Original Mountain Pants

Original Mountain Pants


Founded in 2003 in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Mountain Khakis is the choice for men looking for apparel that works in both a board room and on a farm. Mountain Khakis has established themselves as the perfect choice for those looking for a rugged pair of pants that aren’t as rough as ‘work pants’ but more distinctive than your average khakis. Their designs are “mountain inspired,” focusing on quality and fit.

The Original Mountain Pants are the anchor of MK’s catalog. Made from heavy 10.4 oz canvas, the pants can be worn in environments across the spectrum. They will stand up to the thorn-filled brush on a bird hunt, they can endure anything a tailgate has to throw at them, and look great after a light ironing with a pair of loafers at your next business meeting.

The construction of the pants is rock solid. They have a grosgrain band inside the waist so they keep their waist measurement. The ‘mud flap’ – a reinforced heel cuff – adds durability to the pants after multiple wears. The fit is straight around the waist down to the gusset, and straight through the legs. They could be called relaxed as there is plenty of room to move, but they are not baggy. The thighs are cut a bit slimmer than other comparable canvas pants.

The Original Mountain Pants have plenty of storage, with two large back pockets, and the MK signature three front pockets – two stacked pockets on the left, and one on the right. There isn’t much that won’t fit. They are available in a variety of colors, with ‘Ranch’ being the most popular. Fading is minimal, but as with everything, they will break in and become much softer after multiple washes and wears. From a care perspective, it’s best to wash these as you would any other article of clothing, and dry them on the lowest setting, as canvas does have a propensity to shrink in high heat.

Be careful – you’ll find yourself reaching for them every time you head to your closet, which is A-OK, as they only get better with age.

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