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The updated Latitude Misano Jacket enters the KLIM family with adventurous, comfortable riding in mind. Delivering increased mobility and lighter-weight while still providing KLIM-worthy durability, the Latitude Misano series is set to perform. For riders ready to ride in a broken-in jacket and pant from the get-go, the Latitude Misano offers the easiest fit. The GORE-TEX Performance Shell and Misano Cordura fabric laminate in the main body of each piece adds flexibility while KLIM’s 840D Cordura and GORE-TEX Laminate take on the toughest duties in the highest abrasion zones.
The Latitude collar is constructed from a soft fabric to help alleviate bunching and discomfort. Also, specific panels in the main body are now made from Misano Cordura GORE-TEX laminate which is lighter weight and more flexible.
GORE-TEX 2-Layer Performance Shell
Guaranteed to keep you dry
D30 CE-Rated integrated armor system
Includues D3O armor at the shoulders, elbows and back
Misano Cordura laminate exterior in main body
840D Cordura laminate exterior in high abrasion zones
High-Mobility active fit patterning
Max flow ventilation: 5 ports
2 arm and 2 pit zip intakes
1 back exhaust vent
6 external pockets (2 long chest "map" pockets, 3 cargo pockets, 1 sleeve ID pocket)
4 internal pockets (2 zippered, 2 open stash)
1 secret internal pocket
Mesh comfort liner
Jacket-to-Pant zipper integration system
Zippered waist/hip expansion panel
Adjustable waist cinch straps
2 sleeve adjustment straps
Lined comfort collar
Velcro adjustable wrist closures
Industrial grade 3M Scotchlite reflective panels and trim
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Alex P: Good price point, especially with D30, and Klim has a great reputation for quality. This jacket has been amazing so far.May 5, 2015
Brian P: Klim is KING and this significantly extends my riding season in chicago.Mar 10, 2015
Matthew L: I've tried 4 season gear with included Gore-tex and thermal liners. Honestly, I felt like I was getting ready to go skiing -- just bulky and uncomfortable. The folks at Revzilla turned me on to this one -- Gore-Tex outer (read, water and wind proof with breathability) while keeping me in control how I layer underneath. Looks to be a great all-season set of gear!Mar 2, 2015
Mitchell B: Wanted a Summer Klim, since this one vents well from the chest.
All good, but the HI Vis is really not going to work for me. Only in 2 street rides I could see that every bug splat was toing to go on the collar and chest. Jeez! I like my stuff spiffy! I should have chosen the BLACK. and wore a Hi Vis Vest.Dec 20, 2014
Brian V: Excellent sale price offered by RevZilla! This is the ultimate riding jacket!Dec 17, 2014
Jim L: Wanted a good, water-proof/water-resistant touring jacket with hi vis features. From reviews I've read, this should meet my needs.Dec 10, 2014
Gary O: The sale finally got me to purchase. Fits great, bought a 2XL. Not to heavy. Great for cooler days and it has quite a few vents for the warmer days. Still not cheap, even on sale, but I'll pay the extra for comfort and safety.Oct 14, 2014
William H: Wanted a two-piece riding jacket + pants for those times the one-piece 'Stich wouldn't be as adaptable. The Klim gear is fantastically engineered, functional and attractive. Hi-Viz is a must!Oct 13, 2014
Mark M: Brand Reputation Features for the $$ and good reviews.Oct 4, 2014
Jimmy M: It seems like a nice mix of features to price. I was looking for all weather riding gear for mild to cold temperatures. I have other jackets for the height of Gulf coast summers, this will be my main travel / touring set up.Sep 26, 2014
George L: Roadcrafter is 11 years old and I want something new to wear to Barber next month. This looks pretty good and has favorable reviews.Sep 26, 2014
David Z: Klim reputation and looks pretty coolSep 2, 2014
David L: Saw them at bike show, read recommendations on a sport touring forum, read and compared specs on similar models.Jun 9, 2014
michael w: Wanted Gor Tex to keep from changing clothes with the weatherApr 20, 2014
Raymond L: recommended to me by satisfied customerMar 11, 2014
Dave K: Did a bunch of research (too much?) and tried on a ton of jackets, and decided that this should be the perfect jacket for may near-daily commute, weekly dirt road exploration, and whatever else I decide to throw at it...Mar 3, 2014
Laurie B:Sorry , I don't know about a Women's size chart for Kim. However, I bought a Mizuno in small and it fits great. I'm 5'7", 145 lbs (working on it!), wear size 10 or 8 pants (32" inseam) and medium or small tops (you know how women's' clothes' sizing goes). My husband has a medium Milano that was too big all around. The size small, with the side zips undone, fits great. Hope this helps.
