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Klim Latitude Pants

Item: P295722

Riders seeking the same all weather functionality as the Badlands in a lightweight, more flexible technical shell will find the Klim Latitude ideal. Read More

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Klim Latitude Pants

Comfortably combining weatherproof, cargo, armor and comfort systems into a robust touring pant, the Latitude Pant begs to be challenged on your next tour. Built with real toughness but refined for a dynamic fit on a multitude of bike and body types, Klim’s Latitude series truly welcomes all riders, from cruiser to sport-tourer, long-distance to commuter and everything in-between. Enjoy the confidence of a intelligently developed Gore-Tex weatherproof pant with legendary Klim design and D3O protection on your next journey.

Features:

  • Jacket to pant zipper has been standardized which enables you to zip different new pants and jackets together
  • D3O T5 evo knee and hip armor
  • D3O pieces feature VELCRO® brand closures on back of pad to minimize movement
  • VELCRO® brand closures on inside of knee pad pocket to allow for more adjustability/security of armor
  • TPU molded zipper pullers

Exterior Features:

  • Guaranteed To Keep You Dry
  • Gore-Tex 2-layer performance shell exterior in main body
  • Gore-Tex 2-layer 840D Cordura laminate in high abrasion zones
  • High-mobility active fit patterning
  • 3M Scotchlite industrial grade reflective materials for increased low-light visibility
  • Leather inner knee and lower leg

Integrated Armor System:

  • D3O T5 EVO knee and hip armor (meets and/or exceeds level 1 limb protector CE certification [pren1621-1:2011])
  • VELCRO® brand fastener on inside of knee pad and pocket to allow for more adjustability/security of armor

Max Flow Ventilation:

  • 4 ports
  • 2 thigh intakes and 2 rear leg exhausts

Cargo, Comfort and Support Systems:

  • 1 external thigh pocket
  • 2 hand pockets
  • Pre-curved leg geometry
  • Raised waist back with elastic fit
  • Side waist adjustment straps
  • Adjustable boot cuff with zippered expansion and snap closures
  • Jacket-to-pant zippered integration system
  • Mesh comfort liner
  • Embroidered logos
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4.4 / 5.0
25 Reviews
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Bang For The Buck
4.0 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.4 / 5
Features
4.5 / 5
Comfort
4.2 / 5
Style
4.3 / 5
Air Flow
3.7 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
I bought Klim, again
As I said in a little read review early in 2015 I don’t know why I shop at Revzilla. I keep buying stuff I don’t want and they keep sending it quickly. The review was little read because it was about a Klim 840 Latitude jacket which had been recently discontinued for Klim’s newer, more stylish and expensive jacket line upgrade. There was no need to read the review because the only 840 Latitude left left was size XS.

In early May 2016 I ordered a new Shoei helmet from Revzilla and it arrived in four days. I didn’t want one. I would prefer to ride a motorcycle like a cruiser dude with his 100% cotton American flag bandana do-rag helmet, black t shirt and fingerless gloves with a total retail cost of $29.50. But I don’t. I go to Revzilla, watch Anthony talk in detail about so many products, read the purchaser reviews and then buy something that costs a whole lot more than jeans and a t shirt. I figure my head and my butt are worth it, but that’s just me.

Soon I was going on a 4 day 2,100 mile trip New England to Ohio and back. I had just done a 700 mile weekend from Cape Cod to northern Vermont and back with 200 miles of rain. On that trip I stood in the storm along Interstate 95 pulling rain pants over riding pants while the interstate rest stop perverts in their cars watched and wondered. That rest stop helmet removal / boot removal / rain pant hitch up / replace boots / replace helmet while breaking a sweat in the humid air tap dance while being checked out by the regulars at the rest stop out was an activity that I decided did not add value and joy to my overall motorcycling experience. To reduce or eliminate the frequency of rainy visits to interstate rest stops I considered different pants. That Shoei helmet did not fit my fat face so it did not make that trip and I returned it and got the Latitude pants instead. My Nolan helmet will have to serve a little longer.

The Latitude comes with the D3O T5 armor which is nice. Trying to elicit some interest the part of my spouse I had my non-riding, non-gear head wife hold the armor in her hands to see how it flexed. Then I put the armor on the counter and showed how hitting it with a hammer made it get hard. She asked if a hammer would do the same thing for me. I answered that a new BMW 1200GS might. She said she was pleased that I was protecting myself then returned to watching dog videos on Facebook. She had said she enjoyed not having a dog these days. I am not sure that is true. There is a rescued (repurposed?) 15 month old Great Dane arriving in two weeks so apparently watching dog videos had an effect. I watch Anthony and Lemmie on Revzilla and buy gear; she watches videos of dogs biting water from spraying garden hoses and gets a dog. Gear doesn’t shed or eat.

