Open letter to Mt Khakis
I'm not one to complain much, I mean if I pay $1 for a screwdriver and it breaks then I got what I paid for. Thats why I spend the extra $$ for Klien tools in my profession. I carry that same philosophy though most things in life. Which brings me to my disappointment with Mt Khakis.
Let me preface this with saying I would not have purchased 3 pairs of Original mountain pants and two pairs of utility shorts over the course of the last 3 years if I did not love the fit, finish and feel of these pants.
However, the first two pairs I am unable to wear to work anymore due to thier ragged appearance. The beltloops have unravelled and hole developed in the groin area in both.
This belt loop I stitched back together...
Here are the others...
This is a patch I made for the hole in the groin area of the first pair..
Here is the hole in the second pair...
I have Levis and Carhartts over 15 years old that show less wear. I work in an office enviroment, although I am on ladders frequently and these pants are only worn once every two weeks or so. If this is the typical results I see from Mt Khakis, then I will sadly have to take my business elsewhere.
1994 Jeep Wrangler YJ Unlimited...under construction
D44HP front, 5.13's, locked, D60HD rear, 5.13's locked, disked, 37X12.50-17's on H2's, 3 link front suspention, spring under rear, custom cage, Beard seats (F&R), and 4 tired squirrels pushing a slush box underneath!