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Klim Latitude Misano Pants

The updated Latitude Misano Pants enter 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.


  • 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
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Klim Latitude Misano Pants 4.6 5 43 43
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
Good buy Great pants that keep you dry and warm or cool depending in weather. September 8, 2014
Excellent product I bought the Misano pants to match the coat I had previously purchased. The fit was perfect. 5'9 155. The 34 fit perfect. I pulled the adjustable belt tight when worn alone. If I expanded the belt I can get a pair of pants under them. I got caught in a pretty hard rain storm that I rode in for about 60 miles while on the expressway. I'm happy to report not a drop of rain came thru the pants or coat! Comfortable up to 85 degrees. I got warm from the temp up if I had to stop for traffic lights. On the open road it was fine. Excellent product. Highly recommended and worth the price. August 18, 2014
Good features but misses the mark. Mostly I am struck by the things I don't like. Fit was way to generous, like made to fit volumous snow pants under.Didn't get annoyed by this until on a week long trip. Good crash pads and I liked the inner thigh leather. Closure at ankle difficult to "snap". I would prefer some adjustible valcro. Not really much air even with all the vents open. If it weren't for the no return policy after worn outside, I would send these back. June 23, 2014
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
I like them I won't give the same full on rave of Revzilla that I have in the past just because I hate to repeat myself…but…as a company, for customer service, and with price matching and , return policy, amazing….oh wait I am doing it again. But the pants, I wore these recently( first week of March) on a trip from Pittsburgh PA to the outer banks of NC. Weather ranged from 24-62 degrees. Sun and clouds, only got poured on once for 30 minutes. Waterproof, yes. No liner, I didn't want one anyway. Front zippered pockets hand openings are too small and not easy to use. No back pockets(that sucks a little). Definitely softer than the normal cordura but still somewhat similar to wearing a very heavy potato chip bag. But the fabric is as good as current tech allows and still bombproof. Rant warning: Every pair of pants ever made regardless of elastic, velcro, super glue…should have frickin belt loops! These don't with the expected result. But only to a slightly annoying, not deal breaking, degree. I am extremely critical and can spot a bad design feature from a mile away. Admittedly, most people are much easier to please than I am. But aside from the listed negatives, I am actually very happy with them and they were plenty comfy on the bike (even if slightly annoying off the bike). I found these on sale somewhere for 100.00 less and with the price match the bang for the buck is unbeatable, at regular retail, I would still buy them. End of review! March 31, 2014
Pants with room for those in need I have these pants and the matching jacket and commute year round in the Pacific Northwest. These pants are very comfy on the bike. I wear jeans under these up to about 70 and down to the low 30's. At low 30's it get's chilly and the venting is not good at 70+. Get's better if you stand up. Sizing: This was the big selling point for me. I have an odd shape where I need extra thigh and seat room. I can't even squeeze into some Italian brand pants that are 2 sizes too big. I got these 2 sizes too big (40 vs my jeans 36) and they fit perfectly with a pair of jeans underneath. The 36's fit perfectly with no pants underneath. For me, the baggy issues other have just means they actually fit. It is important to note that I had to get the "long" version because I'm 6'1". These pants never leak and dry pretty quickly. I really can't complain about them. Verdict: I would buy these again partly because they fit and partly because they are top quality. March 3, 2014
Not for the short-legged... Many of the ratings are not based on my experience, since I never rode with these, but I had to put something. I tried multiple sizes of Latitude Misano and Overland pants and could not get a decent fit. I wear in the range of 38-40" pants with a 30 or 32 inch inseam. I am 5'9", 195 pounds. If you are shaped like me, you may be out of luck getting one-piece Gore-Tex pants like this (Revit pants that fit my waist must be made for people that top 6'4"). Revzilla has been very good about returns and exchanges. Oh well. I've ridden hundreds of thousands of miles carrying plastic rain pants. Hasn't hurt me yet. ; ) February 16, 2014
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Brant M: See above Sep 16, 2014
Richard C: 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. Sep 6, 2014
Herhald M: 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" Sep 4, 2014
Ray W: The jacket is awsome wanted the pants as well Aug 14, 2014
KENNETH M: the single unit factor Jul 13, 2014
Manuel J A: First, it is a 4 season outfit, second, Waterproof (Goretex), thirdly it has total body protection and last but not least, made by reputable Klim Jul 8, 2014
Scott E: There are a ton of great pants out there. I kept returning to these for price and protection. I will submit a full report once I've had a chance to break them in on a long ride. Jun 21, 2014
David C: Represented great value for features and materials, first international purchase for me so took time researching alternatives and options available, or more accurately not available, locally (Australia). Apr 1, 2014
Joel S: waterproof with armor, and top quality. Mar 19, 2014
Richard K: Like this misano stuff. Feb 18, 2014
Brian M: They go with my Latitude Jacket. They are billed as waterproof which is what I was lacking in my other riding pants. Feb 7, 2014
Richard G: Great quality and wanted 100% waterproof without liners... Jan 17, 2014
James M: Very Pleased with my Latitude Jacket. I wanted pants to match the design anf function of the Jacket. Dec 16, 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: Needed a rain proof pant that vents some as well Oct 10, 2013
Christopher S asked: 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?

