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Klim Overland Pants

Following closely in the footsteps of the ultra-comfortable and all-conditions Traverse off-road pants, the 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.

Note: We have found the Klim Overland Pants tend to run small and suggest going up if you are between sizes.

Exterior Features:

  • 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
  • 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 grade reflective material placement for increased visibility

Integrated Armor System:

  • D3O T5 EVO XT range knee and hip armor pieces (meets or exceeds Level 1 limb protector CE Certification PREN1621-1:2011

Additional Features:

  • 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 closures keeps pants securely in place and weather out of boots
  • Side waist adjusters on waistband via VELCRO® brand closures
  • 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.

Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.5 / 5
4.2 / 5
4.4 / 5
4.4 / 5
Air Flow
3.7 / 5

Klim Men's Pant Sizing

Numeric Size Waist (in) Hips (in) Inseam (in) Inseam - Tall (in)
28 28 - 31 34 - 36 30 34
30 32 - 34 37 - 39 31 34
32 35 - 37 40 - 42 32 35
34 38 - 40 43 - 45 32 35
36 41 - 43 46 - 48 32 35
38 44 - 46 49 - 51 32 35
40 47 - 49 52 - 54 33 36
42 50 - 52 55 - 57 33 36

Alpha Size Waist (in) Hips (in) Inseam (in) Inseam - Short (in) Inseam - Tall (in)
SM 31 - 33 34 - 36 30 28 33
MD 35 - 37 38 - 40 31 29 34
LG 39 - 41 42 - 44 32 30 35
XL 43 - 45 46 - 48 33 31 36
2XL 47 - 49 50 - 52 33 31 36
3XL 51 - 53 54 - 56 33 31 36
4XL 55 - 57 58 - 60 33 31 36
5XL 59 - 61 62 - 64 33 31 36

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

How To Measure

W Waist Measure around your natural waistline, around the top of the hip bones, inline with the navel while keeping the measuring tape parallel to the ground.
HP Hips Measure the circumference, from pelvic bone to pelvic bone, at the widest part of your hips below the waist.
I Inseam Measure from the highest point of your crotch down to your ankle, along your inner leg.
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 28 884513 6030-000-028-000 Out of Stock
Grey / 28 884528 6030-000-028-600 Out of Stock


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Best riding pants I've owned
Sizing: I’m 174cm and 72kg (5’8.5” and 159lb), usually between size 30 and 32 on jeans (closer to 32) with 31 inseam. I got the Overland’s in size 32 and they fit perfect, use regularly with nothing underneath but I can easily fit over my work trousers (with built in knee pads).

Waterproofness/Breathability: I’ve been caught in a 2 hour downpour and there was no sign of leaking whatsoever. Waterproof zippers did their job flawlessly. Got to test how well Gore-Tex breath when the bite valve on my hydration pack got caught between the shoulder armour and the backpack strap pouring about a cupful of water straight down the left leg vent that was wide open, 15 minutes later it was all nice and dry.

They are a bit baggy around the backside area when standing up, but look and feel great when sitting down. Vents work well on the sitting position and excellent when standing on the pegs. Once properly adjusted knee protectors are barely noticeable.

I’ve used them between 7°C and 26°C (45°-79°F) with no need for thermals underneath and pretty confident they would still be comfortable in much higher temperatures.