I own a pair of Klim Dakar pants from a generation or two (2012) ago. They have been great over the last 30,000 miles and I like the large cargo pockets but they are not Gore Tex. A cool wet crotch reminds me of that about 20 minutes into any significant rainstorm. The Latitudes are cut tighter, less boxy than the Dakars. The Latitude armor seemed lighter and I swapped in the Forcefield 4 layer hip armor I had in my Dakar pants. With the Dakars I often wear padded shorts adding a layer of protection. The tighter cut of the Latitude makes the padded shorts more difficult. The comments here about getting the fit right have validity. I am a solid 6’, 230 lbs with just under a 40” waist, 31” inseam and big thighs. A 40” Wrangler jean is loose in the waist. The Klim Latitude 40” regulars are a loose in the waist, but right in the legs and they are long in the inseam. Had I smaller thighs I could go with a smaller waist size. With the 40” Dakar the cut is loose so if you want to use them as an overpant you can fit pants beneath. With the 40” Latitude you would need to size up. I miss the cargo pockets but the pants look trimmer. There are two regular sized zippered pockets and the larger slash pocket across the left thigh. I am not betting they are fully waterproof and would put valuables inside my jacket in a downpour, but my wallet stayed dry in a light rain. The leg vents work well but with the weather protection on my ‘07 BMW GT not a lot of air flows. Standing on the pegs I feel the vent intake and the exhaust allow cool air to blow up my skirt so on a bike with less fairing they would work well.

The four day ride from New England to Ohio and back trip saw a two hundred plus miles with rain, mist, a flat rear tire and temps ranging from 49 to 95 degrees F. At 95 degrees at highway speed the jacket and pants were warm but bearable, much worse in traffic, but what are you gonna do? Late the afternoon of the hot day a little thunder and rain and the jacket and pant combination were just what I wanted. In the low 60’s degree F it was time to close up some of the venting.

On day four a zipper pull broke as the Klim logoed rubber end pulled off the nylon ribbon pull. Not serious failure but for the price I want them pristine for as long as possible. The zipper pulls are a bit fancier and perhaps less rugged than the simple ones on my Dakar pants and 840 Latitude jacket. I have talked to Klim and they sound like they will make good on a repair or replacement. If not I will embarrass them in a future review. But for now I like these pants. My Dakar pants won’t get much use going forward until I get a dual sport bike.

After 4 days and 2,100 miles of highway and two lane, 90’s and 50’s temperatures, rain, mist, watching texting, talking, lipstick applying, reading, eating, early stage dementia, lane drifting, “Whoa, let’s make that exit ramp from the center lane without signaling” youths and adults drive one is reminded that half the population is below average and most have car keys. I dress and ride with that unsettling knowledge and wear Klim, D3O armor, a hi viz vest and a full helmet instead of a do rag.
June 8, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Ride:
2007 BMW K1200GT
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Best Purchase I've Made!
There is no other way to say it; the Klim Latitude Pants are just flat out amazing. But I really had to convince myself to purchase them, since I was quite worried about the cost; $500 is pretty steep for a pair of pants. However, after many hours and several hundred miles riding in them in various weather conditions, I am 100% satisfied with my purchase and highly recommend them for commuters, touring and adventure riding. Let me break it down and explain why these pants are a force to be reckoned with.

Protection & Durability: Protection doesn't get much better than D3O knee and hip armor. The knee armor is also very adjustable thanks to some large Velcro patches. The armor is quite flexible making it very comfortable while riding. 840D Cordura fabric will provide excellent abrasion resistance and is sure to hold up in the event you hit the pavement. The large leather patches in the inside of the legs provide some additional durability and protection where your legs will meet the bike and does a great job at warding off heat from the engine/exhaust.

Style, Comfort & Airflow: These pants are simple and sleek in design. Personally, I love it as it matches my Klim Blade Jacket very well. The pants are extremely comfortable to ride in for many hours, even with their heavy duty construction. Airflow is phenomenal thanks to the two huge side vents that vent directly to your legs through some mesh fabric. The two smaller rear exhaust vents also do their part to help hot air escape out the back of the legs. I spent 3 hours riding in 90+ degree humid weather and besides some sweat on the back of my knees, these pants kept me nice and cool the entire ride.

Features: These pants are packed with features, from the Gore-Tex membrane, to 840D Cordura fabric, to the D3O armor, to the awesome vents, these pants kept me dry, cool/warm and protected no matter the weather.

