The Teton Mountain Pant is another addition to our NEW Stretch Collection of pants. Some might call it a Technical Jean, but it is so much more and fits like a gem. This pant has a slightly slimmer fit, but with the enzyme washed cotton/tencel/spandex fabric, you can move like Baryshnikov in Swan Lake. Deep front pockets with leather trimmed change pocket on the right side, and a side security pocket for your smart phone. Fixed waistband with 2 welted, zippered back pockets and extra fabric on the backside of the cuff for increased durability. Great pant, it belongs to you.
Probably will give this item a better rating after wearing them more. First pair was too large which made me feel good but is misleading. So I ordered another pair but dropped a size and the fit is good. Didn't return as I had washed them so will find an appropriate home for them. Lesson is try them on and then wash them
Jesse M., Springfield, Illinois
I think these are great pants really like the tencel fabric.
Anthony J., Minneapolis, Minnesota
I bought these pants because of the cotton/tencel/spandex material. I have Under Armour T's and Wrangler jeans with similar material and love it. I travel extensively all over the world and 11 hour flights in tight pants is a pain. These are unbelievable for that and also on hiking tours. Just got back from 11 days in Sicily and took 2 pair of these and 2 pair of my equally expensive 100 nylon hiking pants. I actually dreaded it when my wife insisted I give my Railriders a break. I have a closet full of hiking pants that will soon be for sale on Ebay. I'm 6'4" tall and the regular 38 x 33.8 pants fit perfect with a nice break on tennis shoes. I tried the tall size in 38 and they were extremely too long. I typically where tall sizes. I think the tall sizes are more suited for men 6' 8" or taller. I returned the tall with no problem. I just ordered 4 more pair in the other 2 colors. I don't want to take a chance on them being discontinued and not buying enough and they're on sale Thanks RailRiders.
David ., Big Spring, Texas