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Klim Traverse Pants

The highly anticipated Traverse Pant is designed specifically for enduro and off-road riders who demand an extremely durable, waterproof and precisely patterned riding pant. Highly durable GORE-TEX® fabrics protect you from the elements while drawing moisture away from your body, keeping you dry and comfortable. Built-in ventilation allows you to adapt to whatever environmental condition you face.

  • GUARANTEED TO KEEP YOU DRY®
  • HEAVY-DUTY GORE-TEX® FABRICS
  • 840 DENIER CORDURA® OVERLAYS IN HIGH WEAR AREAS
  • 840 DENIER CORDURA® DEVELOPED FROM THE GROUND UP SPECIFICALLY FOR THIS TYPE OF OFF-ROAD RIDING GARMENT
  • GENUINE LEATHER PANELS ON INNER LEG
  • WAIST ADJUSTERS ON NYLON WEBBING BELT
  • GATHERED ELASTIC IN REAR WAIST BAND
  • INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL STORM FLAP COVERING YKK® FLY ZIPPER
  • TWO YKK® FRONT THIGH ZIPPERED INTAKE VENTS WITH STORM FLAPS
  • TWO YKK® REAR THIGH ZIPPER EXHAUST VENTS WITH STORM FLAPS
  • VELCRO CUFFS ALLOW PANT TO FIT TIGHT AGAINST BOOT
  • 3M SCOTCHLITE™ INDUSTRIAL GRADE 9910 REFLECTIVE PANELS
  • HIP AND KNEE PAD POCKETS
  • MOISTURE-WICKING POLYESTER MESH LINER WITH CORDURA® INNER KNEE
  • ONE-SIDE THIGH YKK® ZIPPERED CARGO POCKET WITH STORM FLAP D-RING
  • ARTICULATED SEAT AND LEG PATTERNING
  • DESIGNED TO BE WORN OVER POLYESTER BASE LAYER
  • OVER-THE-BOOT DESIGN
  • GLOVE-FRIENDLY ZIPPER PULLS
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Klim Traverse Pants 4.7 5 41 41
Excellent Klim product - again I bought these mainly for a 6000mi trip to Oregon and back with some adventures along the way. Amazingly I was never rained on but the pants held up beautifully. Even along the Utah canyon areas where it heated up to 90+, I was still comfortable while moving (grey color may help when stopped but I chose black). Since returning home to Arkansas, I have been in plenty of downpours, and NEVER had a leak as of yet. I have been offroad plenty of times and taken lots of spills, and even with my marks on the pants - no leaks. The best $309 I have ever spent on a pair of MTC pants!! Buy 'em, and you won't be disappointed. Just one more pocket would be nice though. In the photo, I'm the guy leaning over the bike. Klim pants on! August 4, 2014
Not 100% waterproof. in heavy rain water comes in trough inseam Have done 5000 miles with the Traverse panta Across Aaustralia. 3000 of road. Very comfortable and durable, but not waterproof, I had to buy overpants. June 30, 2014
Great pants Nice pants. Built with the usual Klim quality. As far as the fit goes, they are a bit bulky around the thighs, but very comfortable on the bike. I had the overlands before, and the Traverse offers great knee pad adjustability, and they are cut slightly tighter around the knees, where the Overlands were ridiculously big. I wish they would have put another layer of Cordura over the butt - the fabric feels a little thin there. The Gore Tex does breathe very well. The zippers also flow a ton of when opened. June 2, 2014
worth every penny These pants are outstanding! Not bulky and very comfortable! May 27, 2014
Worth the money. They've kept me warm in 20 degree weather with only jeans under neath. Kept me dry in the rain. I've already dropped my bike since I've owned them and they protected me well with almost no rips in the pants. Definitely safe. Have not ride in warm weather yet so I can't comment on the airflow. April 7, 2014
Typical Klim quality While I havent had a chance to get them on the bike yet due to the lovely Michigan extended winter, they are of the usual Klim high quality you would expect. I have the Lattitude jacket and wanted waterproof pants w/ some built in armor. I had tried on the Lattitude pants and didnt care for the lack of a belt or the very low waisted front. The Traverse had the built in belt and reviews of waist fit were spot on. The armor of course isnt included at this price point, but was not a deal breaker. I wear kevlar jeans a lot, and wanted to have something for the longer possibly wet/cold rides w/o spending the huge money of the Badlands Pro or Adventure Rally. I love the Klim quality, and these are up to par it seems. will update after some miles in them. BTW i'm 5'10" and 190, 36" waist fits w/ room for under layer, length is good. Would be nice to have another pocket. March 21, 2014
Available in tall sizes! Needed longer riding pant and wanted over boot model. This is what I found with my searches,more expensive than I wanted but liked the idea of having goretex fabric.Heavy duty seem well made and thought out, a little less mobility than lighter pants, but better insulation to cold. Pants have large zip vents for warmer temps. over all happy with purchase. March 20, 2014
Excellent general riding pants The pants are beautifully waterproof. I've only had them 2 weeks but it's been very wet, hard rain almost every day, sitting in a puddle, riding a naked bike for a 20 mile commute. This is why they got 5 stars for value; check out the price of any Goretex Pro gear, whether motorcycle or not, and you'll see this is on the low end; yet the fit and finish of the garment are first-class. I can't speak to warm weather performance. Won't get warm for months yet. Fit is a bit more trim than I would like. It's a tight fit to wear these even over light trousers, let alone jeans. For commuting I wear longjohns and change into appropriate pants at work. Even with the optional D3O hip and knee pads installed, the pants are pretty much comfortable enough to wear as pants. Style is typical Euro chic. Protection is pretty good - to make it better they would have to add stuff like ballistic nylon, which would make it heavy and bulky - not my preference. March 10, 2014
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Sherri S: Air flow as well as being waterproof. Jul 14, 2014
Tom K: Good value for money. Has a belt instead of Velcro straps like the Overland pants. Gore tex shell. Jul 8, 2014
Leo S: Liked the jacket so much had to have the pants May 6, 2014
Lee C: Leather, waterproof, Gore-tex, and brand. Good stuff! Apr 28, 2014
Anthony t: It's waterproof, I plan on using it on and off road (multi functional) and Klim has a reputation for quality. Apr 24, 2014
glen i: Known to be a great enduro / light ADV pant that's waterproof and good for four seasons Apr 22, 2014
Ahmad Zaed B: The Gore-Tex material and it's ready to upgrade for internal armour. Apr 20, 2014
B H: I have KLIM snow gear and I also own the Overland jacket. I like the price point of these pants, hopefully they won't look too bad with my Overland jacket. These should be a good for both my XR 650 R riding and my ST 1300 trips. Apr 5, 2014
donald m: Wanted a rain proof paint as I'm tired of getting soaked. Seems GoreTex is still the best as every other outfit I own leaks including a full Belstaff jacket and pants that cost over $1200.00 !! Mar 26, 2014
john f: Offered in tall size. Feb 24, 2014
Jacob J: is the best for all wheater Dec 2, 2013
Ivan R: My previous pants were Klim Badlands Pro but they were cut due to an accident. I chose Traverse cause I already have the protection pieces and I like the style of these onces. Apart from that these pants equipped with a belt which is very useful for me. Sep 29, 2013
Russell S: Same as above, pity they are so large in size though Sep 23, 2013
John M: I have a 2009 Klim Latitude jacket that I love. Looking for 4season pant to match. The current Dakar model pant has been very disappointing in comfort and fit...hoping the Traverse will be better. Like the Klim quality of workmanship and R/D attention. Sep 21, 2013
dominic g asked: I'm look to get a pair of these in 38". I don't see the in the sizing chart where it says the differences between size 38" and 38" "Tall".

