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Klim Latitude Misano Pants

The lightweight and durable Klim Latitude Misano Pants combine the legendary waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex membrane with Klim's tough yet comfortable Misano fabric. A full compliment of D3O armor as well as 840D Cordura in high abrasion zones provides unmatched protection without adding excess bulk and weight. Comfortable enough to wear everyday yet packed with features designed to carry you through even the most demanding adventures, the Latitude Misano Pants offer a ton of functionality for those who demand uncompromising functionality and comfort.

Note: The Klim Latitude Misano Pants tend to run small and we suggest you go one size up if you are between sizes.

Features:

  • GORE-TEX 2-Layer Performance Shell 
  • Guaranteed to keep you dry 
  • CE-Rated integrated armor system 
  • Misano Cordura laminate exterior in main body
  • 840D Cordura laminate exterior in high abrasion zones 
  • High-Mobility active fit patterning 
  • Pre-Curved leg geometry
  • Max flow ventilation: 4 ports 
  • 2 thigh intakes and 2 rear leg exhaust vents 
  • Comfort-Fit stretch panel in seat
  • Raised waist back with elastic fit
  • Side waist adjustment straps
  • Adjustable boot cuff with zippered expansion and snap closure
  • Jacket-to-Pant zippered integration system rubber coated buttons
  • Rubber coated buttons
  • Reinforced knees and high-abrasion zones
  • Leather inner knee and lower leg
  • 1 external thigh pocket
  • Mesh comfort liner 
  • Industrial grade 3M Scotchlite reflective panels and trim
4.6 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4.2 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.8 / 5
Features
4.4 / 5
Comfort
4.4 / 5
Style
4.5 / 5
Air Flow
3.9 / 5
Fit
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Klim Men's Pant Sizing

Numeric Size Waist (in) Hips (in) Inseam (in) Inseam - Tall (in)
28 28 - 31 34 - 36 30 34
30 32 - 34 37 - 39 31 34
32 35 - 37 40 - 42 32 35
34 38 - 40 43 - 45 32 35
36 41 - 43 46 - 48 32 35
38 44 - 46 49 - 51 32 35
40 47 - 49 52 - 54 33 36
42 50 - 52 55 - 57 33 36

Alpha Size Waist (in) Hips (in) Inseam (in) Inseam - Short (in) Inseam - Tall (in)
SM 31 - 33 34 - 36 30 28 33
MD 35 - 37 38 - 40 31 29 34
LG 39 - 41 42 - 44 32 30 35
XL 43 - 45 46 - 48 33 31 36
2XL 47 - 49 50 - 52 33 31 36
3XL 51 - 53 54 - 56 33 31 36
4XL 55 - 57 58 - 60 33 31 36
5XL 59 - 61 62 - 64 33 31 36

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

How To Measure

W Waist Measure around your natural waistline, around the top of the hip bones, inline with the navel while keeping the measuring tape parallel to the ground.
HP Hips Measure the circumference, from pelvic bone to pelvic bone, at the widest part of your hips below the waist.
I Inseam Measure from the highest point of your crotch down to your ankle, along your inner leg.
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3.9 / 5
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Worth the Money
I bought these for a 9,000 mile trip. The trip ended after 4 days due to a crash, but I had the opportunity to ride four 12+ hour days in the pants, including some extremes of heat and cold, went through some very severe storms and heavy rain, and had TWO crashes. So, here is my review.

