In a couple weeks I’m headed out for 10 days of training at Gunsite. A man cannot go to Gunsite unprepared and while I was at the 2012 SHOT Show I topped by the Mountain Khakis booth to see what new and cool gear they might have that I could use on this trip. As it turns out they had several items I wanted to try.
First was there new Original Cargo Pant which looks perfect for working on the range. It has 5 pockets total with their unique clip-knife shelf on both front pockets and mud-flap reinforced cuffs. I ordered two pair; one in moss and one in yellowstone. I figured I can get through the ten days with these and my Alpine Utility Pants and the Flannel Lined Original Mountain Pants I wear on chilly days.
And, it can get chilling at Gunsite in March so A man has got to think about his top half too. I’ll take along my two favorite shirts; the Trapper Henley and Teton Flannel Shirt but I also ordered three new shirts as well.
First was two of MKs’ new Chamois Shirts and for the especially cool days I ordered one of the new Mountain Lodge Zip lambswool Sweaters.
While at Gunsite you need a good gear bag to tote your stuff to the range. Stuff like rain gear, cameras, ear protection, Twinkies and such so I also picked up one of MKs’ new Cabin Duffle bags. The best thing about all of this is that I will be comfortable and warm and I won’t look like a tactard. I’ll look just like an average guy that knows where to buy his clothes.
You should know that Mountain Khakis dose not pay me to endorse their products. I’m a MKs’ Ambassador and use their products because they work, wear them because I like them and write about them so you will know about a source for clothes designed for the outdoor lifestyle that will not make you look like a mercenary or range warrior wannabe.