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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 Pants are ready for any ride.


  • Gore-Tex 3-layer Pro Shell
  • High-mobility active fit patterning for unmatched comfort
  • D3O CE-rated integrated hip and knee protection
  • Highly abrasion-resistant Armacor panels in key impact and wear areas
  • 2 external pockets (2 mid-thigh cargo)
  • 4 max flow ventilation ports (2 mid-thigh intakes, 2 rear leg exhausts)
  • High-back elastic waist
  • Jacket-to-pant zipper integration system
  • High-wear cordura panels in abuse zones (leg cuffs, internal knee and lower leg)
  • Gore-Tex stretch panel in seat
  • Side waist adjustment straps
  • Mesh comfort liner
  • Industrial-grade 3M Scotchlite reflective panels and trim
  • Italian full-grain leather inner knee/lower leg exterior
  • Adjustable boot cuff with zippered expansion panel and snap closures
  • Rubber coated buttons
  • YKK zippers throughout, water resistant urethane coated in exposed areas
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Klim Badlands Pro Pants 4.5 5 57 57
waterproof for sure i just got back from a rainy 4-day ride through the mountains of western and SW VA. my legs and feet and head were the only comfortable parts of me, thanks to my klim badlands pants, nolan N-104 helmet and aerostich combat-lite boots. i had nothing underneath but moto-skivvies shorts and went through a lot of cold rain. none got up into my legs from below or down from above or in from outside, and i did NOT feel any coldness from convection, which really surprised me given that my bare skin was against the pants. the knee armor stayed in the right place all the time and although there's no getting around the clown-pants styling, i wasn't wearing these to impress the ladies, but for functionality. the only thing i didn't get to test was the venting. there was no hot, humid weather on this trip, but i can say for sure that with the front and rear vents open on the one day it didn't rain, i did NOT feel any air flow. i'm riding a naked airhead and in the upright position, the pants lay flat against my leg, leaving no open space for air to flow. so i am not holding out a lot of hope that these will be "cool" particularly. the main thing is protection and dryness, and these pants did the job i asked of them. August 12, 2014
A Resounding Yes To Dry. I received my Klim Badlands Pro Pants and Klim Badlands Pro Hi Vis Jacket on 7th July 2014 and have already experienced frosts at temperatures down to -3C (26.6F), That’s a wind chill factor of about -6C (21.2F) when travelling at 100Km/h (62 miles/hour) hail and sleet and have also 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 Pants (Size 36) 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: this makes the fit snug around my waist. After reading all of the reviews I thought that the pants 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). I need to lose some weight from around my middle:-)) If you are any bigger than what my measurements in the photo show then I would recommend getting the next size up. I purchased the Klim Badlands Pro Pants because I was sick of getting a wet crutch. The big question is do they keep me dry and warm? The answer is a resounding yes to dry, I couldn’t be happier with them on that score. As far as warm goes, the Gore-tex® 3-layer pro shell transmits the cold and you do feel it, even the cold rain. I get cold spots at the base of the ventilation zips and around the crutch area even with two layers of thermals on. At first I thought that the pants maybe leaking, this was not the case. Again after reading the reviews I would have thought that the pants would have been a little warmer. 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 21, 2014
Great pants Just finished a 1600 mile trip in AK where I wore these everyday. It takes a few days to break them in, but the fabric really softens up. My only complaint is the velcro for adjusting the knee pads can chafe if it isn't attached properly. I only wore underwear underneath the pants, and I was plenty warm. July 14, 2014
Liking these pants I bought the Badlands Pro Jacket last year and decided to upgrade my pants this year. So far these pants are working out well. I'm a size 36 in jeans so bought the 34 pants and these just fit. If I wasn't in a weight loss program then I would have gone with the size 36. As others have said, knee pads are a little strange. I think they are ok for basic riding but if you are doing a lot of off-road you may want to consider wearing something else. I'm still playing getting them to fit the way I would like. One of the best features is the all-in-one water proof design. I wore the Badlands Pro jacket in all kinds of weather last year and being able to just ride through the rain without needed to stop and put on rain gear is great. I've not had the pants in rain but I expect the same performance. Additionally, you don't need to pack rain gear. Air flow is good when you open up all the vents. I went from cold mornings with vents closed to warm afternoons with vents open and was comfortable in both conditions. They guys I was riding with had to stop to strip off cold weather layers halfway though the ride - I just opened the vents and waited for them to pack their clothes. July 1, 2014
Comfort and protection! I have stayed totally dry in several rain storms wearing these pants. I have opened the vents but did not get much airflow, mostly due to the width of my bike. June 26, 2014
Bomber Badlands Pants My first ride in the Badlands got me through a torrential rain which drove most cars off the road. This was made worse by a course of pea-sized hail minutes later. The pants kept me completely dry and protected. While wearing them I feel like a knight in black armor. Honestly, I did not feel the hail even at 60 mph. The D3O armor is more stiff than I had imagined but I'll bet it softens up after time. Speaking of which, the textile is stiff out of the box but also softens with use and now feels natural on my body even with the armor in place. As far as protection is concerned these pants are amazing. I get the impression I could not slide enough down the tarmac to wear a hole through to my skin. If only they could protect me from a head on collision. The black color is pleasing to the eye and I have not felt hot in them yet! I was worried about the color cooking me like a dutch oven but I still couldn't get myself to buy grey since it makes me look like a manatee near collapse. Anyway, with all of the ventilation ports (one on the front and back of each thigh) I have not had any problems keeping cool. My first complaint, and minor at that, is that the butt of the pant is baggy. I suspect these textiles don't really stretch much and KLIM did not want them to bind when sitting. On the other hand, the crotch is a bit snug. So snug that I moved up from a size 32 to a 34 at the waist. I thought the larger size might bunch up creating saddle sores but this has not happened at all. Overall, I love the pants but feel a bit ashamed when wearing them since most of my friends know how much they cost. You can't by a Porsche in a small town without everyone thinking you are pretentious and the cost of the pants creates somewhat of the same vibe. Other than this, the pants are great but I honestly have bought just as technical, perhaps more refined, Alpine skiing gear and have paid less. Having said that, I do not intend to return this pair of Badlands Bad$%# pants so my friends will have to get used to them. June 2, 2014
