I've put 60,000 miles on my Klim Latitude Jacket and Pants including a 2017 trip up the Dempster to Inuvik which was the End-of-the-road at that time.
It is all in what you wear underneath.
My basic outfit is LDComfort
Long sleeve shirt and LD Comfort Long Underwear as my base layer.
This works for me from 55-90F with adjustment of vents as the temperature rises.
As the temp goes above 90F I close all the jacket vents, wet the sleeves of the LDComfort shirt, open the collar to the jacket and regulate the air conditioning by varying the air I allow to flow through the sleeves. Cooling effect lasts for 2-3 hours depending upon air flow. I've used this up to 110F in the desert and in the Deep South 100% Humidity/100F.
When it is cooler than 60 I put on my Gerbing Electric Jacket on and adjust the thermostat as needed. If I'm going to ride all day at 50F or below I'll shift from LD Comfort Long Underwear bottoms to a heavyweight Merino Wool set of Long Underwear bottoms and wool sox. I've ridden in 30-36F rain and snow for an entire day with this setup and have not been too cold.
My Latitude gear is looking pretty ratty, but still watertight, I think I'll replace it with another set of Latitude gear before I set out for Alaska in June. As always I'll check with Alex at Black Hills Moto
for the best deal. Call them as KLIM has a Minimum Advertised Price, which Alex often beats.