Features: great. The pants are well made, impressive right out of the box, and very comfortable. Heavy construction. I bought the gray, which look more like white, and they got extremely filthy very fast so minor complaint that ALL road dirt shows ALOT. Pockets work well and seal well. Never got a chance to use the leg pocket, but the hip pockets are nice and the mesh liner is not flimsy--it's quite secure and comfortable. The zippers dont leak. No wet crotch, even in heavy rain. Good design.
Minor complaint on the construction--there is a heavy seam that goes right across your upper butt that was bothering me after four 12-hour days. It probably wouldnt bother if your seat is flat, but if your seat has a step that holds you forward, this seam may bother you. Other than this, very comfortable. These are fairly low-rise, which turns out to work well in terms of fit when seated. Standing, they look a bit weird (junk in the trunk) but very well cut for riding all day once you are seated.
Fit: I think the sizing is about normal. I bought one size up, so I would have room to wear street or insulating clothing underneath if I wanted, and the fit was fine. They have suspender loops and I found this the best way to keep them up if you buy them oversize. In hot weather, nylon shorts are good underneath--the mesh liner is soft on your legs so you dont need an inner layer on your legs.
It's a bummer they only have one leg length--I have a short inseam and the armor isnt in exactly the right spot if they arent the right length, although it did still protect me.
Cold: Great riding in heavy rain at about 38-40 degrees on my first day, with only wool long underwear underneath. They seal out the wind extremely well. The adjustable gaiter snaps at the ankle are well designed.These pants will fit over heavy boots if necessary--the calf is very loose.
Heat: the pants are very heavy construction and would be very hot above 85 degrees or so if you dont open the vents. The vents work pretty well, the front acting as an air scoop .. . .although the rear (exhaust) vent has a heavy zipper on the back of your leg that is very close to being under a weight-bearing part of your thigh. But the ventilation system works, and even in heavy rain with the vents open, not much water comes in. BUt above 80-85 degrees, these pants will be very hot unless you can keep moving and use the ventilation system. For slow off-road trips, or stuck in traffic. . . you will not want these in hot weather.
Waterproofing: No leaking in extremely heavy rain, although I did get some water up my legs from not stopping to tighten up the ankle cuff. I also got some dripping down from a leaky jacket. But basically, I think these are very water tight and do not leak. No wet crotch and no seam leaking around the knees or pockets. The seams are all taped..
Crash protection: Yes, I can review that feature, crashed twice in one day. Hit a deer at 50, unavoidable, with a long low-side slide and rag-doll tumble on the pavement. No road rash, and only bruises under the hip and knee cups (killed the deer); I taped the motorcycle back together and resumed my trip, only to be run off the road by a hit-and-run driver an hour later, this time a high-side crash and very long pavement slide from about 55mph (yes, it was an extremely bad day). But the pants did their job--not a mark on me except for bruises and goose eggs, the pants were completely destroyed. Glad to report the hip and knee armor DOES WORK WELL, and the cordura DOES protect you in a slide even going down twice at 50-55mph.
I am VERY glad I had these heavy and protective pants, do not regret for a moment the $$$. They are expensive, but so are skin grafts. I will definitely buy another pair.
June 17, 2013
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
Klim - Top of the food chain
I wear a 34 jeans and I bought a 34 Latitude pants and the size is exactly the same. Not meant as an overpant, these fit just like jeans. They match my Latitude jacket perfectly.
I rode home from picking these up in a thunderstorm and I was dry as a bone after 2 hours of harsh down pour. I love my Latitude jacket and now I love my Latitude pants.
Yes they are expensive. Get over it. Klim is the best there is. Pay up and complain no more.
I commute 70 miles a day every day on a Concous 1400.
In hot weather the venting works well. Not as well as my Klim Dakar pants but still good.
D3O pads sits right where they should and I no longer feel them.
When these went on sale for $100 off I quickly bought a pair and consider them to be good value.
So far down to 45'F with nothing but boxers on under and nice and warm. At first I liked the Velcro bottom on my Dakar's better than the button snaps of these but now I'm used to them, the snaps work fine too
Of course the craftsmanship is second to none.
My wife and I both were Klim head o toe.
As a Police Officer I've seen dozens of bad motorcycle crashes. Ask yourself, at what price do you value your skin.
Now apply that to your passenger ? There's no alternative to the very best protective gear available
Dan
September 22, 2014
Ride:
2009 Kawasaki ZG1400 Concours ABS
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Another Thank You to Filip Lewicki with Revzilla Customer Service!
Here goes my detailed story hoping it may assist future Klim Latitude Misano pants buyers that may have a similar buying experience. I am 5'9" tall and weigh about 155 lbs. I have a 32" inseam. Filip truly went to great lengths to make sure I ordered the correct size pants. 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 pants (32" & 34" regular) 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 pants fit him.
I went with the 32" regular Latitude Misano pants. The pants fit snug going over the hips when you first put them on...even with both velcro side adjustment straps undone (and yes, there is room for layering in my 32" regular pants). I cinch down the velcro adjustment straps all the way to prevent the pants from falling down (am I THAT skinny?). The pants' waistline sits at/just below my hips. The rise is very short in the front and longer in the back. This translates into a supremely comfortable seated position on the bike. The pants fit neither too loose nor too snug. The pants cuffs sufficiently cover my 13" tall Sidi "On Road" Gore Tex boots as well as my 16" Alpinstars Tech 3 offroad boots when sitting on the bike. The cuffs have 3 button snaps which is plenty for me. I snap the first (widest cuff position) when wearing my Alpinestars Tech 3 boots and the middle/second snap when wearing my Sidi On Road Gore Tex boots. Otherwise, the cuffs just touch the tops of your feet with no boots on when standing.
The thing that impressed me the most when I first wore the pants was just how substantial and rugged (i.e. heavy) they were! Even though my Latitude pants are made in China, the craftsmanship seems top notch. I opted for the light gray colorway. They are 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
Ride:
2011 Suzuki DR650SE
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
Like they were made for me
As soon as I put these on it was clear they were here to stay. I was eager to try these as others had commented on a different kind of fit at the waist. It is different... Good different.
The fit is clearly derived from modeling designed to give a seated rider maximum comfort without binding, creeping, or bunching. Frankly, they leave the package alone, the knees free and the butt comfy. Throw in total dryness and superior ventilation and you've got the ideal pant. As with all Goretex outers, they're only as good as the base and mids beneath. I go with KLIM for all those as well.

