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Offline AZXterra410

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Mountain Khakis
« on: June 12, 2013, 02:57:24 PM »
If anybody is looking for damn well made pants for working or any other outdoor activity, check out Mountain Khakis. These are hands down the best pants I have ever owned.

I bought a pair at Overland Expo because they had an expo sale, and I originally found their price to be a bit on the high side, but with the sale I figured I would give them a shot. After wearing them around the expo for 2 days and numerous days since then, I just ordered several more pairs because they simply kick ass. Triple stitched, super durable, heavy but not uncomfortably so. I have 1 pair of Original Mountain Cargo pants and 1 set of Cargo shorts and just ordered their twill pants.

Seriously, if you like durable long lasting pants, buy from these guys.

Just wanted to pass along my experience.

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Re: Mountain Khakis
« Reply #1 on: June 12, 2013, 07:56:06 PM »
Good to know! I've seen their stuff on steepandcheap.com before but I've never seen it in person to check the quality. I'm wary of buying stuff online of brands I know nothing about.
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Re: Mountain Khakis
« Reply #2 on: June 13, 2013, 07:56:21 AM »
Yea, if it wasnt for the 40% off they were offering I wouldn't have tried them considering the price. But I am glad I did because I want to replace all my pants now lol

I also met and talked with some of the guys from Mountain Khakis, as they had a whole booth setup at Overland Expo, and they are awesome guys.

 



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