Cons: There are only a few things I dislike about these pants, the first being the fly zipper. The zipper is rather short and is further restricted from opening thanks to the waterproof gusset. This makes getting the pants on rather difficult to put, especially when wearing them as overpants. Once they get past my hips/butt, they fit great, but getting them on can be a bit hassle. Second, the adjustable knee armor can be a pain to get right. The knee armor has Velcro patches on it which attach to the Velcro patches in the pants. So lining them up properly in the pocket can be a hassle but once I got it right, they have stayed secure without issue. Lastly, the thick fabric bunches behind the knee and caused some discomfort at first. However, the pants broke in a bit and I seemed to notice it less and less the more I rode in them. If Klim sees this, they should definitely look into using some lightweight fabric or stretch material behind the knees since that area is much less prone to impact and it would improve comfort, especially for rider with bikes that have a sporty seating/body position.

Overall, these pants are great. And do not be worried about the price as I was at first; they are well worth the price. These pants will definitely last you many, many seasons of riding in whatever weather comes your way.
July 28, 2016
Ride:
2011 Kawasaki Ninja 250R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
4 / 5
Great Pants so far.
Only reason this is not a 5-star review is because I don't feel I've done enough miles in the pants to give a fair 5-star rating.

So, I'll start the review by saying that over the years, I have spent thousands of dollars on helmets, jackets, gloves etc... that all sound great and are at "the right price". I then spend the next few months convincing myself and others that my money was well spent and why my $50 gloves are just as good as a $200 pair of gloves. As you can imagine, I have many pairs of gloves, jackets, helmets an such.

I have been fortunate to be able to take some very long rides from GA to AK several times. To me, this is where "gear" comes into it's own. Good quality gear, if selected correctly for the use case, and not fit the budget, should perform well across the use case with minimal compromise (if any).

Mt first experience with KLIM was with a pair of Dakar pants. My next experience was with an Overland jacket with has at least 25,000 miles on it as a over layer. Never got wet once.

For an upgrade, I purchased the KLIM Badlands Jacket and again, have never been WET, COLD or even too HOT.

Lastly, I purchased these Latitude Pants... only because my 8yr old Scorpion pants finally decided enough was enough.

I chose the Latitude pants over the bad land pants purely down to personal fit and feel. The Badland pants just felt very stiff and for me, I don't care for that. They were very comfortable though.

I am 6ft 3" tall with a 34" inseam and a 38" jeans waist. I purchased the Latitude pants in 38 TALL. I wear SIDI Adventure Rain boots, and I like the pants to fully cover the boots when riding and walking.

After receiving the pants, 24 hrs later I took off on a 700 mile ride around the NC mountains. Temps went from 39 degrees to 80 degrees.

I never got cold, I never got hot. I have ridden in the rain and as expected, I never got wet.

I am headed from GA to AK again this summer and my gear will be Klim Badlands Jacket, Klim Latitude Pants, Gerbins T5 Gloves for wet weather and Held Warm and Dry gloves for Dry weather, SIDI Adventure Rain (Gortex) boots and a Schuberth C3 Pro Helmet.

Now, I can hear the trolls say "holy cow, that too much $$$", but please understand, my gear it totally comfortable, I stay totally dry, I don't get overly hot and I do not need to carry extra jackets and rain gear.

I believe motorcycling can be as pleasant or unpleasant as you make it with going cheap on gear. My experience, with Klim gear... has been very pleasant.

I would, and have, recommend these pants to my friends.
April 24, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Good Protection
I has tried the Klim Badlands pants, but they were like wearing a suit of armor, just too heave and stiff. The Latitude are way more comfortable. I also purchased the Latitude jacket for the same reason.
December 15, 2015
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Just as good as the more expensive Badlands.
I originally bought the Badlands Pro Pants to match the jacket I got but the size was incorrect and they were out of the correct size, hence I have these. I wear a size 34-36" x 34" Levis (6'2" 195lbs) and bought a size 36" tall at first but they were way too long, so I returned them and got 36" regulars. (Standard Revzilla support) They fit okay, not great. Length is good but the waist is a little tight if I wear anything other than skivvies or thin long johns. Jeans makes them snug but tolerable for short periods of time. I'm not sure if 38"'s would be just right or too big in the waist; so I'm sticking with the 36's". Additionally, the rise is a little tight. I REALLY like the front hand pockets (like jeans have) in addition to the leg pocket. The pants are a lot stiffer and more substantial than I would have thought; very similar to the Badlands Pro pants. I feel very protected.

I have ridden in hard rain and stayed totally dry. No issues. With long johns or jeans you are good down to about 35 degrees for rides less than two hours (all I have tried). Longer or colder than that and you'll want heated gear.

