Work, work, work.

Get to work in the stretchy, durable, and comfortable Men's Camber 105 Twill Pant. Mountain Khakis constructed this work pant with a diamond-shaped gusset and articulated knees for a full range of motion. The thigh pocket is built to keep your phone safely within arms reach.

  • Cotton spandex blend
  • Relaxed fit, mid rise
  • Diamond-shaped action gusset
  • Articulated knees
  • Phone pocket
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Great pants but run small

    Bought these for my father in law and like other reviewers warn, size up one size with these. Otherwise awesome, sturdy pants.

    Make sure to order larger then normal

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: 35 x 30

    Gave 4 stars.. Product seemed great except size was off.
    Make sure to order at least 3 sizes up.. Wear a 33 ordered a 35 and it was still way tight around the waist.

    Super durable

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 32x32

    Been wearing this both indoor/outdoor climbing, and sometimes at work (so I don't have to change for the gym later).

    The fit is just perfect for when my quads swell up over the course of a snow season, and the pants are warm enough to wear on a cool day. They're holding up decently despite rolling around in dirt and sliding on sharp rocks on the weekends. Think I might buy a few more pairs now that I think of it. These are seemingly WAY more durable than anything I've gotten from Prana. Bit stiff on the comfort side, but they make up for it in durability.

    Thanks for the great review Justin!

    Unanswered Question

    Tall. I need 38x36. You bring them in in Freestone and Blue and I'll buy one of each. Thanx.

    Runs Small

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Size Bought: 34x32

    Purchased these pants and love the look and feel of them. I typically wear a 33x32, but after reading the reviews about them running small I got the 34x32. Was disappointed to find out that these still fit snug.

    Awesome Do it All Pants

      Can wear these around town or hanging out at home doing a project.

      Awesome dual purpose pants!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: Runs small
      • Size Bought: 34x32

      I own a few pairs of the camber 107's (33x32) that I bought for work (construction) and really like them so I gave the 105's a try. Ended up sending the first pair back because they were way to tight in the waist. Had to order a 34x32 and they still are slightly tighter in the waist than the 107's. But Now that I got the right fit they are great, I can go from work to play and still look sleek, they are durable and fit well. I ordered the Navy and will probably end up getting some other colors in the future.

      Comfortable & Reasonably Priced

        I lived in Jackson for three years and this is somehow the first pair of Mountain Khakis I've owned. I bought mine in Retro Khaki but am also eyeing a pair in Truffle. I like the stretch fabric a lot although I'm curious to see if it wears out. It's soft and makes them very comfortable. The pants also seemed reasonably priced to me.

        Like Yoga Pants for Manly Men

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
        • Fit: True to size

        Alright, so the Camber 105 are not exactly technical, seeing as how they are 98% cotton. But not every day outdoors is in bad weather. In fact, most of the time I am rock climbing or hiking in the sun, and these pants rock in mild conditions. They are not too heavy, which makes them good to wear on those not too hot (shorts weather) and not too cold (snowpants weather) days.

        The 2% spandex… now there is where the Camber gets its steeze. The spandex gives the Camber 105 just enough stretch for superb range-of-motion. I use these pants for rock climbing on almost every trip, to the gym and outdoors. Whether reaching for a toe hold far off to the side, or high-stepping onto a ledge, I have no issues to constriction with these pants. The stretch, combined with the diamond-shaped action gusset (read: super roomy crotch) and articulated knees, make the Camber 105 my new favorite for any rock climbing activity.

        Hiking and backpacking are the other adventures the Camber 105 went with me on. On a recent trip to the Uinta Mountains, the pants were the workhorses I needed. Total comfort on the hike into camp, burly enough to kneel in the dirt when setting up tents, and perfectly clean after washing them at home.

        Finally, I loved to wear the Mountain Khakis Camber 105 in my fishing waders. The comfort and soft, cotton material slide into the waders easily and don’t bunch up. Plus, they are just the right amount of insulation to keep the cold, river chill away from my skinny legs.

        On a side note, I am a waist size 32, but I have had to wear size 33 Mountain Khakis in the past. For some reason, MK waists have always been way too tight. But the Camber 105 are the first MK pants that fit true-to-size for me. I am back in a size 32 and they feel perfect!

        Double Bonus: The Mountain Khakis Camber 105 come with a Bison Bottle Opener Keyring. Getting beer into my stomach easier is the fastest way to win me over.

        MK Camber 105

        The Mountain Khakis Camber 105 pants take on the Uinta Mountains. Note how they pair well with totally outdoorsy plaid flannel shirt. Where's my wood choppin' axe?

        MK Camber 105

        Are you planning on stocking the 30" inseam?

        Hey Matty,

        It looks like we have our system ready for if we ever get the 30 inch inseams in but it doesn't look like we are expecting any within the near future from Mountain Khakis.