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Klim Latitude Misano Jacket

Updated for Fall 2012!

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.

New for Fall 2012, the Latitude collar is constructed from a softer 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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Klim Latitude Misano Jacket 4.6 5 69 69
Awesome Everyday Jacket I've ridden in cheap gear for too many years and I finally hit a tipping point a little over a year ago. I've been doing a lot of adventure touring, and all of my old gear was too bulky, restrictive, poor fitting, and difficult to use. I ended up picking up a (different) Klim jacket and pants. I enjoyed that jacket so much that I decided to get a new everyday jacket. I moved to Klim for one main reason. I wanted a technical, waterproof shell. I'm a notorious for being too stubborn to pull over and put a rain liner in. The Latitude is very waterproof. When I roll up on a storm, I just zip up the vents. Since the shell itself is waterproof, it sheds water instead of soaking it up like other jackets with zip-in liners do. I've been in some heavy storms, but I haven't put it to the test with one of those hour-long torrential downpours yet. The fit of the Latitude is amazing. I wear a medium in street clothes, but I typically have to get a large in motorcycle jackets. As a consequence those jackets bunch up in the arms and at the waist. I took careful measurements and went with Klim's recommendation of a medium and I couldn't be happier. I'm a little heavy right now, and the jacket fits snug with a fleece and electric jacket underneath. The tailored fit means that it is a dream in the wind. One of my bikes is naked, and the jacket doesn't flap at all. I haven't owned the Latitude in the Summer yet, but it may be too hot for stop and go traffic in the South. I'm going to give it a shot though. If it's one thing that I've learned with my other Klim jacket, it is well designed jacket can flow more air around the body keeping you cooler than a poorly designed jacket with large, flat mesh panels. Sounds crazy, look at Dakar racers. My other Klim jacket was a dream at 102 degrees last summer...while I was moving. As far as armor goes, the Latitude use their pliable armor, which makes it fit really well. It does not have a chest protector like more serious jackets, but it definitely has better stock armor than another other non-Klim jacket that I've owned. Other than ventilation, waterproofness, and armor, this jacket doesn't really haven any other major features. This is just a great comfortable and safe jacket for everyday. And lastly, the Latitude is a sharp looking jacket. I get compliments all the time. It helps that it fits slim. However, I always look around when they ask me the price to make sure I don't get mugged. Sure it's an expensive jacket, but I plan on having it for a long time. I think a lot of other companies are trying to fight quality with feature sets. Helmets are a perfect example. Gimmicky features compromise comfort and safety unless they're designed really well (read expensive). I liken Klim to Apple and their competitors to a bunch of Android manufactures trying to differentiate with bullet-points and price. Makes since, those are both objective measures. Quality, comfort, and performance are all highly subjective and so you can't trust a manufacturer that claims the deliver all of those...because they all say they do. It's called advertising. LOL. Seriously though, save up for nice gear. And if you don't like it, use RevZilla's generous return policy. March 17, 2014
Really nice jacket... This is the first "medium" piece of clothing I've worn in years. I've been losing weight, but for most products am moving from XL to L. Measurements for chest and belly are 40", Hips at largest are 42" and this is where they fit most snug. Haven't been in rain with it yet, but it seals great in the cold (I think GoreTex is the best for this, as well as for rain) and vents very well. It is quite comfortable at 80F and I expect that it will be as cool as anything other than mesh when the temp goes up. It has high quality of craftsmanship and materials and I appreciate the complete set of D3O armor. I tried a L first and Revzilla was quite helpful and responsive for the return. February 16, 2014