In summary, they are great pants, it's just hard the get the fit right.
January 5, 2016
Ride:
2015 BMW R1200GS Adventure
Crash Test
Crash test at around 30 mph. I wear them while practicing in an empty parking lot. They worked well enough that I didn't get hurt thanks to the CE armor but the pants ripped at the knees. I didn't slide far which was good because it seems like that would have been a really bad thing if I slid a longer distance. I am looking for a pair that will give me a better feeling that if I slide a ways the pants will hold up.
May 23, 2016
Ride:
2016 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R ZX636
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
4 / 5
Premium pants worth the price
These are my first premium pants for my daily commute and dual sport adventures. I purchased them as an overpant, buying a size larger than required. They are snug, but still have room in all the right places. even with a pair of jeans underneath, they are comfortable on the bike or off. Nice pockets and waist snaps / Velcro closures.. I'm your average joe 5'9" with a 32 inseam and 34-36 waist based on jeans brand.
October 15, 2015
Ride:
2011 Kawasaki KLR650
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Pants & I survived Pakistan
I bought these pants for a m/c tour in Northern Pakistan. The protection worked quite well. I had two lowsides on pavement, the pants & I came out unscathed. They were warm over very high passes (15k feet) and kept me dry in the rain. The zipper vents were adequate in the hot sections. My only gripe is that they don't have gaiters. On deep water crossings the water would go up the pants legs and down into my boots. Overall rating, bitchen! :)
October 27, 2015
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
3 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
1 / 5
Solid product that could be improved
In general I like these pants. They're well-constructed, they're waterproof, the fit is good, and they look good as well.

The Good:

Fit: the fit is spot on with the size chart. The cuffs have a fast and easy snap setup to cinch them down over your boots, and the cut works well in the riding position. Also, the knees are in the right spot for me, which can be an issue with some pants. Also, the general cut of the pants is very trim, meaning that there isn't a lot of extra fabric flapping around. This is a blessing and a curse (keep reading).

Waterproof: I've only worn them in rain once, but it was a steady hard rain for about 90 minutes at elevated freeway speed, and I had no leakage at all. So far, so good.

General quality: as you have a right to expect from a pair of pants costing this much, the build quality and quality of materials is excellent.

The Bad:

Heat: Yes, I know that these are Gore Tex pants, and as such, they're going to be warm, Here's the thing: these pants have huge thigh vents, and rear (bottom if you're sitting) vents as well, and together they flow almost exactly no air whatsoever. When the no-flow venting is combined with the trim cut of these pants, you get an exceptionally hot pair of pants. I don't know what the answer is, but it needs to be figured out.

Knee armor: While better than most, it is pretty much impossible for knee armor to be reliably in-place in a fall with any pants that aren't fully articulated leathers, or close. Like every pair of street or on/off riding pants I've worn for the last 30+ years, the way to go with these is to ditch the knee armor (a shame, as in this case it's high-dollar 3DO stuff) and use off-road style knee/shin guards. I tried my Icon street-centric Field Stryker knee armor (similar to the dirt bike stuff, but CE approved w/ 3DO armor inside a hard shell) but they were too bulky under these pants. Klim would be better served by eliminating the knee armor in all its pants, and designing a companion separate strap-on knee/shin product to sell with their pants.

Leg zippers: they're too short. If you're going to add complexity to the pants by having long leg cuff zips, make them long enough to facilitate boot-on leg entry. These aren't.

Overall impression: Until somebody acknowledges that in-the-pants knee armor doesn't work in pants like these, this won't change. Once you add your own knee-shin solution, they go to 'good.' There is a double fabric knee covering which seems stout, and the same treatment is given to the butt area. There is 3DO hip armor included, but it's very thin, so its effectiveness is going to be questionable at best.

But, at the end of the day, we're paying this money for pants because we don't want to be forced to stop riding when the rain comes, and unless you like riding in your own personal rain-liner-induced sweat-sauna all summer, a 2L or 3L Gore Tex pant is the only game in town. These are a solid choice in that arena.
July 25, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Ride:
2012 Yamaha XT1200Z Super Tenere
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
3 / 5
Great pant, armor placement issues
Like the Klim Apex jacket, I bought these pants because I wanted gore-tex and good ventilation. Like the jacket, these pants are warm. I am a 32 waist 30 inseam but sent them back for a 30 waist which fit great. I do not intend on wearing much of a base layer as again, the pants are warm, and really don't flow much air. They are comfortable, the length is perfect on the bike and appear to be extremely well constructed. My only issue is the placement of the knee armor. I turned the pant legs inside out more times than I can count trying to get it placed correctly. It simply rides too high and for me the pads don't cover enough area (hence the 4 star rating). I purchased a set of Rukka D30 Air Knee pads (which are much larger). They just fit in the leg armor pouches but I have modified the pouches to have the armor sit lower. I like the result and I think the pants are more protective as a result than "stock".
November 7, 2015
Ride:
2016 BMW R1200RS
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