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Stuff I Like – Camber 107 Pant from Mountain Khakis

Wednesday, July 5th, 2017

I was first introduced to the Camber 107 pant by Dave Kramer of Über Group a few years ago at Outdoor Retailer. They’ve since become my daily wear pant.

They feature an external cell phone pocket on right thigh, chap-style double-layer knee panels with integrated articulation at the knees. They also offer a diamond-shaped crotch and “Mudflap” reinforced heel cuffs. There are six pockets in all including the two rear patch pockets, phone pocket, two front pockets with plenty of room at the opening to get your hand in, and a watch pocket at the right. 

The material is a very comfy 9oz, 98% cotton/2% spandex canvas which has been given an enzyme wash to improve the hand. 

The Camber 107 are also quite roomy in the thighs. I think they revised the fit at some point because my first two pairs are a slimmer fit than the ones I purchased later. Also, the thigh patch pocket will fit most phones and has a silver snap closure at the center of the opening. If you don’t snap it, you will notice a slight ‘ding’ when you walk from the two halves of the snap hitting one another. Keep it snapped and it’s no problem.

Offered in Yellowstone (seen above), Slate, Terra and Tobacco. Sizing is 30-36 every size and 38-44 even sizes with 30-36 inch even inseams.

MK Spider Monkey Knife by Zac Brown’s Southern Grind

Thursday, February 18th, 2016

I first got a look at the Mountain Khaki Spider Monkey by Zac Brown’s Southern Grind at last month’s Outdoor Retailer Winter Market. Not only is it a great looking knife, but you’re supporting a great cause when you purchase one. A portion of the proceeds from each knife sold will benefit Camp Southern Ground, which is a camp sponsored by Zac Brown.

Handmade in USA
Blade: S35VN tumbled satin drop point with flat grind
Blade length: 3.25″
Hardness: RC 58-59
Handle: black carbon fiber
Lock & Liner: 6AL4V Titanium
Total knife length: 7.75″
Red pocket clip

OR Summer Market – Mountain Khakis

Thursday, August 14th, 2014

Featuring articulated kneels and a similar fit, the Mountain Khakis Camber 105 & 107 pants are made from slightly different materials. Both also offer a diamond shaped gussetted crotch and triple stitched seams.

Camber 105

Made from a 98% Cotton Twill/2% Spandex mix.
Colors: Retro Khaki, Truffle, Nine Iron

Camber 107

Made from a 97% Cotton Canvas/3% Spandex mix. These also incorporate chap-style reinforcements along the front of the pant.
Colors: Yellowstone, Terra

Although the flat, thigh pockets differ slightly between the models, they are low profile yet offer room for a cellular phone or similar sized item.

As a bonus, they also include the Bison bottle opener key ring.

The camber 105 & 107 are available this Fall, from

Kyle Defoor on Mountain Khakis

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

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.

Mountain Khakis Catalogs Now Online

Friday, February 3rd, 2012

Here are the Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter 2012 catalogs from Mountain Khakis.

Spring/Summer 2012
Fall/Winter 2012
*open in full screen mode for optimal viewing

Remington Purchases Mountain Khakis

Thursday, June 3rd, 2010

In a deal that closed last week, Remington Arms-led Freedom Group Incorporated has purchased outdoor brand Mountain Khakis. No details on the deal have been released.