Oct 10, 2013
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Greg N: 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. Oct 12, 2013
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Gregory S: Use the Enduro size chart. I found it to be very accurate in selecting my own size. Note that the pants are not particularly long so when you are seated in the riding position you will probably need a mid shin high boot (like the Icon Reign or higher, for example) or there will be space between the top of a shoe or short boot and the pant leg. Oct 13, 2013
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Brian M: Many of the reviewers of these pants suggest you use your jean size. I did that but found them too tight with no room to fit a layer underneath. Unfortunately sizing is in 2" increments which meant the next size up was a little big. But a little big is better than a little small.
Good luck.
Oct 10, 2013
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John D: I used the other chart. I'm about a 35" waist and the 36" pants worked however, I returned them as I found them a little baggy in the legs (compared to my Rukkas). It's probably the American vs European "cut." Oct 11, 2013
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Phil c: dude, I ordered these trouseres like I would my jeans. and they fit perfect. there is still adjustment around the waist also. I'm about a 33inch waist and grabbed a 34inch. Oct 10, 2013
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Christopher S: So, you used the Enduro pants sizing chart? Or the other one? Oct 10, 2013
Phil c: used the other chart not the enduro Oct 10, 2013
Christopher K. B: It is the enduro style. Loose cut with lots of excessive room with in the back. I loved the jacket but not the fit of the pants. I returned them. Oct 11, 2013
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Christopher S: I'm a stocky guy. Perhaps I can get away with the larger, floppy cut. We'll see. Thanks, John. Oct 11, 2013
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Christopher S: Thanks for the insight. I'll go with the jean-type sizing and commit to losing a few lbs. Oct 10, 2013
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Christopher S: Nice to know. Thanks. Oct 11, 2013
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Sam B asked: What is the difference between the Latitude Misano and the Latitude 840? They look exactly the same and have the same price? May 5, 2014
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Laurie B: 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).
May 7, 2014
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Richard H: The Latitude Misano jacket and pant are the latest Klim Latitude products offered. The primary difference is that the newer products utilize a more flexible Misano Cordura fabric for the body of the jacket pant and the 840D Cordura is used only in high abrasion areas. The Latitude 840 uses 840D Cordura in the entire garment.

