Mountain Khakis Men's Flannel-Lined Original Mountain Pants
Tough enough for a hard day on the job, comfy enough for relaxing after an epic day on the slopes, the Mountain Khakis Men's Flannel-Lined Original Mountain Pants will be the first thing you pull on when you wake up to a frosty morning. Made from durable 10.4 oz cotton canvas and lined with cotton/poly flannel, these khaki pants have 5-pocket styling and a relaxed fit. Theyre triple-stitched with a diamond-shaped gusset for strength and garment-washed for a supple, pliable feel. Whether youre walking down to the pub in a snow-drenched ski town or youre bucking up a load of firewood on a chilly November afternoon, the MK Original Mountain Pants for men will keep you warm all winter and be the last thing you take off when the spring sum comes out.
- Fabric: 10.4 oz, 2-ply, 100% cotton canvas
- Lining: 60% cotton, 40% poly flannel
- Diamond-shaped action gusset
- YKK® Zipper
- Reinforced heel cuffs
- 5 Pockets
- Triple-stitched seams
- Mid-Rise, Relaxed Fit
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Reviews - Mountain Khakis Men's Flannel-Lined Original Mountain Pants
Flannel Lined Mountain Pants
Woa, my husband has several Mountain Kakhi pants and loves them all but he raves about these. They are very soft, comfy and warm. We have a had a few cold days in the northeast and these are toasty and look great. They fit true to size. Nice!
Nice pants, but order a size up
These are ver high quality pants. The flannel lining is just enough to make them warmer and softer, but not enough to make you sweat. MK pants seem to run small, so I would recommend ordering a size up from your usual size.
Great Winter Insulated Pants
I wear these pants all winter long. Actually, I wear them from late fall through early spring in Alaska. The fabric of these pants are the same as the "Original Mountain Pant," but they are quite obviously lined with flannel. The flannel isn't all that thick, but it does provide some warmth and it feels good against the skin. I have noticed two things about these pants: (1) similar to my experience with all Mountain Khakis pants, they run small. I usually wear a size 34 waist no problem, with room to spare, even in brands such as Arcteryx that run somewhat small for the athletic fit, but with the Mountain Khakis I always have to bump up to the 35s to be comfortable. (2) the flannel lining on the inside of the cuffs wears out rather quickly. This is likely due to how thin the fabric is and the fact that i walk around the house and outside with he pant cuffs sometimes dragging on the floor. All in all, I would buy this pants again. I already own two pairs, and they are both going strong after 3 seasons. I will probably look to buy a third pair next fall.