Overall they are impeccable, best riding pants I’ve owned, absolutely loved them.
November 18, 2014
2014 BMW F700GS
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Great waterproof pants for all seasons.
I purchased these after weeks of research. My criteria was simple, I wanted a reasonably priced pair of waterproof pants with armor which did not require the adding and removing of a waterproof or thermal liners. In addition I wanted the flexibility to wear them on my K1600GT and R1200GS.
I have done a few trips with them and they are both comfortable and waterproof. I got hit by a rainstorm last Saturday and I can attest that they are indeed waterproof. No stopping to add a waterproof liner or put on a rainsuite, priceless.
I have also used them in 30 degree heat with the vents open and they allow air to pass freely and keep you cool. There are two deep storage pockets to store your wallet and keys, etc. while riding. You also have the flexibility to wear nothing underneath or any clothing of your choice, you decide.
This combined with the Klim warranty, it was an easy choice to make. I highly recommend them for their price and flexibility.
September 9, 2013
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Work well in most conditions
Just bought these pants, and immediately used them on a one-week tour of the Alps. We rode twelve hours a day for a week through every kind of condition: 100 degrees in the valleys, freezing cold glaciers at the mountain passes, blazing sun, and driving rain on the German autobahn. They were excellent in all conditions...until the GoreTex waterproofing was overwhelmed after riding two hours in a hard rain on the autobahn. Every part of my gear, including my helmet, was inundated with water, so that was a tough test. Normal rain fall was no problem. This was my first pair of textile riding pants, and at first they seemed a little baggier and crunchier than I was expecting, but I got used to it. Although they worked best wearing nothing underneath except underwear, they also fit over pants, so I can wear them commuting to work. The sizing chart on RevZilla's website was right on the money for my size. I feel much better knowing I have some padding on my legs, and the venting and waterproofing works well for most conditions. I give these pants two thumbs up.
August 2, 2013
2005 Yamaha FZS1000 FZ1
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
5 / 5
5 / 5
4 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
3 season pants - awesomeness
Ride: BMW GS1200R.

These pants fit the bill. I'm 240 lbs at 6' and the size 40 fits well over shorts or thermals. I usually wear size 38 pants. Also, the ability to adjust the knee pads (3 settings) is a bonus and work for me (in the highest setting). I've worn these through rain showers and the water beads up and blows away. I feel the protective paddings could be better, but I hear the technology makes them hard upon impact, but soft/flexible otherwise.

My only complaint is that the front pockets and vents are very similar (pockets behind the vents) and I've actually put my motorcycle key in the vent a couple of times and freaked out that I lost my key. Only to find it stuck in the inside liner. The vents should have some kind of liner so I can not reach in and actually touch my toes.

All in all, a great pair of pants and highly recommend. Good looking, comfortable fit for bigger guys, great air flow and good reflective panels for night riding.
July 8, 2014
2013 BMW R1200GS
Great Value for Higher End Pants
Fit: I'm 6', 165lbs, 32" waist/33" inseam. The 32 Tall are an excellent fit on me, albeit likely perfect if I had a 34" inseam.

Quality & appearance: excellent, especially for the price. . I got the grey for hot weather and they look v sharp (not like some greys)

Armor- I really like the D30 in these- top notch stuff.

Ventilation/Water: big front and rear zips worked up to days hitting 95F in the heat of the day. Tested on 2 week trip in Burma. Dry season, so didn't test the waterproofing, but I much prefer the GorTex shell to those crummy removable liners.

Overall: These are Great all around pants. I've also got the Badlands pants, but a big increase in price for I'm not sure how much of a step-up. I've also got the Dakar pants, but you Really notice the difference there. Crummy armor, no GorTex and a noticeable step down in quality (fit was more full in the Dakar). Personally, I'd ignore the Dakar and spring for the Overland, if you can afford the price difference. Now, justifying the difference to the Badland pants is much harder.

