FWIW, I have adjustable, folding, and extendable levers from the2wheels
on my 2015 DL650A.
The specific model I have (LE6FE_SU) has the correct clutch switch tab, but doesn't appear available on their website any longer (which is where I bought them). Looks like they're still listed in their eBay store, however
Their compatibility chart (on both website and eBay) isn't up to date. When I bought mine, I bought the version compatible with 2011-2012 VStrom 650. Looks like the eBay item linked above is compatible with the 2011-2012 VStrom 650, so probably the same ones (though I can't guarantee it).
If you don't want folding or extendable, they have other options, too. Took a short while for me to become accustomed to the folding feature, as it introduced additional up / down play in the lever, but now it doesn't bother or concern me. And I have mine extended not-at-all, so basically shorties. I went with the extendable (rather than just shorties) because I wasn't certain the full length would fit inside my handguard frames, or if the shorties would fit my hands.
Turns out I like these in their shorty configuration and can fit all but 1/2 of my pinky on both levers (I have small hands).
For both brake and clutch, I can't use ALL 7 settings -- on the brake side, adjusting too close to the bars for a very
short reach eventually meant I ran out of space to fully engage the lever and achieve full braking power (b-a-d). On the clutch side, adjusting for a short reach meant the lever pushed the trigger button (tweaking the rotation of the control pod solved that problem easily).
At any rate, I can use enough of the adjustment settings to shorten enough that I find them more comfortable than stock.