Materials and workmanship are straight A's. I nearly gave a demerit for cost, but after ogling over the design, quality, comfort, and safety features it's apparent those just don't come cheaply... Nor should they. If you want cheap there's plenty out there to suffer.

Lastly, when my wife whistles when I walk away it's confirmed I made the right choice.
April 14, 2014
Ride:
2012 Yamaha XT1200Z Super Tenere
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
Protection & Durability
2 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
1 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
3 / 5
Probably good pants if they only fit!
I have been drooling over the Klim gear for a couple years, and was now ready to pull the trigger on the Latitude Misano Pants. My only concern with the $400 purchase was ordering the right size. I read EVERY review on EVERY site and message board I could find regarding the sizing. Some said 'fits like a glove', 'true to size', etc... while others wrote "baggy", "oversized:", "American cut", etc... Finally I went to the Klim website ignoring everything else and just ordered based on what they wrote. I'm 5'10" 168lbs, avg build. I wear 32" or 33" waist pants depending on brands. I ordered the Latitude Misano 32s.

Of course RZ was easy and fast delivery. Once they arrived though... it was hard to pull them up #only wearing boxer briefs# the waist opening even with the zipper completely open is very narrow with now stretch in the material at all. When on, it was a struggle to get them zipped and snapped. IMHO there is NO WAY these are 32 cut. Not even close. The Klim site quotes a range of 30-34. I would say it would be more accurate to say the 32 size fits like a 30 pant, with the option to tighten them down to a 28. On top of it the way the material is cut and stitched together the top edge cut in to skin making them them irritatingly painful to wear. The pant length was fine, the width of leg from quad to calf was fine. It was just that darn waist was too dang small.

Returned the 32s for a pair of 34s. This time waist fit better, but I'd say it was like a 32 at best. BUT now the seat or area around the butt was huge looking like a deflated balloon. The legs were too long and way too wide. I'm a normal guy, and I've not seen a person I think these would fit. Perhaps if you're 6ft tall, small waist and huge hips and butt.