Finally! A stylish jacket that fits me well. First off, I'm 6'3" 185lbs. I'm tall and lean and have narrowish shoulders so finding a jacket that fits me was a challenge. After trying on many jackets that were either too big or too small, I stumbled upon the Klim Latitude, tried it on in a Medium, and found that it fit like a glove. Looking at sizing charts, I never would have guessed I'd be a medium in anything, but this seems to work for me. I prefer a tight cut over a bag flapping in the wind. This jacket is tight, looks good, and still allows room for a puffy jacket underneath. The sleeves are just a hair short, but my gloves more than make up for it. The jacket was stiff at first, but after a few weeks of riding, it's gotten much better. It handles well on and off-road. January 27, 2014
Excellent jacket! My first experience with the Klim brand. Purchased this jacket and the matching pants. I wear a XL shirt/jacket, and ordered the XL. At first I thought I was going to have to return the jacket as it seemed enormous compared to my old jacket. I decided to give it some more test fitting with all of my liners and heated gear in case I did need to return it. Now after 2 months, I am glad I stayed with the XL. Once the heated jacket liner goes on it is nearly a perfect fit. I'm 5'10" at 190 lbs and I think the arms are too long. Without fastening the velcro at the wrists, the jacket arms are nearly halfway into my palms. Speaking of arms the preformed bend in the arms does improve the overall comfort as the material doesn't bunch at your elbows. Klim thought of nearly everything in the design. The attention to the details is evident in the features and materials used. So far it has been cold riding as I got the jacket in the end of Nov. A ride less than an hour and I can go jacket and long sleeve shirt to about 45 degrees F. On a longer or colder ride I'm wearing my heated jacket liner. So far no rides in the rain. I was purchasing products less than half in price, they just didn't hold up, and always leaked water within the first year or two. I'm sold on the Klim brand. January 26, 2014
Goretex will save you! Awesome suit! 6000+ miles, no problems. From 17F to 90F, rain, desert, blah blah blah. This suit is everything you expect from an adventure suit. Super waterproof, well ventilated, doesn't get saturated in heavy rain. When you pay this price for a suit, you want it to do everything they say it will and it does. The lower pockets on the outside have tiny velcro and I don't know why they don't have snaps or fastex buckles. They don't stay closed as well as they should. December 12, 2013
Great jacket with great fit After a long time of searching info on the internet, reading on forums and even trying the jackets I decided to go for the latitude (over the badlands). My weight approx 200 lbs and 6' I was between a Medium and Large, but by preferring the tight fit and short sleeve length the Medium fits perfectly, even with the klim midlayer. Just received the jacket so for the moment I do not have any practical experiences.............thanks revzilla for the great service! December 3, 2013
Best jacket I have owned Love this jacket. I have a good amount of miles on it now, still looks like new, durable and very comfortable. It is good for 4 seasons, protects you well from all weather conditions and has good ventilation for warm weather. I live in Florida and use it all year, although it could be a bit warm in the hot summer months, but need it with me because is perfect for rainy days, which in Florida could be any day. I also gave it a good try this year through the smokey mountains during the fall,kept me warm and comfy all the time. Good storage compartments/pockets, great windbreaker, good protection from rocks, bugs and rain. Fits well, adjustable to your needs. I am very satisfied with this purchase. Bought the matching pants as well. November 26, 2013