So my question, anyone get the "Tall" version? I'm 6' with a 32" inseam.. not sure what to order since I can't find them locally.
Feb 12, 2014
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Rodney H: I would suggest the tall. When you sit they ride up about an inch they don't stretch at all. Also go the next size up from your pant size if your going to wear your jeans under them. They are tight and the band does since down. Feb 18, 2014
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Bill C: I'm 6'2 with a 32" inseam, I first ordered the "regular" inseam, they were way too short... get the "tall". They fit perfect when sitting on my bike which is a BMW F800 GS Feb 18, 2014
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A s: I have these pants in 38 (NOT tall). I am 6' with a 32" inseam and they fit great. I do not think you will need the tall 38.

BTW- Great pants.
Feb 18, 2014
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Russell S: Dominic, I am also a 38 inch waist and a 32 inch inner.
DO NOT GET THE LONG, mine are heaps to long but liveable.
Also if you are a 38 waist consider a 34-36 inch sizeing.
I do not undo the zip or stud to put mine on or off and also ended up purchasing the KLIM braces to keep them up.
Great pants especially with the padding as an extra and nice in Aussie 40 degree heat.
Cheers.
Feb 19, 2014
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Jeff B: The tall versions are longer and the knee armor pocket is lower to allow for a longer femur (thigh bone). Great pants. I have worn mine in temps ranging from single digits (with layers) to triple digits. Always dry even in monsoon style rain. I think these are the best value in goretex on the market today. Feb 19, 2014
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Kevin J: I got these in a 36" Tall - I wear jeans with a 34" inseam. Standing, they are touching the ground a bit in the back, but sitting on the bike, they are perfect. I have other over-the-boot pants that come up over the ankle area of my boots when seated on the bike - not these!