so far so good I've only had a chance so far to wear these pants twice, as soon as I put them on though I knew immediately that they had a tighter fit than my dakar pants. These pants do have large side vents that don't seem to work at 100% on my triumph tiger this is most likely due to my seating position. I also find there isn't enough room under the pants to wear a pair of blue jeans, obviously these aren't over pants but, for a short commute to work in the rain I suggest packing your work attire elsewhere. May 25, 2014
Trade offs -- make sure you know what you want Good pants. Spent a lot of time researching them. I ride off road a lot and highway a lot. These are definitely waterproof. i found myself wading through a swamp. These things did not let a drop of water through. 100% waterproof. They fit big. I could (and do) wear them as over pants. Which is fine or even good in the winter but bad in the summer. Its already a heavy hot fabric, last thing you want in a desert ride or ilding in the hot summer is layers. If you don't plan to wear something under, consider buying a size smaller. That is my biggest regret. The knee pads are in a weird spot. The velcro that is supposed to allow adjustment of placement would work if the velcro was strong enough. The pads just slip to the bottom position. Always. The pads are big and bulky and look odd, but you will have confidence that they will help in an off. I have fallen low speed in dirt and been totally fine. You have to really ask yourself what kind of riding you are doing. I do long dakar style rallies, These are good pants for that, with some modification. They would suck for highway touring, commuting or even day trips in the dirt. There are good pants for each of those applications, but it aint these. As an all-in one solution it falls short. For the price, you would be better buying a good set of dirt pants for dirt riding and a good set of leathers for touring / highway rides and probably still be cheaper. No one can beat these for rally style or long off road trips though.. May 20, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Dave G: I got these for some off road stuff in North Carolina. and wow. They were and are great. fit just right and thru 2 days of rain.I was definitely dry and protected. I wear them some days riding street. especially if it looks like rain. always off road. great protection. Aug 9, 2014
Marcio R: Because I already have the Badland Pro Jacket, and It's just the best jacket I ever had! So, let's use the full package! Jul 25, 2014
Zachary M: Good reviews and the super-thorough breakdown by Anthony. Jul 16, 2014
Ddnny M: Every one needs matching pants and jacket Jul 8, 2014
Michael C: I wanted to buy the REV'IT! Poseidon GTX Pants, size XL short however there wasn't any in stock and I was told wouldn't be for some time. I then went for a pair of Rukka Armaxion Pants only to find out that RevZiller will not ship this product to New Zealand (Go figure). So have now ended up with the Klim Badlands Pro Pants. Jun 24, 2014
jay b: like the wide pant flair for moto boots. May 12, 2014
Donald T: try it May 8, 2014
Jansen H: Better armor & tougher fabric than the Latitude pants I had my heart set on. Plus, they look better with my Badlands Pro jacket. (Did I just say that?!) May 1, 2014
Daniel A: Waterproof Badlands jacket worked well in heavy rain in Europe last year so I suspect the pants will too. Apr 8, 2014
Robert D: Simply bomber. Love the fit and protection. Apr 7, 2014
Scott F: Based on reviews. However, I am not wild about them. They perform as advertised. I wish the zippers went all the way to the crotch so you could put them on OVER your boots. I hate having to take my boots off to put the pants on or take them off. I recommend suspenders with them even though they fit well. They help to keep the back from sliding down when sitting. Armor wise, my Motoport Air Mesh Kevlar pants have better coverage than these. For the price, I just expect more. Gortex works well. Mar 27, 2014
Mitchell B: Quality of the product. Mar 26, 2014
B R: Protection, all season/weather, comfort. Mar 6, 2014
Matthew B: Amazing! I own the complete set - and it's the best touring suit (in my opinion) for the money. Feb 11, 2014
Mark T: goes with jacket Feb 3, 2014
John P: I wanted a dedicated riding trouser with competition/expedition grade features. These pants have it. Plenty of room to move around on the bike without any binding. Not a slip on piece of kit. They are made to be worn like competition leathers. Not pulled on over street clothes. Well ventilated with long zippered vents front and back. Very well designed and constructed. I was pleasantly surprised that the Chinese exported such high quality. Good on Klim to secure quality tailors. Jan 26, 2014
Arkadiy B: it's KLIM plus I got the matching jacket on Christmas Jan 2, 2014
Rob R: Gore-Tex, D3O Armor, fits well. Dec 24, 2013
Jon B: legs are too narrow, leg zippers melted on my KTM exhaust, sad for such an expensive piece of clothing. I wear my Klim Dakar pants more often. But these are truely waterproof and the vents are great. Dec 10, 2013
Mats C: High quality pants and fast service from revzilla Nov 28, 2013
Stephen D: It's Klim, what else is there? Nov 4, 2013
Jose C: They have a superior quality Hi Viz and they match my Klim Badlands Jacket Oct 16, 2013
Edward J. A: Impressed with quality of design and materials. Wish I had taken this route the first time. Would have saved myself some money in the long run. Sep 16, 2013
T R: Safety, safety, safety is the the name of the game. I like to push it off road on my GS and it is not a matter of if I am going down it is when. These pants will keep me in one piece. Headed to the 2013 BMW GS Trophy and I am not leaving anything on the table... Sep 14, 2013
Geoffrey E: Match the coat. Aug 22, 2013
A shopper asked: Can you help by explaining What is the :over the boot in seam" and the "in the boot in seam"?
Please include a few diagrams.
What is the difference between the two?
Kind regards, Ewan
Apr 21, 2013
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RevZilla: Simply put, the "over the boot inseam" is an inseam measurement with an adventure boot on. The "in the boot inseam" is an inseam measurement without a boot.