Lastly, the knee armor was thin. As was the hip armor. Except the hip armor wasn't located anywhere near my hips! More like the front upper and outer part of my quad muscle. Not close to any bone though. We all wear big boots, so I wish the pant leg zipper went up higher 3 or 4 more inches.

I'm not a fashion guy either, but I want my pants to fit, not be a painful distraction. I want to put them on and live in them for 3 weeks without any issues. I tried 2x to make it work but I think Klim's sizing is ridiculous. Returned them both and went with Dainese. Better fit, super comfy, better armor, and less money.
September 19, 2014
Ride:
2009 BMW R1200GS Adventure
Features
3 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
3 / 5
nice pants
The pants are like all pants hot in the summer but dry and warm in Spring Fall and Winter.
May 28, 2012
Ride:
2006 BMW R1200GS
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
4 / 5
Nice upgrade from the Traverse
I got these to replace the Klim Traverse. I never liked the multicolor gray of the Traverse. The Latitude fit a little slimmer than the Traverse. Still true to size, just more effort to get on than the Traverse. Once on they fit me better than the Traverse, stay up better without synching the waist down. The Latitude pants have the “hand warmer” pocked that Anthony said would be deleted in the video for these pants. The vents have been moved more to the side of the pants than on the Traverse.
November 21, 2011
Ride:
2005 Yamaha FZ1
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
4 / 5
Great product, comfortable, durable and keeps you dry.
I waited to review this product until I had a few miles under my rear (literally), and I am glad to say it was a great purchase. Great pants, very comfortable while riding. Yes I knew through my research that the fit of this pants made you feel funny ... Too big on the butt area, now I know is because of the design and it is intended to give your body room to breath and move. Very easy pants while on the saddle, easy to move on and off your bike. Used them in variable weather conditions, perfect cover for cool to cold weather, a bit warm in the summer. I like the look, the comfort, the protection and the durability of this pants. And yes, they do keep you dry and warm during heavy rain. Rode 700 miles one day and never felt uncomfortable, did not leave any marks as other pants on my body, they are flex'ed as I moved around on the saddle, great protection for road objects, never felt as if I could not wait to get them off.
Very good pants.
November 26, 2013
Ride:
2010 Triumph Tiger 1050
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
3 / 5
Perfect match for the top
Same input as my review of the jacket with a few specific things...I find these to be slightly low-waisted with a short zipper that can make getting in to them a little quirky. That said, once on, they are great. I bought suspenders for them but really don't need them. I think that the pants can be described as fitting SLIGHTLY small...I am in a 34 and they fit perfectly, but I usually wear a 33 jean. Also, they are a bit short. At 6-1, I wish they made these in a long. I wear Sidi Adventure boots, so no issue, but if I was in a shorter touring boot, I can see that I might get rain in over the top as the pant leg rides high.
June 24, 2013
Ride:
2009 BMW R1200GS
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Very high quality pants
These are really nice. The rear is tailored so it's puffy when walking around or standing up. As soon as you sit down they feel custom made. So comfortable.

I wear one or two thin base layers underneath these into the 20s and my legs are always warm. No leaks. They look as though they'd hold up well in a crash, even for textile. No loose threads or anything suspicious to say they will wear out soon.