On the other hand, the Badlands jacket is superb. It seems to have more upgrades to justify the price over the Overland jacket (which I don't own) with better armor, and great ventilation (key).
January 20, 2014
2011 BMW R1200GS
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Exceeded my expectations
These are great pants from Klim.
First, about the pants:They are much heavier that I thought they would be. They are a little bulky but in black, they look slim and low profile enough for street riding. I ride a cruiser and I do not look like I am an adventure rider on the wrong bike.
I like the knee protections. As other reviewers mentioned, I would have liked the hip protections to be slightly bigger but better than nothing probably.
I like the full storm guard liner on the flyer zipper, it is a nice touch I haven't seen on other pants and a insurance that you won't end up the day with wet underpants.
I haven't riden in the rain yet (not much rain in the desert where I live#, so it is only my guess. The 2 pockets are nice but according to Klim they are not waterproof #too bad as I will need to use ziplock or sea-to-summit waterproof bags that will add some bulk)
I have wiped bugs with a wet cloth and they wiped off easily.
Now about the sizing:
I am 6'1" and 190 lbs. My waist at my belly button is 36", hips are 41.25" and inseams are 32". The size 34" fits perfectly with a little room to use the pants as overpants if you max out the waist side adjustments. The pants seat somewhere between the hips and the belly button. I would not say that it is low cut but I think that if they would have seated higher, I may have needed to relax the waist adjustments. Regarding the length, it is good when riding (all protections are in place) but an extra inch would have allowed the pants to touch the top (above feet) of my boots. If you ride in tennis shoes, you may have a small gap.
Still glad I picked 34 regular as a 34T with the extra 3 inches would have added too much fabric and the protection may have been out of place.

In conclusion, I am happy with my purchase.
August 16, 2013
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
3 / 5
4 / 5
4 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Quality produce, but not perfect
I searched high and low for a good pair of waterproof adventure style pants. You really have two choices: bonded gore-tex or some kind of waterproof layer insert. I chose Klim overland because I wanted just one garment without the need to swap out inserts--the armor is great and comes with hip protectors. The reviews were all generally positive as well. Some of the non gore-tex pants were just as expensive, so it seemed logical to go with Klim. Klim products are very high quality. You can tell as soon as you try them on. My biggest fear was lack of vents.

Having a few hundred miles on these pants I can say that they are comfortable (after they loosen up a bit). The do flow air, but sitting down it really goes into the crotch area,primarily. One aspect that I didn't think about is that with adjustable cuffs around the boots, you can loosen those up to allow air up the leg, which actually is quite convenient.

I am not a fan of the pockets, but they are waterproof (I believe) and out of the way.

The pants feel extremely durable and beefy. They are a bit heavy, so you must cinch down the Velcro sides to keep them up!

I was a bit concerned about size. I went with a 34, I usually wear 34/32 jeans. These pants fit almost too perfectly. I wish they were about 1" longer. Otherwise, they fit great. Keep in mind that you need these pants to fit correctly so the knee armor is in the right place. The knee armor is adjustable a bit, but not enough that you can wear these pants below your waist.

They feel too short when on the bike, but are perfect when walking around. That just might be the style as these will usually be worn with some heavy boots which will keep everything protected even if the pants are mid/lower shin height while riding.

These, to me, are not really everyday all the time pants--they are too bulky and heavy. You can wear these as overpants (mainly because your jeans will sit a bit lower on the hips, so don't interfere with the Klim waist fasteners). But, you will get HOT if you wear jeans under these in anything but cool temps. I have been in 85+ degrees (low humidity) and as long as you keep moving, they aren't too hot.

All in all, great pants. Yet to get them wet, but I'm sure they will be fine.

Hoping to pair these with the overland jacket.
May 10, 2016
2014 Triumph Tiger 800 XC
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
good quality, a lot of protection but sizing could be better
Overall is a very good product, keeps you dry, good materials, good protection.

My only complain is the size... i am 34 on jeans. Using the sizing table I bought 34 and it was incredible big, I change it for a 32 and is also a little big on legs... isnt so bad but i feel that the protection are not in the best place.