Regards,

KJ
Feb 18, 2014
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dominic g: Nevermind! I answered my own question. Thanks. Feb 12, 2014
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dominic g: Thanks guys! Feb 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: Going 6 weeks on the TAT starting in late July. I'm considering these pants or the Dakars, my only concern is that these will get too hot on those tough days in the mud or sand where we're really struggling to get some miles. I know Gortex breathes well, but still probably not as well as just plain cordura. I have a set of slip on rain coveralls that work well in daily use but may not hold up to the trail. Thoughts or suggestions? Dec 14, 2013
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Russell S: I bought the traverse suit, and am located in Queensland, Australia.
I have ridden with this suit in anything from 3 degrees celcius right up to 42 degrees celcius.
This suit is great in the wet and off road, I have fallen off on the gravel at speed twice now and the knees and arms only scuffed up, I also purchased the protector pads for both pants and jacket.
The only thing I dislike on these garments are the sizes are miles out and I mean MILES OUT.
Order at least two sizes smaller than you want and they should still fit with room to spare for jumpers underneath etc.
Dec 15, 2013
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Anders B: I have worn these pants twice. I was in Wyoming twice this past Summer and rented a bike. My first trip was in May and the second in July/August. I rode in Jackson Hole and Yellowstone. In the morning it could be down into the 40s but in July/August it got up into the low 70s. I started out with Under Armour long underwear and was comfortable in the am but when it got into the 70s I got hot. I was unable to take off the Under Armour long underwear however. I also have the traverse jacket and ride in warmer weather here in Illinois and I am quite comfortable. I think with warmer weather, if you didn't have on any base layer, you could be comfortable into the 70s and low 80s. I also had some extras velcro put onto the leg closure so they would close more tightly around my boots. Overall I am very pleased with the pants. Dec 18, 2013
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A s: I just rode the TAT in 2013 with these pants (and Jacket). I left in late June. It got to 114 in Oklahoma and I spent many days in 100 plus weather. These pants vent very well and they will protect you from some of the desert bushes/landscapes you will be sampling on your journey. If you are not moving, you will be hot- once in motion you will still be warm, but not uncomfortable. The pants held up great for my 5100 mile off road ride and I would recommend them. I don't know how water proof they are because when it rained I left the vents open. The cool rain felt great. Feb 18, 2014
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Ian B: These have a long vertical zip, front and back, along your thigh. It allows the air to flow easily through them which is very nice. They've worked for me but then I'm not in a southern state. One I don't like about them is the bottom is fastened by Velcro. That always catches on my pegs and next thing I know the pants are flapping about, so I've taken to wearing them inside my boot which can get a bit warm. Not sure if the Dakar is the same. Dec 14, 2013
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john d: The year I did the TAT, part of it anyway, it was super hot. I wore Moose Sahara pants the whole time. Moose Saharas are very ventilated. I took a backup cold weather pant and never once even thought about wearing them.

We rode OK, NM, and CO.

I own the Traverse pants as well. Not sure I would take them on the TAT. I would take the KLIM Mojaves.
Feb 12, 2014
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A shopper asked: Some riding pants are more stand alone pants, and some work well to use for commuting over your street clothes. where do these fall? Are they easy to don/doff over your normal street clothes? Can you get your boots through the leg ok? Mar 1, 2012
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RevZilla: The Klim Traverse pants are definitely a wider leg pant that can be taken off over a boot once the velcro closure has been fulloy opened. The overall premise of a "overpant" is that they usually incorporate a long side zipper that reachs to at least the knee if not further up the thigh, which makes it easier to take on and off than first layer pants. May 2, 2012
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Marcelo S.: Traverse Pants are good for enduro riding because are rugged and have enough space for protection under the pants (like knee braces). I wouldn't use them over street pants or jeans unless a rainy day.
If you are looking for overpants for commuting I think you have better and cheaper options like the Revit AXIS pants.
Mar 31, 2012
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rockrider800: These are not easy to remove over boots. I wear a thin pant, or long johns when its cold out, but they fit good. Buy a bigger size if you plan to wear them with street clothes. Sep 2, 2012
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ADVRobb: You can wear over a pair of shorts or sweat pants under the Travers pant. Not ideal for jeans from my experience. Jul 25, 2012
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MarlonDias: I have not tried, but it seems to me that you'd have to wear a larger size than your usual... Nov 14, 2012
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A shopper asked: I am new to off-road riding. The Klim Traverse pant is not described as an overpant, yet one of the comments on the description says "DESIGNED TO BE WORN OVER POLYESTER BASE LAYER". What would that "polyester base layer" be, typically?

