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Mountain Khakis Granite Creek Convertible Pants - UPF 50+ (For Men)

Closeouts. The ultimate in outdoor wandering with quick-drying nylon, UPF 50+ sun proection and Scotchgard® stain repellency, Mountain Khakis' Granite Creek convertible pants zip off at the knees for instant cooling and adaptability.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by DoveCote51 from Tennessee on Saturday, October 1, 2016
    True to size, great weight, up-dated color. Great for fall and winter.
  • Reviewed by Cuttem! from NC on Friday, December 5, 2014
    Great pants, sturdy, will last a while, but the inseam is way off. I got 38 30, should've bought 36 28 apparently.
  • Reviewed by Mike from Pittsburgh area on Thursday, October 31, 2013
    I already had a pair of non-convertible pants by MK that I liked. I ordered these to see if they fit different. I am glad I did because the legs are much wider on these pants, accommodating the wearing of even expedition weight poly long johns underneath. I wear them around the house (I keep my heat low) and on my MTB when I run my dog. I bought another pair. I am 6'5" 225lbs. with a 36" inseam. The 34" work, I would prefer them a tad longer, but I often pull up my socks over the base of the pants to keep them out of my bike chain, so the length ok. They look fine when I am standing, a tad short when sitting.
  • Reviewed by JWD from Florida on Monday, July 15, 2013
    Was looking for pants that wouldn't be too hot for working outside. While working in temps in the high 90's and near 100% humidity I would often jump into the pool float around for a while to cool off then get back to work. My other brand of work pants would get very heavy feeling and stick to my legs, these don't do that. Almost felt like I wasn't wearing anything. The only problem I have is that while working and moving around on my knees it does cause what I would describe as "rope burns" and blisters on my knees. My other work pants is a thick double layer and is more cushiony then these pants which could be the difference. A pair of soft knee pads will solve the problem.

    Size wise... 42 inch waist is usually a little too big and needs a belt, 40 inch is usually too tight. These fit just right and stay up with out a need of a belt even when wet. So I would say these 42 inch waist pants is really 41 inch waist.

    depending how they hold up over time I would buy these again.
  • Reviewed by LJS from Connecticut on Tuesday, June 18, 2013
    Bought these for a trip to Alaska and my husband loved them. Unfortunately, we have to send them back. They are too long and would be too expensive to shorten them due to the zippers at the hems. Wish they came in various lengths!
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