The Latitude Misano is lighter and more flexible while the Latitude 840 is heavier and stiffer but with complete 840D coverage.
May 7, 2014
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Jansen H: As the name implies, the Misano pants use Misano Cordura in non-abrasive zones for a more comfortable feel, while still keeping 840 Cordura in the impact zones (knees, seat, etc.). The 840 is an older-spec pant that uses 840 Cordura everywhere. It is a tougher--but stiffer--alternative. Klim is kind enough to give us our choice. May 7, 2014
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Joseph G: Not much difference. Maisano have a lighter weight fabric in some of the panels. Very good in warm climates and still very waterproof. I recommend the Maisano. May 7, 2014
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Murray B: I haven't personally done a comparison but some have said that the MIsano, while heavy duty, is a bit softer feel. May 7, 2014
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Peter E asked: Do these pants now come with the D30 armour the same as the jackets or are they still using the basic CE armour? Mar 28, 2014
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Dave W: 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.
Mar 28, 2014
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Joseph G: Bought mine in April 2013 and pants came with basic CE. Don't know what armour is now in the pants. Mar 28, 2014
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James M: The pants came with the same armor as the Latitude Jacket, D30 orange. Mar 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: 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. Jan 20, 2014
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Jon H: 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.
Jan 20, 2014
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Brian M: This is a Gore-Tex product. Machine wash medium heat and dry on medium heat. The dryer heat helps keep the water repel ency. The patches are leather but not very large. Jan 21, 2014
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James M: According to Klim thPpants and Jacket can be machine washed with warm water (104F) and then rinsed thoroughly. They can then be tumble dryed at medium heat.

The inserts appear to be leather and Klim says they are in their advertising. With these pants heavily touted as water proof I am not worried when it comes time to wash.
Like all other riding gear the pockets need to be emptied the the D3O impact protection removed.
Jan 20, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is there enough room/clearance to put on and remove the pants with standard riding boots fitted? Jun 21, 2012
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Brian M: I have SIDI Adventure boots and no way can you get off the pants with boots on. The bottom of the pant has a zipper that only goes up about 12". Oct 10, 2013
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Anticyclone: Depends on your boot size of course. My street boots would not fit, but were close. My off road boots would not begin to fit. I wear a 13. Jan 2, 2013
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Cartaire: absolutely not. These are like any jeans you've ever owned. Forget about getting them on or off even with your slippers on. Jun 23, 2012
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steve y asked: What makes the latitude that much more pricy over the traverse pants? They seem to me to be about the same......thanks Sep 23, 2013
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glenn s: I used these goretex shell pants on a '4000 mile tour thru Scandinavia in July and they worked great. Not a drop of water got in during hundreds of miles of down pour riding.

Good ventilation, hip armor is good I may upgraded the knee armor for light off road use. I ride a BMW GS1200. I just wore shorts under the pant and they were very comfy!

Front zip pockets good for spare key and thin items

Size was as expected per the size guide no tightness while seated on the bike
Plenty of waist adjustment
I'm 5'11" 210 lbs
Sep 25, 2013
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Jon H: Different uses. The Latitude is a sturdier pant designed for ON and off-road use whereas the Traverse gear is lighter and more enduro/off-road and not nearly as durable for highway/high-speed travel. Sep 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: There have been a couple comments that there is insufficient room to fit "street pants" under the riding pants. As improbable as that sounds (given their function as all-around-adventure-touring pants), are they designed only for long johns or skivvies to be worn underneath? Jun 21, 2012
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dan3gold: If you want to wear pants under the Latitude pants your gonna have to go up in sizes for that to happen in my experience. I think they are truley designed to be worn with only shorts or full length wicking material under garment. Unless your riding in cooler conditions they are gonna be to hot with a pair of jeans under them. Dec 3, 2012
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RevZilla: We have not heard of any issued with fitting a pair of street pants under the Klim Latitude, Traverse or Badlands. The Klim pants are designed to fit over knee braces and compression suits and should have no issue at all fitting over a pair of jeans or slacks. Jun 21, 2012
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A shopper asked: So, do these pants come with any armor in the pant? Jun 8, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, they are equipped with CE-rated armor in the knees and hips. This armor can also be upgraded to D3O CE-rated armor which is available for purchase separately. Jun 8, 2012
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Nickolas K: Could you please clarify which D30 armor fits the pockets? Oct 11, 2013
Cephas S asked: I have the Latitude Misano pants - is the armor in it D3O T5 Evo Pro XT armor or a lower grade of D3O? Since the tag only notes "CE-rated" I'm inclined to believe that the Latitude Misano armor is the older generation of D3O armor and not the CE Level 2 rated (below 40 degrees C) armor? Jun 12, 2014
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