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Following closely in the footsteps of the ultra-comfortable and all-conditions Traverse off-road pants, the all-new Overland Pant from Klim includes substantial D3O T5 EVO XT range knee and hip armor pieces, more genuine 3M Scotchlite reflective material and increased cargo capacity to make it more long-distance friendly. Klim off-road designed favorites like the adjustable zippered ventilation system and super tough 840D Cordura overlays remain to make the Overland an incredibly versatile option for your next tour.
Gore-Tex 3-Layer laminate technology
Guaranteed to keep you dry
840D Cordura overlays in high-wear areas: side thighs, front of knees, lower legs and cuffs
New thicker leather inside knees and lower legs with durable water repellency treatment overlaid on inner leg panels for wear and heat resistance
3M Scotchlite industrial grad reflective material placement for increased dark visibility
Integrated Armor System:
D30 T5 EVO XT range knee and hip armor pieces (meets or exceeds Level 1 limb protector CE Certification PREN1621-1:2011
Max flow ventilation system features 4 vents
2 zippered thigh intake vents
2 zippered rear leg exhaust vents
2 external pockets (zippered storage pockets on both thighs)
Adjustable over-the-boot cuff construction via Velcro brand fasteners keeps pants securely in place and weather out of boots
Side waist adjusters on waistband via Velcro brand fasteners
Lining system is highly breathable and moisture wicking mesh lining at upper and durable breathable nylon taffeta around the lower leg
Highly abrasion and tear resistant 840D Cordura at inner knees and around lower cuffs
Articulated leg for added trail riding comfort
Glove-friendly zipper pulls
Note: External cargo pockets are water resistant, not waterproof. Klim recommends use of waterproof, internal pockets for items that must remain dry.
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Alan E:I am a size 38 waist so I purchased a size 40. I have worn chino dress pants and jeans underneath with no issues. These pants are plenty roomy mainly with the pockets and front and back venting. I always loosen the side tabs and once the pants are on and in place I cinch the Velcro tabs tight. The pants are very comfortable despite being very heavy. Should I ever take a spill with these pants on I feel safe with the padding and the overall construction that I will never experience road rash. I debated for 3 months before purchasing myself and I asked myself one question. Is saving my life or months in a hospital worth the investment in these pants and every time the answer was YES. Cheapest Insurance you can buy. Very High quality and would definitely not hesitate to make this purchase again. Also Revzilla is super fast on their customer service and shipping. To eliminate problems with sizing I did find a local distributor of KLIM wear and I tried on several styles before deciding on the size. One size up fit me well.Dec 5, 2013
Steven R:I would, yes. I did so - I have a 29-30" waist and got a 32 in the Klim pants. There is a good amount of flexibility in the velcro tabs.
That said, I don't use them for daily commuting (but I have a very short commute and avoid riding in wet conditions). For commuting I have a pair of Rev'it Axis pants, which are not Gore-Tex and do not have near the protection provided by the Klim pants. They are, however, easier to get in and out of.
But I love the Klim pants. I wore them on a three week tour this summer and they performed superbly dry and wet. Everything about the construction - down to the stitching - is seriously heavy duty. I think the quality justifies the price.