The customer service works great, they change my product with out complains.
August 26, 2013
2008 KTM 990 Adventure
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
4 / 5
5 / 5
5 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Good except for one major flaw
I just returned from a 2500 mile, 7-day trip through CO, NM & AZ wearing my new Klim Overland Pants. On this trip we rode through everything from hot desert, high mountains, substantial rains and snows, and dirt roads. First, I will say that these pants are EXTREMELY well built, very comfortable and look great. The venting works very well for a waterproof pant and I was very satisfied in the hot desert portions of the ride. However, once the weather turned nasty (100 miles of downpouring rain and snow) a design flaw revealed itself that caused me to get wet. This flaw is that the front vents are angled in such a way that when seated, the water runs up the leg and gets trapped next to the vent zipper underneath a protective flap. The water then runs up the flap along the zipper towards your hips and the top of the zipper. The flap is sewn so that this water then gets trapped at the top and works its way into the top of the zipper that cannot be zipped on the last few teeth. This allowed the water in and left me cold and wet. In smaller rains, the pants kept me dry. But in heavier, prolonged rains water found its way in due to this design flaw. It should be noted that the rest of the pant is excellent. I have since purchased the new Latitude pants which I believe will keep me dry do to better design.
May 21, 2016
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
4 / 5
5 / 5
5 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Follow up
I reviewed on fit soon after I got them, and now have about 1200 miles in Arizona weather. First, my bike is a KLR 650, which has more fairing than some, less than others, so this is what a KLR air flow felt like. The pant definitely flows air and it can be felt. When walking around the pant still allowed air to move and it could be felt where when walking it could not with the jacket. I was going to get the Traverse, but there was $100 difference and to get the D30 armor and a better pant, just the armor made it a no brainer for me. Also, black is a no no in Arizona sun.... and went with the gray,
May 27, 2014
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Why did you choose this?
RevZilla Store
price to value ratio
A C on May 27, 2017
Needed over pants, these got great reviews and were on closeout.
A U on Mar 29, 2017
price to value ratio
A C on May 27, 2017
I wanted a Gore-Tex ADV pant with good armor and excellent venting. These pants fit the bill, plus I was able to get them at close-out pricing.
SRW on Apr 22, 2017
Needed over pants, these got great reviews and were on closeout.
A U on Mar 29, 2017
Price and gore-tex
Stefano R on Feb 16, 2017
Gore Tex lining , quality construction and great price point for these level of pants
Bradley S on Feb 7, 2017
will go with My jacket and the vents will be good for the hot Australian weather
Stephen C on Jan 22, 2017
Bryan E on Jan 17, 2017
Because you should never leave the house without your pants...again.
Derek G on Jan 11, 2017
I got these to go along with the jacket and I couldn't be happier. I own lots of Klim gear and this is my go to set for daily commuting. Freezing or hot, these pants are great. Vents work good and protection is awesome, quality is second to none, I expect to ride with these for many years and way more miles. 20,000 down on my new KTM 1190 in the first year and I love my Klim Overland gear! No complaints
Thomas K on Nov 29, 2016
Your review.
Mark K on Nov 1, 2016
Love these pants.
Jason on Oct 27, 2016
Versitile and great quality. From 15 F to 85 F
V N on Oct 26, 2016
Needed waterproof gear for a tour through Norway - to the Arctic Circle.
David S on Jul 19, 2016
Klim makes great products that last and work.
Steven K on Jul 6, 2016
Superior design, function and materials,very happy with these from 30 degrees up to 90 degrees.
steven on Jun 19, 2016
I have a pair of BMW Rallye 2 pants now and they work well but they have a water proof liner that goes on the inside(?) of the pant. So while they are technically waterproof they don't breathe in the rain because the outer pant gets soaked. Decided to get a fully water proof pant that doesn't require a separate liner. I have always found Klim fit to work well with my body and they option of a Long leg really helps
Seth S on May 26, 2016
I wear these in all conditions and they just work.
Ryanlaw on May 20, 2016