An inseam measurement, as the size chart diagram shows, is from your crotch to the floor. One with a boot, one without.
Apr 23, 2013
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A shopper asked: Are the badlands pants meant as over pants (over jeans, etc) or just to be worn with underwear or maybe a thin pair of smart wool long johns? Mar 16, 2014
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Steve H: IMO these are stand-alone moto pants for adventure riding and not really a "shell" that would carry some light armor and/or rain protection. I'd look at something much lighter and cheaper if you just want to cover up safely over your everyday wear clothes. When I ride in hot weather with these pants (and the jacket) I wear pedal bike shorts and a technical (wicking) t-shirt. Dumped the moto twice in the desert in New Mexico and this gear offers awesome protection. When it gets cold you just start zipping up vents. When it gets really cold out you can add some layers (I have the Klim Inferno pants and jacket and when it gets really cold I break out the gerbings heated gear which fits just fine under this awesome piece of kit. Mar 16, 2014
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Bruce M: They are really meant as an outer layer with some type of inner layer for cold weather such as long johns or tights. I've worn them with Gerbings heated liner as well.
That saying, I have worn them over snug jeans in a pinch. Not very comfortable for a long ride, but good for going out where you need some waterproofing or protection from the cold and you need something casual when you get to where you're going.
Mar 17, 2014
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Keith G: If sized properly, yes, you can comfortably wear jeans under the Badlands Pro pants. I have worn mine over sweat pants, jeans, and cargo shorts. And you will too, because the Klim Badlands pants & jacket are brilliantly engineered & designed for riding safety, function and comfort. It ain't walking around attire, though it does break-in quite a bit. IMO, it's the very best & worth the price. Mar 16, 2014
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david b: I wear base layers; in hot weather Klim aggressor pants otherwise merino wool. Very comfortable. May 10, 2014
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Rich W: These are really not over pants. You could go up a size and use them as over pants. Mar 16, 2014
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Stellario D: The latter. Great pants Mar 16, 2014
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Roger Lee G asked: Does the lighter grey panels show dirt or stain? I have old pair of light grey Klim Dakar pants that stained from dirt and road grime. Apr 18, 2014
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James S: I've used them everyday for as long as a month. As expected, they get dirty. The grey strips on the side show dirt least of all. The black shows it more.
But at the end of the trip, after going thru the wash, they come out clean....neither black nor grey showing stains. I think you'll like them.
Apr 18, 2014
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Todd K: Did you earn the stains? Then don't worry so much about it. These trou are tough and will protect you (for heavier rides replace knee pads with knee braces.) May 11, 2014
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david b: I have very minor and hardly noticable bitumen stain on the grey. I also live on a brown dirt rode and have no problems with dirt staining. May 10, 2014
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Mike B: I haven't had any problems with stains of any sort. The material is pretty resilient. May 1, 2014
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Bruce C asked: Where can I find the suspenders that are available for these pants? Anyone use them? Worth adding or not? Tried on a pair 36" pants and they will not allow me to fit my heated gear too. 38" would be too big for me! HELP Feb 6, 2014
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Jeffrey H: I ordered the suspenders (item 797925) from Revzilla.

