The Teton Twills are pants you can live in – get two so you'll always have a clean pair.
- Item #MKH0003
- Q & A
Cool Material, but too wide cut
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Fit: Runs large
- Size Bought: 32
As the title states, I really liked everything about these pants except for the wide cut. Maybe I just appreciate a slim cut, but I didn't like how these balloon out. Probably not an issue for somebody who is looking for something super casual.
Just confirming where the hidden pocket on these pants are
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where is the hidden pocket
where is the hidden pocket
Thanks for your question.
The hidden pocket is within the right hand front pocket near the outseam. I hope this helps.
Mountain Kahki Teton Twills in Olive are...
Mountain Kahki Teton Twills in Olive are listed as being on sale but when I put them in my cart they come up as 79.95 the original price
Hey there, I apologize for any confusion.
Only some colors and sizes are listed on sale as we try to manage our inventory. You've likely selected a variant that is not currently on sale. If you look at the small color icons above, the colors on sale will have an orange "ON SALE" banner attached to the image.
Hello. I love the looks of these pants...
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.
I think you would be ok with a 32" inseam. These pants seem to run a little long. I'm 5'11'' with a 32x30 pant size. The 30" inseam on my pants is a little long, but fits great with boots on.
why are the pictures different between the...
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?
What would the leg opening be for a size...
What would the leg opening be for a size 36x30?
What is the leg opening for a 34/34 or...
What is the leg opening for a 34/34 or 34/36 pant? i saw an answer below where someone said the leg opening range is 19" to 20 3/4" but I'd like to know what it is for this specific size, if anyone knows.
It is 19 1/4" for this style and size.
I'm big on the size of opening on the leg....
I'm big on the size of opening on the leg. I have big feet so I look rather goofy in pants with a small opening. Can someone tell the size of the opening of the pant at the very bottom and the size of the outseam on a size that is 34 or 36 long?
The outseam for the Teton Twill in a 34" inseam is 19.5" and for a 36" inseam it is 19 5/8"
The leg opening is graded with the sizes, so it depends on the exact size you are looking for. For a 30" waist 19" and for 42" waist, it is a 20 3/4" opening.
Is the hidden pocket zipped? Would like...
Is the hidden pocket zipped? Would like to use these for travel and I really need a front pocket with a zipper.
No zipper, but both pockets are quite deep, so it is pretty unlikely anything would come out.
The hidden pocket sits flush right behind the other pocket - I actually have slid things into the hidden pocket on multiple occasions thinking it was the regular pocket. However since they're so deep, nothings coming out unless you want it to.
hi im not sure as to how the sizing works...
hi im not sure as to how the sizing works with these pants. im a 32 normally and i see from people that you need to go a size larger. could you please suggest a size for me
Mountain Khakis run true to size, but since most styles are 100% cotton, keep in mind that there will be some shrinkage if you dry them and different fabrics shrink different amounts. However, most shrinkage (roughly 1-2%)will occur in the length, not the waist, so a small amount of length in the inseam is added to make up for this. A lot of pants on the market give a bit of wiggle room to the waists, intending to keep egos happy. Mountain Khakis are actually 34" if the size is 34." So, as panhandler suggested, if you are a true 34" waist, buy 34" waist. If you are between sizes, probably the bigger size will be perfect after washing.