Made in the USA. Company reputation.
Dwayne O on May 14, 2016
I know Klim is great gear, and i wasn't disappointed!!
T A on Apr 10, 2016
Based on my experience with the Klim Overland jacket
pat b on Apr 5, 2016
I love the Overland jacket, so bought the matching pants.
Alex R on Apr 1, 2016
Klim reputation for quality and design, experience with my Klim jacket, and gore-tex waterproof-ness.
Adam S on Mar 31, 2016
Have heard good things from other users of this product. So when in the market for a new pair of adventure pants that are waterproof/breathable, with vents... hoping this is a good investment.
Matthew on Mar 28, 2016
Trying to find a comfortable pair of pants that are waterproof and breathable.
michael G on Mar 24, 2016
It was the right choise
CESAR R on Nov 11, 2015
Needed some waterproof pants at a good price to fit over my AStars Tech 7 Enduro boots. These are great except watch the fly zipper. It does leak and on my Tenere it seems that water likes to "pool" in that area. Not a big deal if you watch out for it.
Sabrina S on Oct 16, 2015
Was looking for a great all-purpose pant, however these leak water through the top thigh vents due to lack of any flap that covers the zipper
Colby H on Oct 5, 2015
My current pair of motorcycle pants is wearing out. I wanted some truly waterproof, durable pants to replace them. After much research and consideration of the views of owners of Klim gear, I decided to go with Klim.
xoomerite on Sep 29, 2015
Style, reviews
Brett G on Jul 7, 2015
Good value and matches the jacket I just bought
Andrew E on Jul 7, 2015
friend told me.
oleg R on Jun 9, 2015
Klim anything is so nice to own.
John R on Jun 5, 2015
Style color fit and quality. These pants have it all. Love em so far.
Thomas C on May 9, 2015
Fit protection
Ira E on Apr 18, 2015
Work well dry hot &dorky
ROBERT K on Apr 9, 2015
Wanted pants that are actually waterproof with protection
Alan K on Mar 29, 2015
Klim is the most comfortable thing I've ever worn. Use there winter snow machine gear as well.
Jade L on Mar 19, 2015
I chose the Overland pants for a couple reasons. Firstly, I own the Induction jacket and have tried the Overland jacket and I've been impressed with the design, fit, and quality of both. I expect the pants will be of equal quality. I also chose them because even though I don't mind quickly throwing on a rain jacket if need be, I HATE rain pants. The Gore-Tex and the venting on these pants along with some layering seems like it will give me what I'll need in varying weather and climate.
Adam S on Feb 3, 2015
It's suppose to be water resistant. I hope it is.
J U on Jan 12, 2015
Goretex waterproof, leather inner panels for off-road, good looking. A little hot in the Summer but the front/back vents work to help cooling.
David T on Dec 5, 2014
For hot weather riding.
NickW on Dec 1, 2014
User reviews
Jamie D on Aug 26, 2014
I have the Overland jacket and love it. I wanted Gor-Tex waterproof pants so I got the Overland pants. I have been very impressed with Klim gear.
Michael M on Aug 17, 2014
i love these pants.
donovan g on Jul 9, 2014
At 6'4" I need the tall version of most pants or trousers. Klim reputation for quality. Leather inner lower leg. Ventilation. Waist adjustability.
Ans as always, the no hassle experience with Revzilla.
ANTON S on Jun 29, 2014
Saw them at bike show, read recommendations on a sport touring forum, read and compared specs on similar models.
David L on Jun 9, 2014
Features, name, armor.
John S on May 20, 2014
Recommended by a friend. Great pants!
Jeff H on May 6, 2014
The Klim Overland Pants seem to be the best value for the dollar, and the most functional for what I need.
Phil G on Apr 29, 2014
I have heard many good things about Klim gear from friends I ride with. I was looking for Goretex, 4 season gear @ a reasonable price. These pants fit that bill.
Gary w on Apr 23, 2014
I wanted a Gore-Tex ADV pant with good armor and excellent venting. These pants fit the bill, plus I was able to get them at close-out pricing.
SRW on Apr 22, 2017
Price and gore-tex
Stefano R on Feb 16, 2017
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. John
A shopper on Jan 18, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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.
Are the pockets waterproof?
Patrick C on Apr 1, 2014
BEST ANSWER: In my experience, yes. I have worn them in light rain and at least one serious downpour. Everything about this garment is seriously heavy-duty - down to the stitching and zippers. I bought the pants for a cross-country trip and am glad I did.

