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Klim Dakar Pants

The Klim Dakar Pant is the most popular off-road motorcycle pant for good reason. It combines unmatched durability, cargo capacity, comfort and the best controlled ventilation system ever designed for an over-the-boot pant. This all-new update for the Klim Dakar Pant incorporates a more refined fit around the knees and legs to reduce loose material, more articulation for on-the-bike comfort and thicker leather on the inner knees treated to resist moisture and stay flexible longer. The Klim Dakar Pant is the all-season off-road pant that is just at home conquering Dakar Rally stages as it is roosting your buddies on your local rides. Get in the most popular off-road pant today and experience real comfort and durability.


  • Durable, controlled ventilation over-the-boot off-road pant
  • Two large adjustable YKK-zippered thigh vents for custom airflow
  • Two smaller fixed-open rear leg vents
  • Heavy-duty 840D Cordura main body construction with durable water resistant (DWR) coating to deflect more water and mud
  • Durable and ultra-strong A&E heavy-duty nylon thread seam construction
  • Thicker, highly abrasion and melt-resistant leather on legs for maximum durability
  • Improved DWR treatment on leather to resist water and mud
  • Engineered stretch material in flex zones (above seat, above knee, groin and upper side hip)
  • Klim’s adjustable cuff system with Velcro brand fastener closures allows pant to be opened to adjust boot and knee guards/braces and cinched down as tight as desired around boots—fits a wide range of boots/braces/guards
  • Two YKK-zippered thigh cargo pockets with storm flap cover to deflect water and debris
  • 3M Scotchlite reflective material trim for illumination in dusk to dark
  • Adjustable waist via dual Velcro brand fastener cinch straps
  • Glove friendly zipper pullers
  • Articulated leg for added riding comfort
  • YKK fly zipper entry with storm flap secured by two snaps
  • Gripper elastic waist
  • High back yoke for maximum dirt protection
  • Hip and knee pad pockets (pads sold separately)
  • Technical hanging liner construction features stretch panels matching exterior shell stretch zones, highly breathable moisture wicking mesh lining at upper, durable nylon taffeta around lower leg, highly abrasion resistant 840D Cordura lining inner knee and around lower cuff
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I've always liked the Dakar pants I have the previous model and have been very happy with them. Tough pants. These fit a bit differently, a bit slimmer, I've not used my old pair as overpants, but I probably could. This pair doesn't have the room. The old model had thin armor at the hips and knees. These don't, but it's not a problem for me since I needed to buy some better knee armor anyways. I bought the regular length this time and they're plenty long. If you are looking for dual sport pants with a big emphasis on dirt, I don't think there is anything out there better (especially for the price) October 20, 2014
Baggy Pants.....HAMMER TIME! Took delivery of these and tried them on... holy cra*...apparently its hammer time, because these things are WAT too baggy. I put the appropriate knee and hip pads and they sit so low in the knee area that I don't think they would do any good in a spill. Even if the pads did position over my knee, they certainly wouldn't stay put to protect since there's so much extra room in the legs. I'm really not sure what these pants are good for, maybe for snowmobiling with several layers under these pants? Anyway, I'll be returning these as soon as I have a chance. This is no reflection on Revzilla, but Klim isn't my thing based on this experience... October 6, 2014
True fit sizing These pants fit great, I am 6'1" tall 165# I orderd 32" tall size and they fit perfect. October 6, 2014
Great product for the money durable good weather protection, comfortable all day riding, A little hard to keep clean. September 29, 2014
Klim Dakar Pants - Premium Pants I have tried and raced enduros/hare scrambles in may other brands. None come close to Klim. Cost more, but FAR superior in fit, construction, and features. August 18, 2014
A good pant but still searching for the right size. This is my second pair of motorcycle pants. I am 6' 1" and have a 31" waist. My previous pants (another brand) were a 32" Tall and they are so enormous that I never wear them. When I bought the Klim I ordered the 30" Tall and while the length is right the waist is a little tight but they are manageable. Overall, I am satisfied with the pants, they have been very comfortable while I have been riding and the pocket locations are good. The ventilation is adequate, The combination of the Dakar pants and jeans have kept me reasonably comfortable while riding in temps from the 50's-90's. I have not ridden with them in the rain but they kept me dry riding for several hours through heavy coastal mist (anyone living near the ocean on the west coast will know what I am talking about). Fortunately, I have not had the chance to test the pants in a crash but as others have said there is not much armor built into the pants so they are not going to do much but stop some abrasions in a low speed crash on the pavement or on the dirt - you definitely want to add some knee guards if you are planning on going hard (they fit well over the Fox knee guards I borrowed when test riding my cousin's new KTM-500). All and all, I am satisfied. July 21, 2014
Length of pant is only issue Iam 5'7 and a 34 inch waist and my only option is a 32 inseam which is two inches to big. It's more noticeable when you put knee pads in the pant. I had to pull them out because they set below the knee. Hip pad pockets in my mind are worthless . Make a better pocket or bigger pad. They make the tall and reg. in their pants but not short . As much as I like there pants this will prevent me and a lot of others from purchasing higher end klim pants. At 900 you would think they would offer short sizes. July 17, 2014
These pants are very functional and well made. Zipper and stitiching are quality. I work on my motorcycle and these Klim pants are exactly what I needed for a variety of conditions. I have a 32" waist and stand 5'11". When I replace these I would probably get the longer inseam, but the regular inseam is fine. I wear bicycle shorts underneath and the pants are very comfortable. They don't come with armor, but the abrasion protection appears adequate. I am discerning about moto gear and I like this product. July 14, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Alex F: Recommended as great fit/protection by experienced riders for longer trips. Sep 6, 2014
Robert T: Dual sport riding. These pants are very comfortable and fit great over mt Forma boots. When you pull down the zippers in the front the ventilation is awesome. I got the gray color thinking they would be cooler that the black which i think would absorbe the heat to much Aug 31, 2014
CATALINO D: Klim quality and I wanted a riding pants with better vents over my existing riding pants Jun 30, 2014
Gentil N: Vents!!! and durability of course. Did I mention the Vents! Jun 6, 2014
Joseph B: Did my homework on all the available over-the-boot off road riding pants and the Klim Dakar was the obvious choice. I have other Klim gear and have never been disappointed. Jun 1, 2014
Daniel P: Great reviews! After trying them on I can see why the reviews were so great. I'll offer more feedback once I've had them for a while. May 30, 2014
Trevor W: searched the web for the best off road pants & the klim dakar pants came up trumps for the price. May 21, 2014
Boaz B: Reviews May 5, 2014
Cyndy K: I have a pair of Dakar pants. I've worn them constantly for 3 years. Off road riding. They are getting so worn out I chose to buy a new pair because these pants are great. Excellent protection especially with the D30 armor. Apr 30, 2014
Brian L: I have Klim Chinook pants and wanted some over the boot pants. Apr 28, 2014
Ken P: These Klim Dakar pants are the best I have ever worn. Great air flow with the zippers on the thigh and very high quality. Worth every penny! Apr 27, 2014
Mark D: Ships quickly great service Apr 4, 2014
james c: Good quality. Mar 30, 2014
Neil R: I was told it's the best for South African wearher Feb 26, 2014
Eyal E: good reviews Feb 23, 2014
P A: Very very comfortable fit & also exceptional air vents Feb 14, 2014
Lynn H: I borrowed a pair from a friend for a two day off-road ride and loved them. His were 2012 so I'm looking forward to trying out the latest version. Jan 1, 2014
Dennis P: High elastic back at waist. Precise tailoring, venting, pipe protected area and reputation for quality. Nov 18, 2013
Regina R: Needed well made, well ventilated pants for ride from Tecate to Cabo (Baja) in late September. Going to be hot, going to be 1400 miles off-road. Have heard lots of good things about Klim gear and their quality, figure this will be a good test. Sep 11, 2013
Christopher M: They fit the style of pants that I need, get great reviews, and the price was just right. Aug 20, 2013
A shopper asked: Can you please put up a video for this pant, Along with which brand - CE knee guard can be used along or fits well ? Oct 13, 2013
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Ian B: I'd suggest you wear armor that attaches more directly to you than rides in the pants for these. They are a loose cut, intended to go over protective gear or knee braces. That loose fit makes them comfortable, you can get air circulating, and get them over armor - but will allow any knee armor to shift easily away from where you're trying to protect in the event of a fall.