The suspenders are excellent and a big feature of the pants in my opinion. They are very comfortable and keep the pants exactly where I want them regardless of how much I move. This also allows more of a loose fit around the waist for comfort, as well as room for heated gear, etc. I did add a sternum strap from an old back pack I no longer use to prevent the suspenders from sliding off my shoulders while riding. I think this is somewhat of an individual thing and most riders probably don't have an issue with the suspenders sliding off the shoulders.
Feb 18, 2014
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Eric D: I don't need the suspenders with these (although intuitively it sure seems to be a good idea)
the bigger size for me wallowed around in a way that didn't have me feel comfortable that these would stay in place in a crash.
The smaller size is so tight that they are not moving in any way.
Feb 18, 2014
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Rudy K: I use the Klim suspender (on my Badlands Pro Pant / Jacket combo) ... the more expensive one (@$50 ?)... they are great quality & are pretty heavy duty. Indeed, very comfortable...they keep the pants in position and make riding more comfortable. Mar 1, 2014
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Mark B: Klim makes two kinds of suspenders, one for about $50 and the other for about half. I bought the $25 pair....they work fine and they fit perfectly into the pants....I recommend. Mark Feb 18, 2014
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Greg B asked: Looks like the best bet is to go one size up? I'm a 38x30 currently. Guessing going to the 40 inch version is the right call and add some suspenders as I typically slim down to 36 in the spring and summer. Appreciate the feedback. Feb 2, 2014
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Bruce M: I went with my jeans size and they fit perfectly. But I'm quite slim and I like my stuff to feel a little snug. Really dislike a lot of wind flapping the stuff around. Or the possibility of something loose snagging on things. Also keeps the armour positioned better. IMHO Feb 3, 2014
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Piet H: I bought as per size chart and size was spot on. I do use the suspenders as they are very heavy pants. Feb 3, 2014
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Mark B: I thought they fit true to size....but I don't wear much under them, aka live in a warm area. Feb 18, 2014
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Stellario D: I would.

Feb 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can anybody speak to the black color and how it feels in the bright sun? I'm pretty warm bodied so I'm concerned about heating up in the black/hi-viz. Look forward hearing your feedback. Dec 18, 2013
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Bruce M: That was a concern of mine as well and the reason I was considering the grey pants. My problem was after seeing the jacket in grey, I personally didn't care for the way it looked. I wore my black/high vis through the Nevada desert on I-50 in late Aug. With the vents open and at 80mph on my 1200GS in 115F heat, I was warm but not uncomfortable. Now I wasn't being physically active on the bike, just sitting, but it was so hot you could see the air. Not mirage, as there was no humidity, the air. My bike also has an Aeroflow windshield the stops way more wind than any other design. I also did 50 miles of tight twisty gravel roads in the Okanagan Valley a few days later carrying a passenger on a 78F day and again with all the vents open I was comfortable. I did go through 2 liters of water going through the desert. The water bladder in the jacket was a bit of a life saver. It makes the jacket bulky and heavy but I thought it was worth the trade off. It seems that as long as you have some airflow the vents and the goretex did a good enough job for what I was doing. This has been the best gear I've ever owned. Hope this answers your question.
Dec 18, 2013
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Todd K: I love these pants. I did the Colorado BDR this summer and it was hot. Adventure riding at sustained speeds from 5 to 35 mph the airflow was sufficient to keep me cool. They are very robust and worth the money in my opinion. I prefer a little more knee protection so I augmented this with knee braces and took out the knee cups provided with the pants. There was plenty of room to fit these in the legs.