Scott L:I'd say yes. I wear W32 x L34 size jeans (Levi's) and have the Overlands in 34 Tall. I could get the 32 Tall on over my jeans okay but the waist was really snug with the waist tabs max'ed out. As riding pants alone that size would have been fine, but using as overpants, going up to the 34 was the way to go. About an inch or so of adjustment with the waist tabs. Tall allows for knee armor to be in correct spot when in riding position, and prevents riding up on boots.Dec 9, 2013
Mike W:I wear a 34-35 jeans with a small belly overhang (normal 50+ yr gut) i always wear pj's under my klims. I bought size 36 and kinda wish i bought the 34. I have the cinches (2" travel) pulled all the way tight. Which makes the waist 34. i have come to enjoy the extra room i have now and truly love my klim pants. So i would say they fit a bit on the large size. If you are a true 34 jeans then buy the 34 klims at there will be room for jeans underneathDec 4, 2013
Guy L:I normally wear 36" jeans and I ordered 36" pants. I never do that but I just tried it as we speak and I'd say there is enough room in the velcro straps but it is the max. I think if I was doing this all the time I would probably order one size up but if most of the riding is done with the pants alone I would stick to the same size cause I think they would be sloppy wearing alone.Dec 4, 2013
Gabriel C:The pants are very good and comfortable, but they fit your size just right, that to say if you are planning on wearing jeans under, size up would be my recommendation. The Velcro tabs do not give you much more room, they are useful but small. It all depends on your built, I am slim and never wear anything under the pants. Hope this helps.Dec 4, 2013
Jeffrey B:On the pair I have there is a good bit of adjustability. I have not worn them over jeans, but have worn them over layers of sweaters that I have tucked into the pants. I rode over 2800 miles in 8 days, wore them everyday they were great in the rain, the zippers on the side let the air flow even on hot days.Dec 4, 2013
Jason G:Not much adjustability, if I were to try and wear jeans underneath I'd go at least one size larger, possibly 2 if you're in the baggy-pants crowd. I never wear more than a pair of shorts or base layer when cold and my Overlands are same size as my jeans.Dec 4, 2013
Thomas M:No, I would not size up. I had the same concern, and actually ordered two pairs, but sent back the larger pair. There is a good couple of inches adjustment in the waste, and it works perfect when I slip jeans on underneath the pants for commuting.Dec 4, 2013
Sean K:I found they ran big in the waist. I can wear jeans under without an issue. I have the Velcro pulled tight even with them. I wear a 32 waist in most pants and bought the Klim overland in size 32.Dec 9, 2013
Robert C:I wear a 36" in jeans and I got the same size in the Overland pants. I wear them over jeans or shorts and they fit very well. There is at least 1.5" of adjustment on each velcro tab.Dec 9, 2013
Joel S:I've worn mine on a trip from S. Florida to Canada last August and were quite comfortable except when the temps got much above 90. The jacket was more of an issue than the pants in the heat. They open up nicely for venting with all the zippers, stay very dry. I ran them thru a wash cycle and they came out like new, all the road grime gone. I almost never get on the bike without them. The fit is perfect and they look good, not like some baggy afterthought. I have the pants and jacket and will be taking both on my return trip to Alaska in the spring. I ride a BMW GSA and they are a perfect match.Jan 20, 2014
Greg H:Not really sure,the main school of thought is that Goretex is waterpfoof and breathable though being waterproof is its main asset.It is breathable and has ventilation zipps.There would be other protective pants that are more suited to hot weather but they would not be as waterproof as the Gortex pants.Saying that I did a 200km single trail day in them which was hot work and the pants offered great protection (fell off 7 times) complete waterproofing and stayed cooler than my cheap jacket.About a 28 degree celcius day.Jan 20, 2014
Steven M:I bought the pants because I had previously bought the jacket and really like it. This stuff is great for cooler weather riding as the wind simply doesn't penetrate. That said, I don't know how well they will work in the heat as I haven't had them long enough to ride when it is hot. There is some venting, but whether it would be enough is open to question. Sorry I can't be more specific, about the hot weather.Jan 20, 2014
Brett G:I ride with these pants in all weather. That said, in Summer, I don't wear another pant under these, rather shorts. Otherwise way too hot. Must open the two thigh vents. Do quite well in rain for those times it does rain. Not sure I'd want to wear these daily in the summer, they just don't breath that well. I bought these because I tour and need all element protection. Hope that helps.Jan 24, 2014
BENJAMIN T:I have worn these pants with temperatures into the 90's. So, it can be done. They have decent airflow with the vents - so long as you are moving. In traffic, they get uncomfortable in a hurry at those temp's. I bought them with the intention of wearing them year round and I wore them through the summer. However, they are heavy and probably not the best choice for hot weather riding.Jan 21, 2014
sam m:No, too warm. I wore them throughout the summer and anything over 70 was to warm for me. Even with the vents open it was just to warm for anything but highway riding. I am currently using them riding snowmobiles from 20s to sub zero and am fine with a under armor and or a fleece liner. A great riding pant but I'll need to get something cooler for this summer.Jan 20, 2014
Chris M:Yes, in Wisconsin during the month of August we have high humidity and these pants work fine. They have nice flow through vents that allow the pant leg to breath. You cannot beat the quality of workmanship and design that has gone into these pants. Definitely worth the cost.Jan 20, 2014
Eric O:I ended up purchasing the Klim Traverse Pants instead. The traverse pants open up on the leg in front and behind, so when you stand up air flows right , making them nice and comfortable on hot days. I'm real happy with my pair.