These are seriously high quality. I'm a very big fan, they should last for many years.
February 25, 2013
Ride:
2007 Yamaha FZ6
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To go with my Latitude Jacket.
Michael M on Aug 13, 2016
matches my Klim jacket
Seth F on Aug 12, 2016
To go with my Latitude Jacket.
Michael M on Aug 13, 2016
Most interested in a throw and go pant with Goretex weather protection. Can't wait to take them for a spin.
Michael P on Aug 12, 2016
matches my Klim jacket
Seth F on Aug 12, 2016
good luck with Klim products, have a good many of them. Expensive but, so far, all have been worth it. I have 16 bikes so they all get a workout.
michael j b on Aug 7, 2016
Great pant. Comfortable with logical and effective venting. Dry, warm, cool. Look great too.
John on May 5, 2016
Hoping to go with Klim Badlands jacket I ordered
FOG on Mar 10, 2016
Protection and lighter than Badlands pants
Gary K on Mar 5, 2016
Reputation
Josef O on Mar 1, 2016
I had klim for dirt and it has held up. liked venting for summer
Ben T on Feb 22, 2016
Closeout price over the Overland Pants.
Young C on Feb 19, 2016
Kim reputation and lighter and more softer than some of Klim other suites and still great protection and all weather suit. I can cut down on long distance touring no rain suit and no jacket all in one.
B O on Jan 21, 2016
I have the traverse pants but way to hot for summer. Hoping this will be better for summer riding. Wish they would put more pockets on the pants though. This is a great price.
gary b on Dec 27, 2015
Price and I have a Latitude Misano Jacket
David Z on Dec 18, 2015
I was seeking a good all around, 4 season pant with good protection. The Klim Latitude hit all the right spots, but I had been a bit reluctant because of price. Today I got a more advanced product (Latitude Misano) at a fantastic price.
Colin L on Nov 28, 2015
Quality of Klim and to finally have a true waterproof gear.
qxpilot on Oct 15, 2015
Rain protection and Klim reputation
sideways on Oct 5, 2015
Por ser el pantalon de la chaqueta que elegi, es de goretex
josue l on Oct 3, 2015
Well reviewed and supposedly versatile. We shall see!
Alan C on Sep 17, 2015
Functional & elegant
Horst K on Aug 25, 2015
Fits true to size. A bit warm in summer... plenty of zippered pockets for storage...
Daniel G on Aug 16, 2015
Was looking for a good touring/ADV touring suit and the Klim are rated very high in numerous reviews. The jacket and pants have all of the attributes I was looking for. And the price was very good compared with other sellers.
Terry M on Aug 15, 2015
Lightweight misano fabric. Gore Tex. Modern look, adjustable waist. Armored. matches and connects with the apex jacket.
Daniel G on Aug 3, 2015
Been meaning to pick up something with Goretex to keep me dry better than my "waterproof" Firstgear jacket and pants. Closeout pricing and Klim build quality was too good to pass up.
Vincent N on Aug 1, 2015
Features for the money, fit to go with javket
Arlyn E on Jul 11, 2015
These pants are well worth the money! I used them during fall, winter, spring, and beginning of summer. Went through all kinds of wet conditions and stayed dry.
Vandhidt N on Jul 1, 2015
looking for a waterproof pant that is actually waterproof with out being pvc material. Hope it works as reviews have indicated
E C on Jun 29, 2015
I chose the Latitude Misano pants because they are Gore tex laminated, and they seem very confortable for long adventure rides and camping.
Carlos A on Jun 13, 2015
Tired of wearing jeans and feeling unprotected.
Zachary D on Jun 3, 2015
I have a riding friend who has Klim riding gear and he really likes it. He uses it all year rain or shine and it serves him very well. I have been wanting the Klim Latitude pant and jacket for a while. The new Latitude line is not out yet so I'll wait for the jacket, but I thought the "old" pant might just work out fine.
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RhysW on May 5, 2015
Wanted armor protection on knees and hips. I've already benefited from abrasion protection on hip.
Bill H on Apr 22, 2015
Protection, hot weather ventilation and 4 season capabilities.
Jeffrey H on Mar 29, 2015
Great pants water proof pants. Worked great!
glenn s on Mar 21, 2015
Wanted a riding outfit that would serve all aspects of riding and conditions without having to stop and add gear or remove gear. Klim has fit the bill for me, no disappointments.
Daniel F on Mar 15, 2015
Extended long cross country touring...
Keith B B on Mar 12, 2015
Reputation and quality of Klim
Ed B on Jan 1, 2015
Already own the latitude jacket
Yong L on Nov 26, 2014
I really like the Klim gear....
Pat M on Nov 23, 2014
great fit comes in a long which is what I need with a 34" inseam. Totaly waterproff!!!!b Great quality garment.
Robert H on Nov 21, 2014
Klim reputation, quality and fit
Michelle H on Nov 20, 2014
Very well made gear. Designed for a comfortable fit.
Salvatore L on Nov 17, 2014
They are bomb proof.
Orlando T on Nov 16, 2014
a very experience rider, recommended to me this pant.
Daniel A on Oct 30, 2014
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.
William H on Oct 13, 2014
Bought the matching jacket last week and it appears to be "good kit" so I'll try the pants as well. After reading a lot of reviews, it looks like a whole lot of people wear good jackets but tend to just wear jeans or flimsy pants. I value both halves of my body.
George L on Oct 4, 2014
REviews were good. One of the only manufactures that make a paint in tall. I'm a long distance rider so fit and comfort are very important. The paints fit me to a "T", they have great armor, completely water proff, I'm told, and the sale price can not be beat.
Robert H on Oct 1, 2014
See above
Brant M on Sep 16, 2014
have been wanting Klim gear for several years. GoreTex for all year riding in NC is what I need since I will no longer have to carry rain gear on the bike as I commute back and forth to work every day. The sales price was the incentive I needed to place the order.
Richard C on Sep 6, 2014
klim makes an excellent,quality product that will last for years. Theses pants also come in tall sizes which is important to me at 6'4"
Deutchemark on Sep 4, 2014
The jacket is awsome wanted the pants as well
Ray W on Aug 14, 2014
the single unit factor
KENNETH M on Jul 13, 2014
Most interested in a throw and go pant with Goretex weather protection. Can't wait to take them for a spin.
Michael P on Aug 12, 2016
good luck with Klim products, have a good many of them. Expensive but, so far, all have been worth it. I have 16 bikes so they all get a workout.
michael j b on Aug 7, 2016
There are two sizing charts for Klim pants: The "Enduro" pant chart and another chart that follows it. Which do I use for sizing the Latitude Misano pants?