Go for it, you know you want them.

Dec 18, 2013
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Stan P: With all the vents open in the trouser legs (or the jacket for that matter also), I have not found the heat to be an issue at all.

Very comfortable fit, very different cut from previous brands I have used but works well.

I would highly recommend both the jacket and the pants on both fine and foul weather days.

Enjoy the journey - Stan.
Dec 29, 2013
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A shopper asked: I really want to buy a pair of these pants and the matching jacket as they have the features I am looking for, Goretex, new generation body armour, excellent venting and they are suitable for all year round adventure riding, but I am worried about fit as my waist is 102cm and my inseam to the ground is 76cm, any suggestions or alternatives with similar features?
Jun 16, 2014
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Francis H: I'm not too familiar with metric measurements but I too had a number of concerns with these products. I purchased the jacket about two years ago. I found it fit very well and the size was very close to my normal body measurements. I used the jacket in the Northwest riding in hard rain, some snow and in 105 degree heat. It performed great, I couldn't be happier. About 6 months ago I saved my pennies and purchased the pants. I did have a fit issue with the pants. My waist is 33 to 34 and I have a 32 inseam. I first ordered the regular length and found I wasn't satisfied with the length. I sent them back and got the extra long--life is now good. I just returned last week from riding the Utah Backcountry Route and the pants and jacket worked extremely well. Temperatures were well above 100 degrees daily and both products had very good ventilation. I'm very pleased with these products. Jun 16, 2014
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Piet H: Hi Wayne, my waste is about the same and my in seam is only slightly longer. I bough the Long version and think that the regular would have been better as knee armour is maxed out to be in right place. This is a great suit. Jun 21, 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.

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Men's Enduro Pants

Size Waist (in) Over-The-Boot Inseam Regular (in) Over-The-Boot Inseam Tall (in) In-The-Boot Inseam (in)
28 27 - 33 30 33 28.5
30 29 - 35 30 33 28.5
32 31 - 37 31 34 29.5
34 33 - 39 32 35 30.5
36 35 - 41 32 35 30.5
38 37 - 43 33 36 31.5
40 39 - 45 33 36 31.5
42 41 - 47 33 36 31.5

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Size Weight (lbs) Height (in) Waist (in) Hip & Seat (in) Inseam - Regular (in) Inseam - Tall (in) Inseam - Short (in)
XS 70-104 59 - 62 24 - 27 28 - 31 29 32 26
SM 105-155 63 - 72 28 - 31 32 - 35 30 33 27
MD 156-186 65 - 72 32 - 35 36 - 39 31 34 28
LG 187-210 66 - 76 36 - 39 40 - 43 32 35 29
XL 211-230 68 - 76 40 - 43 44 - 47 33 36 30
2XL 231-264 68 - 81 44 - 47 48 - 51 33 36 30
3XL 265-299 69 - 81 48 - 51 52 - 55 33 36 30
4XL 300-349 69 - 81 52 - 55 56 - 59 33 36 30
5XL 350+ 69 - 81 56 - 59 60 - 63 33 36 30

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

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Black / 28 773472 4053-000-028-000 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Black / 30 773474 4053-000-030-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 32 773476 4053-000-032-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
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Black / 42 773486 4053-000-042-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
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Black / 40 (Tall) 773498 4053-000-240-000 Out of Stock
Black / 42 (Tall) 773500 4053-000-242-000 Out of Stock
Grey / 28 773473 4053-000-028-660 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey / 30 773475 4053-000-030-660 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Grey / 32 773477 4053-000-032-660 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey / 34 773479 4053-000-034-660 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey / 36 773481 4053-000-036-660 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey / 38 773483 4053-000-038-660 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey / 40 773485 4053-000-040-660 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey / 42 773487 4053-000-042-660 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey / 30 (Tall) 773489 4053-000-230-660 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey / 32 (Tall) 773491 4053-000-232-660 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey / 34 (Tall) 773493 4053-000-234-660 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey / 36 (Tall) 773495 4053-000-236-660 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
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