That said, I find the configuration of the pockets a little inconvenient, so I never kept much in them.
what are the significant differences between the overland pants and the latitude misano pants?
Eric Z on Apr 3, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I tried both the Lattitude and Overlander pants. I found that the Overland pants fit me better in the tail section than the Lattitudes did. Let's just say the Overlanders made me look more streamlined! The other differences I noted were the positioning of the thigh vents. The Overlander front vents were positioned more in front of the leg which I think increases airflow. Having said that, the main reason I purchased the Overlander pant was because of the leather panel on the inside of the knee down to the end of the pant leg. This offers more heat protection from your exhaust. I burnt the lower pant leg on my last pair of pants because they did not have this feature.

Safe riding!
Do the Overland pants include the hip and knee armor?
tass on Nov 17, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes, and both are substantial (I didn't feel the need to replace them immediately - and I still haven't). This is a great pair of pants for longer trips. Extremely well made down to the stitching. Wore them through a big downpour and the Gore Tex did its job.
Do the pants have zippers that run the length of the legs for putting them on and taking them off?
A shopper on Apr 10, 2014
BEST ANSWER: In short - no.
It has an outside flap of sorts from bottom to just below the knee area.
I used them all year since I bought them.
Summer - I open up all the vents and off we go.
Winter - I put them over jeans. All vents closed of course.
Eventually, I will buy Kevlar jeans for summer to ride around the town,
but I'm confident to take these pants for longer trips as the only pants.
If I wanted to use these pants for commuting while wearing jeans underneath would I size up one waist size? How much adjustability is there in the velcro tabs on the sides?
A shopper on Dec 4, 2013
BEST ANSWER: 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.
Would these work in hot weather riding? (San Diego)
William W on Jan 20, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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.
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?
A shopper on Aug 14, 2013
BEST ANSWER: 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.
Any idea how the Overland Pants fit in comparisson to the Latitud's? When I bought the Latitude pants I felt they run like one size small and that it has a slimmer cut. What would you recommend for the Overlands, should I stick to the sizing chart or go one size up? Normally I'm a 35 in jeans.
Alejandro L on Jul 8, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Most motorcycle pants will always run smaller than your jean size. Do not use your jean size when ordering motorcycle pants. Use a soft tape to find out your true waist size and inseam and go by the size chart provided by manufacturer. I don't know how the overlands compare to the latitudes but my guess is that sizes are comparable. I have overlands and as a reference, I wear a size 32 jeans but my overlands are 34 and fit good. 32 overlands were too small in waist, seat and upper legs. If you wear 35 jeans I'd start with a 36 in the latitude and go from there. If the latitudes you have fit good, order the same size overlands and my bet is that they'll be right on the money for you.
I am in between size 34 and 36, and my inseam is 34. Any advise on which size I should purchase?
I usually wear my pants with a thin base layer and over toucan boots. For length, should I get the tall (35 inseam) or regular (32 inseam)?
A shopper on Jul 17, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I'm g'5" tall, and my I usually I used to wear pants with a 34" inseam, but switched to a 32" inseam as they seem to be long enough. Now, in your case, you're a 34, much like I am.
I purchased these pants in the standard length, and have found that they fit over my Sidi Adventure rain boots just fine. In fact, they seem to come all the way to the ground, and even when I'm sitting on the bike, they pants do not seem to be too short.
So, my guess would be the 32" pants would fit you perfectly, but whenever I am stressing over it, I have Revzilla ship both sizes, and I try them both on, returning the one that does not fit right. I have very big hands, and even with the help of the folks from Revzilla, I've had to send back numerous pairs of gloves, and these folks are very reasonable about it, but I do try to buy everything at once, so as to minimize the shipping costs for Revzilla, since their policy is so reasonable, it makes sense for us to be reasonable right back at them.
Good luck

