Mountain Khakis Men's Granite Creek Short
A brand new addition to the Mountain Khaki Collection, the Mountain Khakis Granite Creek Shorts for Men are built of a quick-dry, moisture wicking nylon with a brushed finish and an active cut, ideal for hiking, rafting, or just hanging out around the campfire. Providing UPF protection and designed with plenty of pockets, the Granite Creek Shorts are built MK tough with triple stitching throughout and a clean look that is right in line with the Mountain Khaki Philosophy.
- 100% nylon with brushed finish for a soft hand
- Quick drying and moisture wicking
- Mesh pocket bags
- UPF 50+
- Hidden right pocket with zipper
- Left cargo pocket with zipper stash pocket
- Deep drill front pockets
- Rear zippered pocket
- action gusset for full range of motion
- Riveted metal buttons
- Triple stitching throughout
- Grosgrain waistband
- Clean design, true to the MK Philosophy
- Formerly know as the MK Snake River Snake River Short
Buy the Mountain Khakis Granite Creek Short for Men from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.
Reviews - Mountain Khakis Men's Granite Creek Short
I love the look of these shorts. They were returned only because they ran small in size. They are roomy and moderate weight. Very comfortable when climbing rocks with good range of motion. Pockets are a bit small, but for me that's OK. Love the colors too.
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Fit true to measurements from manufacture. Like the pocket cut design, light weight smooth feel, and fast drying aspect of a short that can be worn in active or casual wear! Th
Mountain Khaki Excellence Continues
Big Mountain Khaki fan here. Used their Teton pant and short for years now. I live in the South East and was looking for a short that would be a little cooler in the 100 degree summer days we have around, but I still wanted them to look classy, and have the ability to dress them up or down. Enter: Granite Creek short by MK. Very pleased with these shorts. Light feel, nice fit, 9 inch inseam is good for me. I am 6'-1" and the 9" inseam falls about an inch above my knee. As far as the sizing goes, i wear a 32 in about everything else, but as like most people, with mountain khakis i always stick to a size bigger... 33 is perfect for me.