Thanks!
Nov 8, 2013
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Brad B: One of the great things about the Klim Traverse pant is that it will accept armor in pockets of the liner and be worn as normal road riding pants over clothing. Since they are Gore-Tex, they are currently my only rain riding pant. I use them for commuting, as well as winter off road riding or summers in Colorado for the cold mornings and rain in the afternoon.
It can also be worn with off road armor, ie. knee and shin guards. In the off road scenario, you would either be wearing a long sock like the one by Fox that goes up to your thigh and folds down over the knee guard or something like tights in the cooler weather. Think Under Armor. Klim makes a great short and tight with built in padding for thigh and hips, used with long socks makes a great base layer.
So they are big enough to wear over something like warm up pants or thin slacks, but you would have to size them up to wear over bulky winter weight liners if you were wearing proper armor for the type of riding you were doing. With no armor they would fit over anything.
Nov 9, 2013
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Patrick S: if you ride in cold climates, you will want to wear a base layer ( google it ) because there is no insulation at all and the pants become cold. I had these pants for 2 years now and rode all over north america with them. I would not buy these again. They leak pretty badly and did so even when new. The water pools at the crotch area when sitting and seeps in. Very unconfortable. When in heavy rain, I had to ride standing in order to stay dry. It is clearly no substitute for a real rain suit. Nov 11, 2013
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Brian W: Yes, usually wear just boxers or long base layer pants if cold. Great pants. WOuld buy these again. With the mesh bottoms tucked into high boots, not waterproof though, just FYI. Water seeps in through top of boot. Nov 11, 2013
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A shopper asked: I currently own a pair of the Dakar pants in a 36" tall, which fit perferctly (I don't need to cinch the waist in at all). I understand that the Traverse pants are a larger cut.
Should I stick with the 36" talls, or go with a 34" talls. I only plan to wear my Thor knee braces, and compression shorts underneath (which I already do with the Dakars, and fit fine)?
Also, does the black come in talls?
Apr 3, 2012
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rockrider800: I have both the Klim Dakar and Traverse pants. I wear a 34" tall and both pair fit great. I find the Traverse sits lower on the hips and cut just a bit smaller than the Dakar, but not enough difference to go to another size. I wear either compression shorts or very thin pants under both Klim's and they fit really good with room to move around and ride all day. I have black in both pair of tall pants. Sep 2, 2012
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RevZilla: This choice will depend on the fit offered by your Dakar pants. The fit of the Traverse will be very similar, but there is about 1 and a 1/2" inch difference between the regular and the tall size. If you are planning on using knee braces underneath, we would recommend you to get a tall version. The Klim Traverse Pants are available in Black and Light Grey for tall versions. Apr 10, 2012
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ADVRobb: The Travers pants fit simliar to the Dakar. If the Dakar works for you, Stick with the 36". Jul 25, 2012
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Craig G asked: Do these pants fit similar to the Overland pants, which I tried on at my local dealer? I realize these have a belt and the Overland pants use the Velcro adjusters on each side.
Thanks!
Jul 19, 2014
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Gary M: I don't believe the overland pants were available when I purchased my traverse pants. I can tell you that I wear the traverse with a merino wool base layer and they fit perfectly in the same size as my jeans 32 w 32L. Could fit a lighter hiking pant or shorts underneath but feel jeans would likely not be as comfortable. I really like the belt and generally don't like Velcro much. I like the traverse and feel it was a great value for what I paid. Never feel like I would rather have a higher end Klim model. Guaranteed dry Goretex great fit, not heavy,leather knees, all good. Hope this helps. Regards, Gary Jul 22, 2014
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Johnny C: The fit is very adjustable I us these for snow pants on a timber sled snow bike they are very durable and will take a beating Jul 20, 2014
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steve y asked: would the grey traverse pants match the overland jacket or the latitude missno jacket in the color scheme? Sep 19, 2013
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steve y: I didn't mean scheme, I meant to ask the shades of gray, hard to tell on my laptop...thanks Sep 19, 2013
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heath b: Idk
Sep 19, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can you use the standard Klim suspenders with the Traverse? Sep 17, 2012
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MsBehave: Not exactly. I ordered the suspenders before checking to see if there were any built-in loops. There are none on my Traverse pants, however I managed to make the suspenders work by using the inside back loop and the belt in the front. I am going to have loops added because I love the suspenders AND the pants.