Under these I wear the Forcefield Zeus knee armor, and quite like them. Though there's lots of other options for armor that is worn more directly on the body. If you expect to be in an area with a lot of rocks, like desert west or mountains vs. more muddy/woods terrain you might focus on armor with a hard exterior layer to help deflect any falls on pointy rocks vs. the softer stuff like Forcefield makes.

But as an aside, the Zeus knee armor works well. I put it to the test at Cornerspin when I went down hard at one point.
Oct 14, 2013
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Terry R: The Klim pads I ordered with these pants were too long to fit in the knee pockets so I used the ones out of my Joe Rocket pant. Sorry, I have no vid. Oct 14, 2013
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Daniil A: I purchased KLIM d30 armor for these pants (separately) and its fits excellent. Best tech on the market as far as protection too.. Oct 14, 2013
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Todd J: I purchased online "Klim CE Armor Kit, Pants" - included knee and hip armor which fits the pants. Oct 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can these pants be used for cold weather riding as well? Say 20-30F? I would like to save a little $$ by buying one pair of pants. I was thinking that I could use over fleece pant but didn't know if they were fully vented or not. Thanks. Jan 17, 2014
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Joe T: Remember the rule of thumb is to subtract 20 degrees from the ambient temperature to equate passing through the air on a bike - your 20 - 30F becomes 0 - 10F.

I ride in Colorado and Utah (week long adventure rides with camping when I can) where the temps can change quite a bit throughout the day and night. Given my budget range (no $600 pants for me) the Klim Dakar pants have been great but there are limits. Alternating between athletic type briefs for the warmer days and a pair of mid weight thermals for cooler weather has helped to extend the Dakars usable range. When I do ride in 20 degree weather what I've got on top has more to do with my overall warmth then the pants - the liner in my Tourmaster plus a heavy weight thermal and a balaclava under the helmet really helps to keep my heat in.

I have had some long, very cold rides heading back home on the slab after a week in the woods, at pace for many hours nothing I have is keeping me warm enough.

Semi technical trail riding from camp site to camp site over the course of a number of days (in cold weather) the Klims have been good as long as I've got the thermals underneath.

The main vents have long zippers so regulating heat/air flow is pretty easy. The stretch panels on the inner thighs will let a certain amount of air migrate through, you have no control over them. That being said it's a relatively small surface area and the articulation/flexibility of the panels really adds to the pants comfort.

Good luck and happy riding!
Jan 25, 2014
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William S: I bought these for spring and fall 60-80F. I am a wimp in the cold and these pants fit me pretty true to size so maybe I can wear some thermals under them if needed, but for me that's about it. These pants have a couple of non-closable vents as well as a couple of large closable vents. I have a pair of Klim Latitute Misano pants for colder rides 30-60F with a thermal base layer. like I said.... I am a wimp and 80% of my riding is on the highway. I have the mesh version for >80F. I hope this helps! Jan 17, 2014
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REINIER R: IM using mine as low as 45* at night here in NV and its good except you feel little cold where the stretch part of the pants going 45-55mph. Long rides I put on long johns, short rides just the pants only. Hope that helps, Im vere happy with my purchase. Jan 17, 2014
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John S: I rode 26 miles today and yes they would work fine in
30- 40 deg temps.
They only vent when you zip open the vents. Haven't rode with
Them in warm weather yet, and hope they aren't to warm?
Jan 19, 2014
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Dennis P: They have zippered vents. The best double zippers I have seen.
I have several different weight layering pants for bicycling that I wear depending on temperature.
Great pants.
Jan 17, 2014
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Daniil A: they are quite heavy actually and are really great for cooler weather, but for cold weather you would be better of putting warm underpants and these will work OK. Jan 17, 2014
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Matthew H asked: Can I order a size up (40) and hope to be able to wear jeans under them? May 22, 2014
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Mark D: I'm sure its possible however I don't feel that it will very comfortable. You will still have to take your boots off to get the pants off. The pants are oversize as they allow room for knee braces. They are very comfortable with using Alpinestar liners or Under Armour liners. The styling allows you to be comfortable while lounging around with an adult beverage. I just finished a 3 week trip in mainland Mexico using the Klim Mojave Pants, the vented version of Dakar Pants. 5300 miles of asphalt and dirt speeds up to 110 miles, sea level to 10000 feet, temperature was 55-95 degrees. I was very comfortable the entire time, 2 of the other 3 riders wore the same pants. We were riding KTM 950/990. Cheers Mark May 29, 2014