Ps: I realllllllllly wanted the hi viz but needed a jacket in October. You would think that a 2013 jacket would be available for Oktoberfest but no. really I also needed it in Nov, Dec, and will need it in Jan.Dec 16, 2013
A shopper asked:Hi guys. I am thinking about buying this jacket and the big doubt is about the size. I read some reviews and I think medium size would be good but according to the size chart the large could also fits me.
My measures are: 5'8" tall, 40" chest, 38" waist and 31" sleeve.
I don't like to feel lose wearing jackets bigger than me.
Don R:I started with a "recommended" medium from Revzilla and ended up in a Large. Below is a note that I sent along to KLIM. My recommendation is to go with the appropriate arm measurement from the Klim charts.
The KLIM sizing charts do measure the “sleeve length” from the spine to the wrist (I measured 32+” which is well outside the Medium range). I was pretty sure that the Medium was going to be way short in the arms, but more importantly, as soon as I tried it on, it was clear that I couldn’t move my arms forward enough without binding. So, at least for my build, the “measured sleeve length” was really the critical issue. Revzilla thought I’d be swimming in the body of the Large at only 165lbs and 6’1”. But, the Large is about perfect! On my sport touring bike where I’m leaned forward, the sleeves are good – any shorter wouldn’t work. On my upright touring bike, the sleeves are maybe 0.5” longer than perfect, as the bottom lower of the sleeve touches the hand grip – not annoying though. Since the I’m usually on the sport tourer, things are good. Even with the waist belt loosened all the way off, the fit is fine.
So, since the above note, I've done a 6200 mile ride. The jacket and pants are great - and waterproof. As mentioned above, I could not move well in the shoulders in the Medium. While the large is bigger in the body than I need, I was able to comfortably wear my camelback under the jacket and still layer up as needed. The smallest of issues was that under a fraction of circumstances, the sleeve would ride up and the sleeve strap would bind on the inside of my elbow. Ventilation was excellent and chest pockets have seemed watertight.
For what its worth, I wear a 33 or 34" waist/34" inseam jean and Revzilla also recommend the 32T pants. These fit, but only with the belt loosened all the way off. I traded the 32T in for a 34T and it is fine. I have the waist tightened up all the way, but ultimately that benefited the layering. No complaints.Sep 2, 2014
Thomas N:I have this jacket in medium. My measurements are: Chest 38; Waist 32; Sleeve 30; Height 6.
If you bought it in medium, you would not be able to have anything significantly warm under it, and I think you would find it too short in the sleeves. I like mine and it fits perfectly, but as you can see, I am slightly smaller than you (except for height).
I don't know about the large version and how much bigger it gets, as I don't have that one, obviously. In winter time, I would probably have preferred a large, as it gets a bit hard to move when I have insulation underneath, but in summer, spring and autuum, the medium is perfect for me. Good luck!Sep 1, 2014
Peter C:Get the medium. I've been wearing the medium and I'm 5'10" tall, 32" waist and 34" sleeve and I wear 40 size suits though my chest measurement is actually 38". I've cinched things down to be snug on me to keep out cold drafts, but then loosen up things for warmer weather to let more air flow through. The sleeves might feel long to you as they are perfect for me. I've cinched in the neck a lot since I'm a 15 1/2" neck. I highly recommend this jacket, but not for really hot humid days - go with a mesh jacket for that. It's a high quality jacket that will not disappoint.Sep 1, 2014
TAN L:I'm 5'8", 40" chest, 32" waist, 160 lbs. The large was a good choice for me because I wear a sweatshirt under my jacket for warmth, while riding in 30 degree weather. The adjustable straps can be tightened, making the jacket smaller, when I'm not wearing thicker clothes. Although rated as a four season jacket, it's really a three season here in Texas. Not good for hot climates, too Hot!
If you're riding in 50-70 degree weather, the medium would be a better choice since you don't like a loose jacket.Sep 1, 2014
Don K:I have the large, when l bought it I had lost a lot of weight and had a 36 waist and the jacket was loose fitting. I gained back some weight and at a 38 waist it was a little more snug, now at a 40 inch waist it is pretty snug and l think this is the limit at 42 I don't think I could wear it. I'm at the limit with the pants too. Love the product, it is fantastic in the rain. Hope this helps, good luck with your choice.Sep 1, 2014
Jeff F:I had similar concerns about sizing. I'm between a Large and an XL. I went with the Large for 2 reasons: 1) Like you, I'd didn't want the jacket too loose, and 2) I have heated gear, so my base layer never gets too bulky even on the coldest days. Hope that helps ...Sep 1, 2014
Raymond L:Definitely runs big and is good for layering. Also the extra space leaves room for the ventilation to work. If you like it tight, then buy the small of the two but expect to be hot if the temp is above 70.Sep 2, 2014