Steve Kornacki has become a huge star this week thanks to his coverage of the 2020 presidential election on MSNBC and people have noticed that he always wears khakis!
The 41-year-old political reporter has been wearing khaki pants as part of his outfit for many years and we’ve learned where the pants are from.
New York Magazine’s shopping section, The Strategist, reached out to Kornacki‘s producer to ask where he buys his pants.
The producer, Adam Noboa, reportedly answered with two words: “The Gap!” The Strategist studied the color of Kornacki‘s pants from this week and determined that he’s wearing the “Palomino brown” color.
This specific color of khakis come in the “Modern Khakis in Slim Fit with GapFlex” and the “Modern Khakis in Straight Fit with GapFlex.” They retail for $59.95, but the store is currently having a sale for 40% off everything with the code FRIEND and an extra 20% off everything with code FAMILY. The pants come out to $28.78 each after the discounts.
You can shop Gap‘s full selection of khaki pants for men right here.
If you missed it, read the touching article that Steve wrote in 2011 to come out as gay.
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