Mountain Khakis Camber 107 Pants – Great, Reliable Work Pant
Mountain Khakis have recently released their new durable work pant, the Camber 107. Featuring a chap style reinforced the front and an unparalleled stretch, these are the ideal pants for long days of labor. Made of 98% cotton and 2% spandex, you have a full range of motion in these pants.
Eliza wearing the Mountain Khakis Camber 107 Pants
Whether you’re bending over to pick things up or squatting down to pull weeds, restriction is not an issue. The canvas is a little thinner than I expected, it is not super thick but the reinforced front makes up for this. There is also a reinforced heel cuff for additional durability.
Testing the Mountain Khakis Camber 107 Pants
To test these pants I worked at the barn, rode my horse, and wore them to work and around town. I like that the style is versatile and you can wear them for any occasion.
The front right pocket is actually two pockets, one layered over the other. All 3 pockets front pockets are deep enough to hold your phone, wallet or keys. I can’t stand shallow pockets so that was a selling point for me. There is an odd corner in the front pockets. The pocket follows the top seam of the reinforced legs so it creates a place for hay and dirt to collect.
The pocket does not have a liner that you can pull out but is rather a piece fabric sewed on top of the pants. I prefer the traditional pockets you find on most jeans because you can dump out the dirt at the end of the day. There are also two back pockets that can hold additional items and a pocket on the outside of your right thigh.
Through my testing I found their stretchiness to be the biggest highlight. I also was sold by the deep pockets and double front legs. They fit true to size, sit on your hips and have the standard fly zipper and button closure. Overall, I’ve enjoyed wearing these pants and would recommend them to someone looking for a lightweight work pant. They offer petite and regular inseam options.
Growing up snowboarding and hiking in the bitter cold winters and humid summers of northern Vermont, Eliza learned how to beat up gear and quickly became infatuated with new technologies. After moving to Colorado in 2015 to pursue a degree in recreation and outdoor education at Western Colorado University, her passion for the outdoors grew exponentially. Soon after, she picked up rock climbing, telemark skiing, backpacking, canyoneering, and is slowly learning to love rafting. Through these learning processes, Eliza began to understand the importance of the right gear and hopes to share her experiences and knowledge with others through Engearment.
Now working for Beacon Guidebooks as the ‘Wearer of Many Hats’ (yes, that is her official title), Eliza has learned the ins and outs of the outdoor industry. She has also worked on marketing teams, as a photographer, media coordinator, outdoor instructor and as a wrangler. She is especially excited to encourage other women in the outdoors and is an advocate for diversity and inclusion.