Jim K:I live in Arizona. They have zippers for vents which work ok. On the really hot days (90+) they are hot but livable. The Jacket it way to hot for our SW summer temps. I bought motocross gear for the summer months.Jan 20, 2014
Michael G:I've only had one short ride in warm weather. I use Under Armour hot weather liners and combined with the venting I stayed comfortable at a temperature of about 80......as long as you keep moving. Jan 20, 2014
A shopper asked:I have a question regarding sizing. Measuring around my belly button I measure 40", my inseam is 28". I know the Klim Overland pant is a shell and I want room to layer underneath them so I'm torn on what size to get. I also don't want to buy too short of pant and have them creep up while riding. What do you recommend?Aug 14, 2013
Steven R:I have a 29" waist and a 30-31" inseam. I bought the size 32 as I, too, expected to wear pants underneath. So regarding the waist, I would go a size up (you can clinch the waist with the velco tabs if necessary).
Regarding the length: I ride a cruiser. I did notice a bit of water creeping up toward my calves while riding in rain, but it never became a serious annoyance. There is a tab on the front of the cuff that you can secure to your boot/shoe laces, and I noticed that even when I forgot to attach them I still didn't have any leakage in the front. Anyway, given that you have a shorter inseam, I wouldn't think you would have any problem with length.
These are great pants and worth the price: the venting is excellent for hotter weather riding, and the inner lower leg leather provided superb protection against hot pipes. The overall construction (stitching, everything) is seriously heavy-duty and I expect the pair to last a long time.Aug 15, 2013
gordon h:I measure 37" around my belly and went for the size 34 as per size chart. I don't need to use anything under the pants apart from a base layer. The 34 was far too big especially in the thigh area which was extremely baggy. I have bought the 32 and they are fine allowing plenty adjustment using the Velcro sinching. Leg length isn't a problem as length is generous. It really will depend on what you are going to use underneath, if this will include jeans and a kidney belt then the 38 may be the way to go, if just jeans or a belt than the 36 may be fine. That's the best I can offer, sorry it can't be more definitive.
I must say the quality of the pants is top notch. They feel bomb proof and with the jacket make a great all round suit.
And of course not to mention the excellent service provided by the guys at Revzilla, as always first rate.Aug 15, 2013
Mike W:my jeans size is 34" w 30 leg. I think my belly buttom measures about 38" I bought overland pants size 36" regular that has 32" inseam. I wish I had bought 34" waist same as my jeans size. the 36" are a bit baggy and I have to cinch the waist straps as far as they go. the leg length is a bit long when walking but is perfect when on the bike. I did have to move the knee pads up a bit by stiching the inner pant liner so they hang just right. the large fit of the pants is perfect on the bike and does allow for wearing jeans underneath in winter. they just look and feel baggy when off the bike. for you I would recommend buying your jeans size (assuming its less the size 40" waist) and having klim adjust the pants to suit your inseam. great pants but they don't stock sizes for us that are inseam challenged.
Aug 16, 2013
Robert C:The regular length pants will be long enough for your inseam. I wear a 36" waist & 32" inseam & they do not creep up too high. I chose my pant size because I seldom layer underneath. Having said that I would still have room to wear light to medium fleece pants under my Klim overlander pants. I find that the gore tex pants are warmer (vents closed) than my previous m/c pants so I don't need too much space for layering. I am very happy with the fit in my waist size. My waist size is measured below my belly button. I ride in the mountains of British Columbia, just to give you an idea of the climate, and I ride a KTM Adventure. Unless you are riding in exceptionally cold weather I would recommend your normal pant size. Happy riding!
BobAug 15, 2013
Greg P:The Overland pant measures true to size if layering with jeans or some other bulky clothing underneath. I'm measured as a 40" waist about 30" inseam. With jeans the XL is a good fit with the pants dragging slightly on the ground when walking, but right length when on the bike.
If however you like to wear more tight fitting clothing underneath, then go the large, as the XL is just way to big. (I like to wear active style soft shell clothing for long rides and the XL is too big).Sep 12, 2013
Thomas M:I would follow the sizing chart on RevZilla. I had the same concern as you. I ordered two pairs of pants--the second pair sized up one notch--because I wanted to make sure I had room for pants underneath. The larger pair was much too large, and the pair that matched my size fit perfect. I can easily wear them over jeans, although my dimensions are more tall/skinny than yours. If you get it wrong the first time, it only costs about $10 to ship them back for an exchange.Aug 15, 2013
sam m:I am a 32 but found 32 to be snug as I also want to be able to layer if needed. Living in the north east I will also wear mine for snowmobiling. 34 tall gave me enough room to layer with under armor and or a fleece liner. I have not layered yet and don't find the pants overly baggy and seems to be roomy enough to layer when needed. I'm 5 foot 11, I fond the tall gives enough length on the bike or sled to keep pant legs from creeping up.Aug 16, 2013
Gary S:I have the same pants. I'm 34 waist 32 inseam. Mine are size 34 and just barely fit. Size 36 would probably fit me better. If I were you I would order size 42. You can always return them if needed but there is plenty of waist adjustment. The length would be more than enough for you.
I like my Overland pants and would recommend them, just make sure you get the right size.
Jade L:I normally wear 40x34 wranglers. I bought a size larger than that. I'm in Alaska and as soon as the road is dry I'm riding. So I wanted room to layer up also. By buying the next size up from my pants size worked out perfect. The pants don't ride up while riding at all. Good luck with your decision. I don't regret mine.Aug 15, 2013
Sure, no worries. Unfortunately, the Klim jackets do not fit me...I am tall and thin (6'5") and need longer length in the arms. Strange they make long size pants, but not the jackets. So, I went with Tourmaster and FirstGear and those fit me better. Never had the lack of a zip be a problem on any pants I have as most pants have extra tall waist fabric in the back and most jackets have extra fabric in the back, too.
Feb 17, 2014
A shopper asked:I'm a road rider in Michigan looking for a stand alone pant to wear that has weather protection but can also handle moderate heat. I use the Latitude jacket. I wear 34/32 jeans. I tried the Latitude pants at local dealer and found the seat way too baggy. Interested in your thoughts on pant and sizing? Not a fan of separate pants and waterproof liners. Thank you. JohnJan 18, 2014
Alan E:I love my Klim Overland Pants. I also found the Latitude pants to be baggy. The Klim Overland Pants are super cool in the summer by opening the zipper vents on front and back of thigh. I have rode with these over my Chino pants in 30 degree weather and was comfortable. They block all wind and are in the rain since they are Gore-Tex. Visibility is excellent with the reflective piping. Waist is adjustable. I wear a size 38w 30 inseam. I bought the size 38 pant in silver and they fit well. They are very roomy and very heavy. They are constructed very well and I expect them to last me as long as I ride a motorcycle. I would definitely recommend these and I would recommend buying from Revzilla since they guarantee fit. You will NOT be disappointed with these and they will serve you well.Jan 18, 2014
Steven R:I bought the Overland for a long trip last on a cruiser in June-July from NYC to Michigan's UP, so I wore them in temps ranging from the high 50s to mid-80s. The Overland is a great product - heavy duty quality. The vents worked well when it got warm and Gore-Tex works as promised. I'm planning a trip to North Carolina in June and bought the Klim Mojave pant for the hotter temps.
My waist is 30" and I bought a 32 but a 30 would have been fine. I think the Overland works best when you're riding most/all day. I think they would be too heavy/bulky for riding and then walking around.Jan 20, 2014
Gabriel C:Hi ... I tried the pants and love them. Yes, I had the same trouble, baggie behind, tried a smaller size and could not even get in them. You probably have the right size. Although the "extra room" behind you is still there, I have come to appreciate it, it is comfortable to have plenty of room while you are riding. The pants will be a bit warm in the summer, but the ventilation helps, under 40 degrees, better add layers under them. I recommend them though. I wouldn't worry too much about the way they look ... I did, now I am used to them. Hope this helps.Jan 20, 2014
Robert C:I purchased the Lattitude jacket but combined it with the Overlander pants for the same reason. I tried the LATTITUDE pants and I would agree with you that they seemed too large for their sizing. The Overlander pants are more true to size and I liked the flow through venting. The Overlander pants have a zippered vent on the front thigh area with another zippered vent at the rear of the thigh. This allows flow through venting which works quite well! Go with your regular pant size!
Marlon M:I wear 30/34 jeans so I bought the Klim Overland 32 Long pants and they fit perfect. I would not say they fit baggy anywhere. In fact when I put them on over my jeans they fit pretty snug everywhere, but not so much to be restrictive on the bike or uncomfortable. It's hard to beat Klim and I think you would be very happy with these pants. Jan 20, 2014
Adam B:John, I am very pleased with the Overland pants in both heat and cold (I live /ride in San Diego). I did order a waist size above my normal and find them quite comfortable to wear, in fact I don't find a need to shed. Them when I make an extended stop for lunch etc.
Calvin B:I tried the Latitude pants also and found them on the baggy side too. I found the fit of the Latitude pants more jean styled. Fit great to pant sizing but you have to force over hips as there is not much give. Have worn in 84 degree weather and with vents open they were good for me. Rode in heavy rain for 6 hours and never got wet.Feb 4, 2014
Cottar M:Can't say anything about the Latitude zips. The Overlands do not have a side zipper. However they are very accommodating as overpants. That is to say they are fairly easy to get in and out of because of the full cut. They also feature the front and back vents which is a nice touch. They are a little bit bulky, but this is a tradeoff since the heavy duty Cordura offers serious protection. Jan 24, 2014
Jason R:I own the Overland pants, no they don't have a full length zipper. These pants do have an adjustable cuff with an easy but strong velcro system. I have purchased other brands before and find that by paying a little more with a well proven brand in the industry is a must, I can highly recommend these pants.Jan 26, 2014
kevin o:I personally think you'd be fine with the 33 inseam. I ordered the regular length (going by the sizing chart) and had to return them for the long length, as when I sat on my motorcycle (Suzuki DL1000) the pants rode up, and were about mid-way up my riding boots. I think you'll be fine with the 33's. Good luck.Jan 4, 2014
Joel S:I purchased the matching jacket in Colorado on my way back from Alaska, was so impressed with the jacket by the time I got back to Florida that I ordered the matching pants online. They run true to size. They are officially "Black" with contrasting silver trim. I just rode from a Florida to Canada and back wearing both pieces. Temperature ranged from 50 to 94 deg and I was pleased to zip and unzip the vents as needed and was quite comfortable. I was a bit warm on the hottest of days, but honestly riding a bike in the hot sunshine is warm no matter what you're wearing. I simply zipped up the vents during cooler and rain events and stayed dry and comfy. A big plus is the ability to zip up and not stop and redress when the storm clouds appear on the horizon. That was the biggest motivation for my purchases. I might add that I laundered them and that really made them softer to wear.Sep 18, 2013
sam m:I?m not familiar with what an ?integrated loop? is or looks like. If you can describe it and maybe tell me where it would be I can take a look. I do use suspenders with mine. They are aftermarket I purchased at Walmart.Nov 17, 2013
Joseph U:One of my best purchases ever! No integrated loops for those suspenders, but the velcro adjustment might negate the need for suspenders. Oh yes, buy a size you regularly wear; they are true to fit.Sep 30, 2013