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Sometimes you have to dress up for things like lunch with Grandma. Sometimes, when mom and dad are distracted, you can break away and hit the dirt. Enter MK Kids. We've got your kiddos covered with our pint-sized Teton Twills. They carry from sun-up 'til sun-down with just the right blend of rowdy and refined. Proprietary MK 8.5oz cotton twill, just like Dad's. "Mudflap" reinforced heel cuffs, signature angled hand-pockets and hidden 5th pocket. Back welt pockets with coconut button. Mid-rise, relaxed fit. Imported. Garment washed.
- 8.5oz 100% Cotton Twill
- Internal Elastic-Adjust Waistband
- 5 Pockets
- Welt Back Pockets with Coconut Button Closure
- Diamond-Shaped Action Gusset
- Reinforced Heel Cuffs
- YKK® Zipper
- Triple-Stitched Seams
- Garment Washed
- Catalog Reference #: 952
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Let me first say I love MK pants. As for the kid's pants, my son wears these to school everyday and looks awesome. He gets lots of compliments and is proud to look like dad. However for everyday use, I would suggest the Originals as the Teton Twills ripped in the knee after two months of good wear. His original MK pants have held up perfectly.Eric A. | November 20, 2013
So happy they are back!!!!
These are the best pants ever!! I was so sad when they stopped making them a few years ago, but I had enough of a supply to pass down that for the two younger ones they lasted until this fall when they started making them again. My boys wear them everyday for school and they have made it without the knees blowing out! They only get better with age! These will be the best pants your son will ever have and they will last!!Megan K. | October 28, 2013
I wish I could post pictures! These pants are what every boy needs and he looks like a million bucks! Not to mention he loves tbecause he can put his matchbox cars in the third pocket; not to mention he looks like dad! I have been wearing MK's since 2006 and now my son can count the years he's enjoyed them. A new family tradition.Eric A. | October 11, 2013