, and is now proving to be almost as comfortable as mesh for our miserable hot humid summer. Removing the chest protectors, cutting the internal cuffs out of the sleeves, and opening all the vents let's me use it in temps of 95+; but it's no fun sitting still in it. I'm 5'11", 200 lb w 44" chest and wide shoulders. The L was tight across the back so I exchanged for an XL, which is loose as a shell; but should allow ample room for layering underneath it in cold weather. I like it, and have received quite a few compliments on the Hi-Viz style. Good jacket., EXCEPT, I wish Klim put zippered gussets in the sleeve cuffs likeAerostitch instead of the one cheesy strip of Velcro to cinch the cuff down when it rains. Getting gauntlet winter gloves up under the "un-gusseted" Klim sleeves is a pain, whereas it's easy with the Darien jacket. August 4, 2014
The best a man can get! Bought this jacket after researching a lot about it and wore it on my trip from Connecticut to Miami this spring 2014 for a 3000 mile round trip. The weather changed from 55F in CT to 90F in FL. The air flow in the jacket is great and minimizes sweat formation in hot conditions and also keeps you warm with a good base layer in lower temps. Encountered some heavy rain in the Carolina's and it kept me dry. The jacket is heavy when you hold it with one hand but once you put it on, it seems like your wearing a T-shirt. Worth the money!!! July 25, 2014
Awesome jacket When I first tried it on, it was very stiff and felt constricting. After a few days of long use, the jacket really softens up and is much more comfortable. Waterproof and warm, this jacket stood up to 5 days of hard use in AK, where we saw rain as well as sun. Rode in temps in the 50s and was very comfortable with only a t-shirt underneath. Also saw direct sun and temps in the 80s, and with the vents open it was easy to stay cool. The fit is snug, and doesn't leave a lot of room for layering, especially in the arms. July 14, 2014
Great Protection! I have been out several times in the rain in this gear and stayed totally dry. The venting is great as well as overall comfort. Don't bother getting the hydration pack for this jacket, it was very uncomfortable when full. June 26, 2014
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Klim Badlands Pro Hi Vis Jacket
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Rodrigo F C: Great protection, hi biz 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
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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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

Size Weight (lbs) Height (in) Chest (in) Waist (in) Sleeve (in)
XS 70 - 104 59 - 62 32 - 34 24-27 24 - 25
SM 105 - 155 63 - 72 35 - 37 28-31 26 - 27
MD 156 - 186 65 - 72 38 - 41 32-35 28 - 29
LG 187 - 210 66 - 76 42 - 45 36-39 30 - 32
XL 211 - 230 68 - 76 46 - 50 40-43 33 - 34
2XL 231 - 264 68 - 81 51 - 55 44-47 35- 36
3XL 265 - 299 69 - 81 56 - 60 48-51 37- 38
4XL 300 - 349 69 - 81 61 - 65 52-55 39 - 40
5XL 350+ 69 - 81 66 - 70 56-59 41- 42

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

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Hi-Vis Yellow / SM 888790 4052-000-120-500 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Hi-Vis Yellow / MD 888791 4052-000-130-500 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Hi-Vis Yellow / LG 888792 4052-000-140-500 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Hi-Vis Yellow / XL 888793 4052-000-150-500 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Hi-Vis Yellow / 2XL 888794 4052-000-160-500 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Hi-Vis Yellow / 3XL 888795 4052-000-170-500 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours