Great quality and comfort
I use these suspenders with the Klim Latitude Misano Pants. I saw one reviewer say that they were not compatible with the "Latitude Pants", that the loops were too small. One could get that first impression. I found that the suspenders do fit through the built-in pant loops. The front loops are a tight fit but do fit through with a little coaxing. (Maybe the mentioned reviewer had a pair that were not, can't say about that). The pants I wear could be used without the suspenders but I like the pants loose and the suspenders are a great feel for me. I have not had a problem with them slipping off the shoulders. They are wide and comfortable. Once they are on and I am riding I don't even know they are there.
November 6, 2014
This product will not function with KLIM Overland Pants
The pant loops have an opening of less than 1" and the suspenders are over 1-1/2" wide. The result is they don't function correctly with my Overland Pants #6030 and the suspenders must be folded over itself creating al large thick lump that is an irritant at my waist at my hip bones. This is not apparent until after a 1/2 hour or so. I was told these would work with the Overland Pants. The guarantee doesn't cover items that have been worn and there is no other way to uncover this design flaw other than by wearing them. Love the Overland Pants but the suspenders suck.
October 12, 2014
Works but has its flaws
I've been using these suspenders on some Klim Badlands Pro Pants this summer. They have worked less than satisfactory for me.
They fall off my shoulders often when my jacket is off and the adjustment clasps ended up on top of my shoulders and caused irritation from coming in contact with my jacket during movement while on the bike.
I'm now going to try the more expensive deluxe version, which I hope will work well for me.
September 29, 2014
What more could you ask for? They have velcro attachment points that are not going to come undone. They have a sliding adjustment and are 100% elastic (except the velcro) and they hold my pants up too!
May 12, 2014
they do the trick
I got these to hold up my Klim Overland pants. They fit the loops fine. They are made of strong elastic straps with a large degree of adjustability. I'm sure they will last. The greatest benefit is they allow me to set the waist adjustment on the loose side and it's more comfortable. One minor drawback is the shoulder straps connect low on the back, close to the rear attachment point, so they have a tendency to slip lower on the shoulder - but that's only off the bike. They're a good buy.
April 28, 2014
They do the job...
When the arrived, I was initially dissappointed as the suspenders are fully elastic (I was expecting non-elastic/webbing based) so while they fitted both the pants and myself well, I was worried they wouldn't have the strength or tightness that you can get with a belt. For me, I was slipping inside the pant...
but after a couple of long rides, they were better than I thought ie they did keep my pants up and in fact I think the elastic might aid in providing more comfort over a fix belt
They are well made and a perfect fit to these badland pro adventure pants.
January 27, 2014
Excellent comfort option
I don't usually wear suspenders but thought I would give these a go. There are specifically designed to attack the Klim pant with suspender loops sewn in. This eliminated the slipping of traditional suspender clamps and the damage cause to the waist band. It's really nice to loosen the waistband for comfort because the suspenders hold the pants in place when standing or walking. I can see no drawback to this system in terms of function.
January 6, 2014
Well, they work
What can I say? They are suspenders and they hold your pants up. At least I can say they are comfortable and I like the way they fasten directly to the Klim riding pants. If you are like me and lack a definite waistline and have slim hips, you know that the low-riding Klim pants have a tendency to ... uh.... droop. These help a lot, though I don't use them all the time.
September 30, 2013