These suspenders were definitely NOT made for a short-waisted body...I have them taken up ALLLL the way, and they're still not tight. I still like the way they work and even after the expense of having them and the pants altered for the loops, I consider them a good purchase.
Sep 24, 2012
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RevZilla: Since the Traverse pants do not have Klim's Integrated Loop System, the standard suspenders will not work. You can, however, use the Klim Deluxe Suspenders that have high-tension clasps for use without the loop system. Sep 19, 2012
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A shopper asked: Which D3O hip and knee armor should I get for this pant? Mar 21, 2013
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RevZilla: We recommend the newest XT (extended temperature range) Klim D3O T5 EVO Pro XT Replacement Knee/Elbow Pads and Klim D3O T5 EVO Pro XT Replacement Hip Pads. Mar 21, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will these pants zip connect with the latitude jacket? Oct 14, 2012
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RevZilla: While the Latitude garments have the Jacket-to-Pant zipper integration system, the Traverse garments do not. Oct 15, 2012
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SIZING INSTRUCTIONS

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.

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Size Waist (in) Over-The-Boot Inseam Regular (in) Over-The-Boot Inseam Tall (in) In-The-Boot Inseam (in)
28 27 - 33 30 33 28.5
30 29 - 35 30 33 28.5
32 31 - 37 31 34 29.5
34 33 - 39 32 35 30.5
36 35 - 41 32 35 30.5
38 37 - 43 33 36 31.5
40 39 - 45 33 36 31.5
42 41 - 47 33 36 31.5

Men's Pants

Size Weight (lbs) Height (in) Waist (in) Hip & Seat (in) Inseam - Regular (in) Inseam - Tall (in) Inseam - Short (in)
XS 70-104 59 - 62 24 - 27 28 - 31 29 32 26
SM 105-155 63 - 72 28 - 31 32 - 35 30 33 27
MD 156-186 65 - 72 32 - 35 36 - 39 31 34 28
LG 187-210 66 - 76 36 - 39 40 - 43 32 35 29
XL 211-230 68 - 76 40 - 43 44 - 47 33 36 30
2XL 231-264 68 - 81 44 - 47 48 - 51 33 36 30
3XL 265-299 69 - 81 48 - 51 52 - 55 33 36 30
4XL 300-349 69 - 81 52 - 55 56 - 59 33 36 30
5XL 350+ 69 - 81 56 - 59 60 - 63 33 36 30

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

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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 28 773445 4051-000-028-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 30 773446 4051-000-030-000 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Black / 32 773447 4051-000-032-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
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Black / 38 773450 4051-000-038-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 40 773451 4051-000-040-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 42 773452 4051-000-042-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 30 (Tall) 773453 4051-000-230-000 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Black / 32 (Tall) 773454 4051-000-232-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 34 (Tall) 773455 4051-000-234-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 36 (Tall) 773456 4051-000-236-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 38 (Tall) 773457 4051-000-238-000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 40 (Tall) 773458 4051-000-240-000 Out of Stock
Black / 42 (Tall) 773459 4051-000-242-000 Out of Stock
Light Grey / 28 721414 4051-000-028-660 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Light Grey / 30 721415 4051-000-030-660 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Light Grey / 32 721416 4051-000-032-660 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Light Grey / 34 721417 4051-000-034-660 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Light Grey / 36 721418 4051-000-036-660 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Light Grey / 38 721419 4051-000-038-660 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Light Grey / 40 721420 4051-000-040-660 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Light Grey / 42 721421 4051-000-042-660 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Light Grey / 30 (Tall) 721422 4051-000-230-660 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Light Grey / 32 (Tall) 721423 4051-000-232-660 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Light Grey / 34 (Tall) 721424 4051-000-234-660 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Light Grey / 36 (Tall) 721425 4051-000-236-660 Out of Stock
Light Grey / 38 (Tall) 721426 4051-000-238-660 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Light Grey / 40 (Tall) 721427 4051-000-240-660 Out of Stock
Light Grey / 42 (Tall) 721428 4051-000-242-660 Out of Stock