Thank you Filip Lewicki with Revzilla Customer Service! Here goes my detailed story hoping it may assist future Klim Latitude Misano jacket buyers that may have a similar buying experience. I am 5'9" tall and weigh about 155 lbs. I am broad-shouldered. I have a 42" chest and 34-35" arms. Filip truly went to great lengths to make sure I ordered the correct size jacket. There are no Klim dealers in my area (Dallas, TX) so I relied 100% on Filip's advice over the telephone/email. He personally located and tried on two different sized jackets (small and medium) and sent me pics via email. Luckily, Filip is built similarly to me. A picture really is worth a thousand words! Along with the pics he attached to the various emails he sent me, he made personal recommendations based on how the different sized jackets fit him. I purchased a medium Latitude Misano jacket (with D3O armor removed) to be worn over a size medium Fox Titan Sport long-sleeved ballistic jersey in the cooler months. The jacket will be worn with D3O armor in place to be worn over a size medium Tourmaster Synergy (electric) liner jacket in the winter. I find that the jacket fits me rather well. The sleeves are the perfect length on and off the bike. A huge plus for me is the bungee cord adjustment at the top of the jacket collar. Once cinched down, it does a wonderful job of keeping the heat produced by my electric liner jacket from escaping from the jacket during cold rides (hot air rises!). On the other hand, the jacket vents very well when all 7 vents are opened in 86 degree farenheit weather. Thanks to the Gore Tex, the jacket is completely windproof. I rode my motorcycle home from work the other day for 20 highway miles at 70 MPH in 60 degree farenheit weather. I wore the jacket over my synthetic t-shirt and the pants over my underwear. I was never cool or cold! The thing that impressed me the most when I first wore the jacket was just how substantial and rugged (i.e. heavy) it was! Even though my Latitude jacket is made in China, the craftsmanship seems top notch. I opted for the light gray colorway. It is gorgeous and different (not to mention cooler in the warmer months) compared to the basic black colorway in my opinion. Hope this review helps someone:) November 20, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Ken P: Awesome jacket! Fit and finish is second to none! The reviews helped me so much with sizing, so I'm gonna share my stats. I'm normally an XL in everything, but I went with a Large based on the reviews I read and it fits absolutely perfect! I'm 6'2" and 215lbs. with a normal build. Spend the money on this jacket!!! Apr 13, 2014
David C: After lots of researching this jacket represented the best value on the market while meeting my needs, lightweight, good protection, single layer, garment waterproof and breathable. Apr 1, 2014
Joseph K: Waterproof! Need reliable and guaranteed waterproof gear for trip to Alaska. THis fit great, particularly when I mounted a bike in riding position. Mar 31, 2014
Timothy D: Last jacket I plan to buy! Mar 28, 2014
Joel S: Top quality gear. Non-layered jacket, textile, gortex, armor all in one layer. Mar 19, 2014
Richard G: Very happy with pants. Only way to go next was jacket! Mar 19, 2014
Richard K: So glad I bought this KLIM. Feb 18, 2014
Tom K: I had been waiting for the hi res Badlands jacket to be re stocked, but couldn't wait any longer. It appears this jacket will do everything that I ask. Feb 18, 2014
Dan H: GORTEX without a liner. need I say more... Jan 13, 2014
Richard S: Gore-tex shell with full body armor. Good fit and nice styling. Dec 22, 2013
Lakiri H: Best bang for the buck Nov 25, 2013
david r: goretex...worked awesome on my 6k cross country journey in early November! Nov 22, 2013
wolfgang e: good catalogue information and description Nov 1, 2013
Peter N: Didn't have a high quality gortex shell and didn't want to have to use a layered gortex liner all the time. This jacket also has high quality armor and great zipper features including pit zips, side zips and a two way front zip so the bottom of the jacket lays right when on the bike Oct 10, 2013
Marcin M: Heard that its a good brand and tried it on on a motorcycle rally. Sep 6, 2013
Randy P: I was able to try this jacket out while on a long ride from desert heat to mountain cool, to coastal temps. I was sold on the jacket by the time i was done. Aug 21, 2013
A shopper asked: The RevZilla site lists this jacket with D3O armor all around, however looking at other sites including the manufacturers site, there is no mention of D3O armor in this jacket...