At first glance, the new Klim Overland is really the road version, a complete version, of something like we saw, the Traverse in the Path. Many guys took a Traverse, which was an Enduro outfit, it didn't come from armor, and they kind of shoehorned it into on road riding conditions. Peter is actually one of those guys commuting in the Traverse a lot, everyday. The Overland pants are going to be a little bit more basic than something like the Latitude or the Badlands. We shot the jacket; watch that full detailed breakdown video as well. There is still gore performance shell. They just have some more road-oriented upgrades and they now come with armor at a $400 price point.

So, we look at them at a glance. You can see Peter here to my left, wearing them; basic textile construction, 840D Cordura overlays on the knees, and on the sides, and kind of low side impact areas, as well as the shins. They are going to include that D3O Evil XT Armor which is temperature stable even when you get into really cold. That's going to be a molecular style armor, I have a piece here in my pocket. Let's see how that's going to work. It's very flexible. This is actually a shoulder from one of the jackets. You can see how that works. Now, keep in mind, let me hear your quick gut feedback and reactions to the Overland Pants. Subscribe to us at Revzilla TV on our YouTube channel and feel free to join the conversation.

Note on fitment; Peter's to my left, he is wearing a size 34, and Peter has pretty big legs. Peter is actually about a 35 waist in jeans. You see, he sits right in between.  He can go either way, he's kind of maxed out the waist adjustment on this 34 size pant, but you can see he gets plenty of coverage. The knee armor is completely adjustable. This pant could actually work for him until he started really beefing up the layers underneath. So, keep that in mind. Remember, it's a technical shell from Klim. Basic mesh on the inside; you add your own base layer, you add your own mid layer for winter time riding, and it should vent decently enough with nothing underneath it to keep you riding through summertime riding. And remember, on sizing, we ship for free, exchange for free, no restocks if you send back to us. We try to keep it simple enough if you are not sure about your sizing.

So, looking at the front, two snaps, a zipper with a gator behind it. It's the Gor-tex waterproof breathable shell that's laminated to this outer shell, it's actually performance shell. They've upgraded the leather on the inside of the cuffs going down on both sides so you get good contact with your bike if your standing on the pegs depending on how your ride. Really, the Overland does kind of transcend both street and light Enduro riding. It's nice.

Now, turn to the side for a minute. You're going to see one of the key differences. Stop right there. Nice articulation of the legs that we didn't have in the Traverse Pants and this big pocket here on the side using that 840D Cordura. Now, looking from the front on, you're going to see there's a big vent here right on the front, and that's going to exhaust all the way through the back. And now, these vents are going to be mesh lined so you can keep debris out of there a little bit better. You see there on the top, too, when I talked about the built-in waist cinching, Peter actually has it kind of maxed out a little bit there because he's right on the cusp in between sizes. C3O hip armor, which is molecular as well, is included as well. Going down towards the back, you can see a lot of the reflective that goes all the way down to the cuff to make sure that you light up, and people would know that you are a human on a bike and be able to react more quickly.

Now, Peter, turn and face the Ducati right back there, behind you.  There you go. Stop right there. Looking at the back cuffs, lot of adjustable Velcro; it goes all the way up. You're going to see rain gutter down along the back. But one of the things you're going to see is this Cordura goes all the way up on the inside. Big problem with boots or with pants that are worn over taller boots, depending on how aggressive the buckles might be, is that many times your boots or your pants will wear out from the inside out. By having that heavier duty material coming up, wrapping underneath this cuff and going all the way up, you now have the ability to keep that pant, the high quality pant, from wearing away. Now, turn and face the front for me one more time there, Peter. Keep in mind, too. These pants come in black, and there's also tall sizes available which give you the extra inseam but are similar around the waist, so no surprises there.