Thanks.
Christopher S on Oct 10, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I used the other one that followed the "Enduro" pant chart. Sizing is pretty accurate. I am 6'1" and 240. I bought an regular XL size and they fit well while standing but when riding the pant cuff hike up considerably. If I had purchased the long version they would be perfect for riding but I would be walking on the cuffs. You decide which works best for you. If you have tall (3-4 inches above the ankle) riding boots the regular size would be fine.
Can you put these pants on without removing your boots? Do the cuffs close tight enough to prevent drafts up the legs.
Marty M on Oct 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Marty -
I wear Sidi Adventure boots under my Klim Lattitude pants. There is NO WAY they will go on over the boots. The good news (unless it is really hot out!) is that there is no draft up the legs. And with the pants' bottom closures open, putting on the boots is not difficult.
A couple of additional thoughts: My hip pads seem to be in the wrong place for me - too far back. Perhaps due to my having a bit of a pot belly and not much butt. Additionally, to get a waist that fit, I ended up with legs that are a bit too long. Basic caution here: be completely certain that you get a proper fit. Klim does not provide individual adjustment to their standard fit. You must be their standard shape to wear their product.
Brant
Do you have to remove your boots to put these pants on? Standing along the road in stocking feet while it begins to rain would be a deal breaker.
A shopper on Oct 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Quick answer: it depends on the boot. Lower boots should be fine. I wear Gaerne trials boots and have to put the pants on first.