Does this come with the orange D3O level 1 armor or is it coming with more generic CE armor?

Also, if it comes with D3O armor, what level is the back protection? Does this jacket accommodate an added in-jacket chest protector like the badlands?
Dec 25, 2013
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Robert C: I believe the older jackets did not have the D30 armour as it is a fairly new product. It is my understanding that the D30 armour only became available in the Latitude jacket in the summer of 2013. I purchased my Latitude jacket from Revzilla in the summer of 2013 and I just visually confirmed that it came with D30 armour in the back, shoulder & elbows! It is possible that Joseph G purchased older stock.

You may be able to wear the jacket with a chest protector but that would depend on what size chest protector ane the jacket size you wear. I am not qualified to advise on the level of protection the D30 offers but I am impressed how hard it feels when you give it a sudden blow!
Jan 19, 2014
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Joseph G: it does not come with the D3O armor. Jacket has back protection and does not accommodate in-jacket chest protector like the badlands. I purchased the D3O armor from Black Dog Cycle works last summer and have been very pleased. Dec 26, 2013
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Joseph K: D3O armor.
There is no chest protector but there is room with the sizing to allow this to be added.
Jan 20, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi there! I live in equatorial Asia and need a jacket/pants system to wear during the monsoon season. I'm debating on this or an Alpinestars Durban. How does this jacket stack up? Is it cool enough to wear in tropical climates (30-40C) or am I better off with a removable liner?

Oct 20, 2013
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Alan H: Hi Mike- I tried several different systems when I lived in the Philippines, with mixed results. The most waterproof were also the one's that I sweat in the most on long rides...and "breathable"laminates were all eventually overmatched by the torrents. Finally I broke down and went all-in on this Klim system with the reasoning as follows: Gore fabric continues to be the industry standard for waterproof/breathable, and I have not been disappointed. I rode the length of the Blue Ridge Parkway in this...I had a day of constant rain, I had a FULL day of torrential downpours, and as I popped out the end and headed to Florida, I had great sun. This jacket/pant system took it all. It has some very good venting on the jacket (pants are adequate), and the only time I got a little wet was when I tried to one-hand the arm pit zip when the sun went in and it started drizzling. They are "welded" zippers, and can take some attention to close fully for a water tight seal. Now, it isn't equatorial Asia, but it was the Southeastern area of the US in late June, and that can get pretty steamy. It doesn't flow air (or water) like a mesh jacket, obviously, but if waterproof and breathable for bearable hot weather riding is what you want, this system does that very well. Good luck! Alan Oct 20, 2013
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Matt L: I've never seen an Aplinestars Durban, so I can't give you much feedback on that. From what I see in the Revzilla video, the Gortex layer is in the removable liner, so you'll lose your waterproof/breathable layer if you remove it. That doesn't make sense to me, but I'm sure they have a reason for designing it that way.

What I can tell you is that I LOVE my Klim jacket. The jacket feels kind of heavy when you're holding it, but it fits me so well that I can't even feel it when I'm wearing it. I like to think the weight of the jacket speaks to the quality of the materials.

I bought the jacket primarily because it has no removable layers. I don't like the bulkiness of the removable layers and the time it takes to remove/install them. I much prefer to add my own base layers as needed.

I don't ride in the rain very much, so I can't really comment on how waterproof the jacket is. What I can tell you is that the breathablity of the Gortex is for real. I live in the midwestern USA where the high temperatures range from the high 80s and low 90s for several weeks in the summer. It is also very humid during those weeks.

I sweat a lot and very easily so proper ventilation and cooling was an important consideration for me when choosing a jacket. Gortex was an obvious choice - it's expensive, but worth it. When I ride in the summer, I typically wear a cotton T-shirt or an Underarmor base layer that wicks away moisture if it's really hot. I'm always impressed by how little sweat is showing on my shirts when I take off my jacket after riding. The combination of the Gortex performance and ventilation seem to work very well for me.

