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Hello. I love the looks of these pants but am struggling with what size to order after reading all of the reviews. I'm 6' 2" and 180lbs with pretty skinny legs and rear. I always wear 32 or 33 waist with a 34 inseam. Reviewers and staff seem to think I should order 34 waist with only a 32 length in this pant. Any suggestions on sizing would be a big help. Thnx.
Im consistently a 34-36. 34 is normally a snug fit, while 36 is comfortable.
Ordered the 36x34, and they're a lot tighter than ANY other 36 pants i've got. They seem more like a 34 in the waist. On another note, the legs are roomy, borderline baggy.
They're in my experience not true to size. Make sure you try them on.
But as long you're aware, I guess these are great pants.
Great stuff! Bullet proof and very comfortable. I could use them for pajamas. But then I'd be sleeping in the yard with the dog.
I have been a long time fan of MKs. Recently I have found it difficult to find the right size for me. I am consistently a 33 waist but often fit into 32s and sometimes 34s are not too big. My problem with Mountain Khaki is that 32 is just a tad too small and 34s are way big on me, especially around the thighs and upper part of the pant. Otherwise, I love the feel and comfort of these pants. Highly recommended if sizing works!
why are the pictures different between the colors? the olive color which I bought depicts the typical reinforced pant bottom and double belt loop in the rear of the pant, while the remaining two colors appear to be a more traditional pant leg bottom and single belt loop in the back of the pant. What gives?
This was a tough call. Clothes are my vice and I have lots; particularly pants. I have several pair of mountain Khaki mountain pants and I use them strictly when I am getting my hands dirty and I couldn't be happier. It took me awhile to buy a pair of these and I am going to remain neutral and offer some of my opinions. Here goes:
- MK quality
- super soft
- awesome pockets i've grown to luv about MK
- crotch is low. WEIRD MAN. This was actually the deal breaker for me and let me tell you why. My body type is proportionately larger in the legs and shorter in the torso. My inseam is ideally 31-31.5. MK in a 30 short USUALLY fits the bill. Similar case this time, although this time around there is what seems like an extra couple of inches in crotch length; makes you look dumpy.
I honestly can't hate on MK. My profession is on the business side of casual (button up and nice jeans or khakis). These are SUPER COMFORTABLE, although you have to rock these with Keens or something. They look out of place with some dressier casual shoes like my Salomon spirits. Just doesn't work for me.
These have become my go everywhere pants. More of a comfortable/relaxed fit than my other MKs. Good for hiking/climbing to going out at night.
These fit great, feel great and look great. I love them.
What would the leg opening be for a size 36x30?
This is my 5th pair of Mountain Khakis. I own pairs of both the originals and of the Teton Twills. This latest pair of Teton Twills is slightly different than two pair I purchased about 2 years ago in that the material doesn't seem to be quite as stiff. While they perhaps don't hold a crease as well (maybe that was intentional) they feel soft and broken in and have the same great fit and look. With a collection of these, you really don't need any other pants for daily use!
I've run through about 6-8 pairs of these pants as they are my primary work pant. Always been pleased. They fit me well and hold up to constant washing. I did notice however, that the material has changed in the last 2 pairs. Just a little thinner and not quite as sturdy.
This is my first pair of Mountain Khakis and I couldn't be happier. They're great for weekend use, or evening use (whether it be a weekend outdoors or a weekend around town). I've gotten tons of compliments from folks who had never seen a pair of Mountain Khakis. The fit was relatively true to my usual fit. They're a touch baggy, but that may just be personal preference more than construction.
Love the pants - they're rugged, unique in a very subtle way and when ironed pass as casual office wear. I'm 6'5 and typically need a 36" inseam on other pants - these are a bit long but nothing a half roll of the cuff won't fix.
I would have given them 5 stars if they were a little more wrinkle resistant.
I ordered two pair, one was right on the mark and the other ( lined pants ) way off the mark in terms of waist size. I would suggest ordering one size up. I also think they shrink after a few washes, so ordering up should help. Overall great quality and service....need to lose a few pounds to fit into the lined pants
Overall great pants. I wear them to school, around the house, climbing, and just about everywhere. They are super comfortable, a good cut, and soft fabric. The pants have held up against the rock, doing yard work, and still look good enough to wear with a button down and look respectable. I normally wear a size 30 waist, and sized up to a 32. It's a little big, but better than a little bit small. I would recommend rounding up since the waist size runs a little small.
These pants are nice and durable, similar to Carhartt's, but they aren't gonna stay standing up in the corner stiff, like Carhartt's.
Clean and classy for fighting a speeding ticket. They don't look out of place while wearing a shirt and tie, or when shoveling snow.
Have mountain pant and this one, I would suggest trying hard to get them on sale as they are expensive for cotton pants in general; but, with that said, I love MK pants. I like this twill pant more than the original and wear it more. If you iron it well, then you can wear it to work and be more comfortable than anyone else there but it still works great for casual days. I live in MN and like that these pants are warmer than most other brands of khaki pants. I also like the softer fabric of the twill than the original mountain pant. If your not planning on scuffing the daylights out of your pants on rocks etc get these pants instead of the original mountain pant, as I bet you'll get more use out of em. Oh yeah they fit great over boots so look better than most pants if you want to wear with beefier shoes
These are the most comfortable pair of pants I own. I got them as a present from my girlfriend and love them. They fit "loose casual" and their marketing is pretty spot on. I can wear these to the office on friday and throw them on for yard work on saturday. The seams are triple-stitched and overall is very hearty construction. They're more expensive than I like to pay for a pair of khakis, but the quality is worth it.
I'm 6 ft 3 with a 33/34 inch waist with size 13 feet. As a tall lanky guy I often find it difficult to get trousers that fit well whether it be waist vs length or not too baggy around the butt or trying to get the right lower leg opening that hang over my feet enough so that I don't look like I have clown shoes on but at the same time aren't flares! I got the 34-34 Retro Khaki's in November least year and have loved them ever since. Great fit, great length, good construction. Can iron them and wear them to work and wear them out after work too. Heavy cloth makes them durable but not too heavy that they are uncomfortable in the heat. Great pants all round and would highly recommend them from what I have experienced from them.