Long answer: These are not rain pants. They are full-on Gore-Tex riding pants that are to be worn in--and will see you through-- all kinds of conditions. If it's hot, open the generous vents. If it's cold and/or wet, close them. Rain will not get into these things. There should be no need to take them on or off by the side of the road. Once the boots and pants are on, they're not coming off until I'm done riding for the day. (and still completely comfortable on numerous 13+ hour rides)
What is the difference between the Latitude Misano and the Latitude 840? They look exactly the same and have the same price?
TravelJunkie on May 5, 2014
BEST ANSWER: If you look at the grey color pants (easier to tell the difference on the grey), the lightest color are different fabrics: 840D on the 840 and a lighter dernier on the Misano. Basically, the front of pants except for the knees and the back of the knees are different fabrics.

I have the Misano and my husband has the 840. The fabric on his is noticeably heavier-duty/stiffer and just plain heavier too. The Misano fabric has a smoother finish and is lighter both in weight and color shade.

So, the 840 will be tougher overall, and the Misano is easier to wear with still good protection in the typical abrasion areas (knee, butt, etc).
What are the major differences between the Klim Latitude Misano pants and the Klim Badlands Pro pants? I'm having difficulty deciding between the two. I do road riding only. I live in Las Vegas but ride throughout the country and in all 4 seasons. I already have a Latitude Jacket and I'm just looking to complete the suit.
A shopper on Dec 3, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I have had the Latitude Misano pants for several years and have ridden both on and off road in all kinds of weather. I have taken some off road falls and the pants protected me well and held up in some rough conditions. They are waterproof, and I mean waterproof. With some long underwear they are perfect in cold weather. I live in South Texas and it can get hot down here. They do as well in hot weather as any Gore Tex pant will do. I highly recommend it. I have the Latitude Misano jacket and it makes a nice suit. One of my riding buddies has the Badlands Pro and the only difference I can see is they might be more padded and have a second set of vents for hot weather.
It's been mentioned that these are "overprints" and even in the video you showcase Ed wearing them over jeans. However, I didn't see (or hear anything about) side zippers, so how does one get into them while wearing street clothing?
Nick B on May 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Like everything else, one leg at a time.
I bought my pants on the large size and they fit over jeans just fine. The legs have zippers that are 10 inches in length. I put my boots on then zip up the pant legs.
Regards,
Brian.
Hi, does the Latitude trouser allow the use of klim suspenders?

Thanks
A shopper on Mar 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You could use suspenders on these pants. They do not provide any additional buttons or loops to attach them to the pant itself. A clamp style suspender would work well with these pants. The jacket does zip onto the pant making it similar to using suspenders. However, it is not easy or quick to get the gear on and off that way. I love my Klim pants and ride in lots of inclement weather in Alaska. I have never had any problems.
Will the Latitude pants fit over MX boots like Gaerne SG10 or SG12? Is there room for knee braces too?
I have Badlands Pro pants now and they will barely fit over SG10s, skin tight, so I use g-midlands with the Badlands pants.
If MX boots will also not work with Latitude pants, are the traverse pants intended for use with MX boots?
A shopper on Dec 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I've worn them over everything from Sidi Adventure's to AlpineStar Tech 10, also over Astrerisk knee braces.
Do these pants now come with the D30 armour the same as the jackets or are they still using the basic CE armour?
Peter E on Mar 28, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I bought these pants in Spring of 2013 and they came with the basic CE armour. In January this year I returned them for a warranty issue and removed the armour as suggested.

Klim exchanged me a brand new pair, and they arrived with the D30 armour. I'd have to guess this is standard with the pants now.

Thanks to Filip at Revzilla for directing me the right direction, and Kudos to Klim for making the process seamless, and living up to their well-deserved reputation for quality and customer satisfaction.
What is the care for these pants? Can they be machined washed? Line dry? I was concerned about the leather inserts. BTW, are they real leather or a synthetic leather? Sometimes it is hard to tell, but the synthetics can be washed.
A shopper on Jan 20, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes - they can be machine washed and used in the dryer. The leather is on the inside of the knees and looks/feels like real leather (not sure how that works with the machine wash...but it does...so it may be synthetic).

All in all - great riding pants...really comfy and they breath great. They look and feel high quality. I have the pants and jacket and am a big fan of both.