One thing to consider is the fit. I'm 6'-0" tall and weigh about 185 pounds. The large fits me very well and leaves room for some warm layers when it gets cold. My one complaint is that the sleeves are a bit too long for me. I'm having Klim shorten them for me as soon as it gets too cold to ride this winter.
Oct 20, 2013
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anthony m: Hey Mike , I have been wearing the Klim Latitude Misano jacket and pants since last Spring for a total of 10k , km. I have no regrets and thats a good thing because this set up is going to last a long time. One word " quality ".
It is completely waterproof. Trust me ! At first the suit is a bit bulky and stiff but does soften up after a while. To phrase it better , it breaks in not down.It is a very comfortable suit. The jacket seems to fit a bit on the large size. I ordered a medium ( I'm 5'9, 177 lbs) and I have plenty of room to layer. If you go with the pants they fit true to size. If your in between sizes on the pant , go to the next size up. ( ie. if your waist is 35" go with a 36")
33'C was the hottest temps I rode in last summer. While I was riding it wasn't bad , but in traffic I roasted( which I expected anyway ) The one area where this jacket is lacking is with the venting. The 2 arm vents are up by the bicep and are very short. If klim had of put chest vents on the Latitude and made the arm vents a bit longer then this jacket would be a perfect 10.And really that is my only complaint about the jacket.On the flip side , the pants vent really well.
Again I have no regrets with buying this suit . It " suits " me and my 2010 Concours just fine.
Oct 21, 2013
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Brandon H: I live in Dallas Texas and just finished the first summer of riding with this jacket and pants (averaging about 37 C). While the there are plenty of vents and it is certainly water proof, it is also very hot when you are sitting still since it does not breath well in my opinion, but I suppose that's impossible for the level of water proofing it offers. The issue I would see for you is that in the rain you would have to close the 2 arm vents, and possibly the under arm vents, which would make it VERY warm assuming it remains in the high 30's when raining. Now that it is getting cooler here the Misano is amazing, and I love the range of motion, armor, placement, and general quality of the materials. Oct 20, 2013
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Silviu S: I live in Venezuela, the climate is more or less similar. (30-40C).
I like the Latitude Misano very much. It works well in this climates. It is not as ventilated as a mesh jacket by any means, but for a jacket that provides excellent protection (I had an off at 190 km/h in my first Latitude Misano and it protected me very well)... it is comfortable enough and I love that I do not have to stop and put any rain gear on when it starts raining. Just zip the vents and keep going. I did get the grey/silver one.
Oct 22, 2013
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Doris B: I live in the desert part of Canada (it's small but it is there) and I own a Klim Latitude Misano and and Alpinestars Capetown. (mesh with a waterproof liner)

When the temps get up around 27 C I leave the Klim at home and wear the Capetown. The Klim vents well at speed but around town it is simply too hot.

I'm not sure how the Capetown and the Durban differ but maybe you can use this bit of information.
Oct 20, 2013
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Robert S: As far as the monsoon season, the Latitude works well at keeping you dry. The venting also works well, however it gets pretty hot above 80 deg (26C). Hope this helps. Oct 20, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is this only the gortex and we need to purchase base and/or mid layer or does it come with a liner? Jan 17, 2012
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cwayland: Its only a shell. It has goretex bonded to the Cordura. There is a comfort liner to keep the rough stuff off your skin (typical in any jacket) but there is no removable thermal or rain liners. May 8, 2013
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Chris K: This is just a shell, however, I don't recommend ordering up one size. Klim is sized generously to accommodate mid/base layers to begin with. You should have enough room under the shell as is. Jan 18, 2012
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RhodeHazard: I have the Klim Latitude Pants and they are a shell only. If you order up on size, you will have the flexibility of adding base and mid layers to increase your riding season. Jan 17, 2012
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Jkenny: It is just a shell but all I need to wear under it is a wicking tee shirt in 65 degree and above temps. Jul 8, 2012
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ElPresedente: No liner for warmth but does have preforated comfort lining Feb 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can the Body Armor easily be removed from the Klim Latitude coat and pants? Jan 23, 2012
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OldManRick: Hard to know exactly what you mean by 'easily' but assuming you're ambulatory enough to be riding a motorcycle you should have no problem removing all the armor in, let's say, 90 seconds max.

