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Kyle Defoor on Mountain Khakis

In his role as MRE brand ambassador, Kyle Defoor produced a great video on why he wears Mountain Khakis. I have a few pairs as well and like Kyle, my first pair were the Mountain Utility model. They wear like iron. I’m also wearing a lot of Kuhl and Arc’teryx with two pairs of TAD Force 10s thrown in the mix as well as well. There are a lot of good pants out there and Kyle makes a compelling case as to how you can go all in on one brand. Mountain Khakis not only does pants. Based on my visit to their booth at last Outdoor Retailer, they are definitely worth a look for shirts and jackets as well. It might also get some of you jazzed up to know that MK is owned by Freedom Group who also owns Remington and its affiliate firearms companies.

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10 Responses to “Kyle Defoor on Mountain Khakis”

  1. chris says:

    please stop posting cool clothing! My closet is full and my wallet is empty! 🙂

  2. Tim says:

    I love my Mk. Close 2nd are the tad Spartans.

  3. scot says:

    Where are they made?

    • SSD says:

      So you guys know. If stuff isn’t made for the military, it’s not gonna be made here. Think about that next time you shop at Walmart.

    • scot says:

      Every time I make a purchase. Difficult to avoid sometimes, but I do. Love Kitanica, Bill’s Khakis, the TAD stuff still made in here…

  4. Aaron says:

    Pretty much like Carhartts to me but more expensive

  5. Jungle recon says:

    I’ve been wearing these for years, first got ahold of a pair during a sponsored vacation to Africa a few years ago. I still have that pair and several others. I may be incorrect bu I could have sworn they make some in the states but I could be wrong.

  6. Scott says:

    Maybe it is me, but I am a consistent 36X34 and no matter how much I want them to fit, they just don’t fit through the thighs (too tight) and butt!
    I guess you have to have a fairly slight frame to wear them.

    • SSD says:

      I’ve found that the Mountain Utility model is huge in the seat and thighs.