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REINIER R: you can size up but I would not recommend wearing a jeans inside as its too hot inside if ur using in warm climate. Yes there are vents there but they only work when ur moving, on stop lights you will sweat a lot. hope that helps. May 29, 2014
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Bryan D: I ordered a pair of 34's (klim dakars) and they fit nice and loose (with waste adjustability). I've been able to get dressed for the gym and wear my workout clothes under them with no problem. I think jeans would also work too. May 29, 2014
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Dennis P: If you are riding trails jeans will be way to hot under these. OK for cold weather road riding. I would order a 38 and a 40 and return the size you reject. May 29, 2014
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Matthew H: Thanks! Ordered 38 and love them! Was worried about being too cold, but I have long johns that will fit under. Pants are great!!!! May 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can these be worn under the boot??? Sep 25, 2013
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Michael G: I don't. Why would you? If you want in the boots pants save yourself a few bucks and order the in the boot Dakars. Sep 25, 2013
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Jeff H: I don't see they couldn't be worn under your boot. I have not worn them that way. They are a great product. Good luck! Sep 25, 2013
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Vic H: You could I suppose, but it would be like putting reg pants in the boot, not the best Sep 25, 2013
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j d: Depends on how big a boot the shopper wears. But probably not. Sep 25, 2013
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Stephen S: NO Sep 25, 2013
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john b asked: I have a BMW 2005 R1200ST. My Paris Dakar days are over. These Klim Dakars sound great .Is there any reason I oughtn't consider them for sport touring and short trip riding ? Jun 12, 2014
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Stephen S: John - I bought my Dakar pants for off road riding but have used them some for long distance road trips. I think they are great pants and very comfortable. However, I think they are a little too baggy for road trips. I called Klim after buying them and asked them what armor I should purchase and they recommended D30 for knees and hips. This armor works but the knee pads don't stay in place because they are so baggy. I ended up using strap on knee pads. I don;t really like to wear them much on the road. I prefer slimmer pants. I also have the Klim Latitude pants for road touring and am happy with them. Just my experience. Good luck! Jun 12, 2014
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Daniel P: These pants are incredible. Read the other reviews you will not be disappointed. Jun 12, 2014
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james w: No. I love them. We'll worth the money. Only con is they aren't waterproof. Jun 13, 2014
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john b: I have some good rainpants that pack small and some slip on Dainese knee armor to take up some of the bagginess. So that takes care of the 2 short comings.Thanks for your help.. Jun 13, 2014
Jason C: These pants seem to be bomber. I've only got about 2000 miles on then so far. They are really comfortable, and have great ventilation. I like the fit as other pants I've had were bulky and sloppy. They have well thought out locations for flexible fabricthat I think really help make them so comfortable. I can't say regarding rain as I've been fortunate this spring to have good weather. They are really solid for the price. Jun 15, 2014
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George V asked: Which is better for warm weather sport touring riding: The Klim Dakar or the Olympia Airglide 3? Sep 26, 2014
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Alex W: I have never used the Olympia but have the Klim Dakar. First get the light color ones. They are a lot cooler than I first thought with lots of air flow. I live in South Africa so it gets hot here and I find them comfortable and cool. Sep 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can these be worn over jeans? Apr 24, 2014
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Neil R: If you like the pants sitting a bit loose without a jean it can probable work.
On its own the pants fits perfectly and I would rather suggest a body warmer if you want to wear something underneath.
Apr 25, 2014
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Michael P: Not really, they are pretty much regular pants, not over-pants... Apr 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm interested in the Klim Dakar pants. I saw on reviews of a different Klim pant a review where the reviewer said the cloth covering the backside was not abrasion resistant. Is that true for the Dakar pants as well? I see on the Dakar pants description it says 840D Cordura is used on the body of the pants, but I wanted to be sure, given the review I saw. Thanks. Mar 26, 2014
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Joe T: There is Cordura covering the seat and a medium sized area on the back of the thigh as well as down around the cuff. In between those areas is a combination of gussets, vents and stretch panels.