Putting the armor back in takes longer ... just like putting that toaster you took apart back together again takes a little longer than you thought it would ...
Jan 24, 2012
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Jkenny: Yes the armor is easily removed and replaced only catch is getting it back to the most comfortable position since the armor pockets are adjustable. Jul 8, 2012
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Keone: Yes, very easily... I actually changed out all the ce armor with Klimt 3do armor. It took about two minutes to do both the jacket and pants Feb 4, 2013
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DrKayak: Yes, easiest if you turn them complete inside-out to remove the pads. I removed mine and relaced with D3o armor. Feb 1, 2012
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A shopper asked: Hello Guys,

It's called a 2-layer-laminate. Does it repel water like the Pro-Shell-stuff or takes it longier to become dry again?

Thanks in advance!
Aug 15, 2012
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RevZilla: Pro Shell is Gore-Tex laminated to the outer shell, and then another layer of material is on the back of the Gore-Tex membrane (creating what could be referred to as a 3 layer laminate). Performance shell is an outer layer with Gore-Tex laminated to the back of it, and then nothing behind that (creating what is referred to as a 2 layer laminate). Neither type is intended to repel water from the outermost layer of material, and instead will prevent water from getting past this outermost layer. The repelling of the water is done by a coating that is applied to the outside of the jacket. However, if this coating were to wear off, then the Pro Shell would allow less water to be absorbed by the outer shell than the Performance shell would. Aug 15, 2012
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Pick: It seems to repel most of the water and drys quickly after it it wet. Nov 13, 2012
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ElPresedente: Sheds water and does not get soaked Feb 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: What is the release date on this jacket? Oct 14, 2011
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Moltar: The jacket already looks to have released. RevZilla is more than likely simply waiting on stock to arrive for their shelves. The actual release date of the jacket looked to be sometime during mid-August. You would have to get a hold of an actual RevZilla representative to double check.

Have you tried calling RevZilla's Customer Support Team? If you have any questions, they would be more than happy to help. RevZilla has some of the best Customer Support out of any company I have ever worked with.

RevZilla CS Phone: 1-877-792-9455
Oct 17, 2011
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Chris K: We don't have a solid date yet, but we expect Klim to ship these to dealers in mid-November. Oct 17, 2011
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A shopper asked: Which Klim Jacket is more vented and lightweight? Lattitude Misano or Badlands. Or should I wait for the Overland? I currently own a Klim Adventure Jacket, but its too heavy and bulky, and has only 4 ventilations. Weather in home town can change from rain and low 40s, to sunny and 100s in a couple hours. May 4, 2013
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cwayland: I own the Misano and have ridden it in the desert up to about 90 degrees. It vents like a champ. It has the bicept vents that really scoop air like crazy. Also huge chest vents and massive pit vents. For a full gore tex jacket, its shocking how it flows. May 8, 2013
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Lee D asked: Will the Klim Latitude Misano pants zip to the Badlands Pro jacket? I am undecided between the Badlands Pro and Latitude Misano jackets, but the Badlands Pro pants do not work for me. I do not need or want the extra room in the knees for knee braces and would rather have better fitting and dent armor built into the suit. My sticks for legs do not help with the sizing.

Leaning towards a Badlands Pro jacket with Latitude Misano pmts if they will play well together.
Mar 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hello everyone. I bought this jacket in the grey/white and I absolutely love it! Great for all 4 seasons in CO, although I don't ride too much in mid winter. My question is regarding the cleaning of the jacket. The grey area cleaned up just fine, but I have used this jacket off road and came back quite dingy, and I have not been able to get the white area clean - it seems to have a permanently dingy appearance. Does anyone have any tips for me to keep the white area clean without hurting the waterproof-ness? Thanks!
Feb 24, 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.

Click here to see the full Klim Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / SM 843563 5146-120-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / MD 843565 5146-130-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / LG 843567 5146-140-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / XL 843569 5146-150-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
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