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Sizing not accurate

These pants seem to be very well made. I like the material, the construction, and the quality of stitches.

However, I could not really test it further, because the sizing is too tight!
I am usually 32x32, sometimes even 31x32. Snakes River 32x32 were to tight for me, and not only waist; the whole pants.
The next available is 34x32.

These might be good, if pricey, pants. If they fit you.

There's a some review of them:
http://www.backpackgeartest.org/reviews/Clothing/Pants%20and%20Shorts/Mountain%20Khakis%20Snake%20River%20Pant/Test%20Report%20by%20Brian%20Hartman/
http://www.nationaloutdoors.net/gearreview/mountain-khakis-mens-snake-river-convertible-pant-review

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As of this year, the Granite Creek Collection comes in odd sizes too! It sounds like 33x32 should work perfect for you.

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I tried on a set of these locally and couldn't agree more. Seem super bomber and very nicely put together, but run about an inch - 2" smaller than expected in the waist/hips. I'm normally between a 34-35" in most stuff if I want it to fit. The 36x34 in these were very snug in the waist, probably would be great once I drop the 5lbs or so of rainy spring induced inactivity bulk, but not what I would consider super accurate.

Inseam on the shorts is shorter than I'd like as well (I'd guess in the 8-9" region), but other than that very well featured and constructed.

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I have several pair of MK cotton pants and they fit fine in the rise. That being said do these fit similar to their cotton counterparts? I am 6'2"...