Presuming you are looking for butt coverage - it's there and nicely fitted though the entire length of the rear of the pant is NOT Cordura.

I've probably got about 1200 miles, mostly off road on my pair (these are my first). I pack minimally and camp everywhere I go so inevitably I spend a lot of time in the pants throughout the day (more than riding - hiking, setting up camp, sitting on my ass in the woods, etc.) The backside has been more than durable enough for my needs so far.

For the price I think these are nice pants. The most you'll get out of them is three seasons (and that's with an under layer during cold rides) and the front pockets are small. All in all a good product.

Good luck and rubber side down!

Mar 26, 2014
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Dan B asked: Dan B You asked: Hello, I own a Klim Latitude Misano jacket in Hi-Vis yellow and I couldn't be happier with it. I absolutely busted the bank to buy that jacket.
I'm doing a month long trip aboard my 2009 Concours-14 next August thru Arizona, New Mexico and Utah.
I was originally wondering if the Klim Mojave Pant would be suitable for extended riding such as this ? After posting my question on the Mojave side, i received excellent feedback which has caused me to reconsider and go with the Dakar Pant. I understand I'd need a rain pants for weather days.
I commute on the C-14 everyday about 50 miles round trip, so I need something that will last but I can't afford the matching Latitude pants right now
Thank you for the advice and I am totally open to suggestions.
Dan NOV 1, 2013
Nov 4, 2013
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Jeff H: I think the Dakars with optional D30 knee and hip armor would fit your needs. Nov 5, 2013
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SM 105-155 63 - 72 28 - 31 32 - 35 30 33 27
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