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The Prana Men's Stretch Zion Pant is a durable pant for climbing and hiking. The blend of nylon and spandex creates a durable fabric that readily follows your every move. A durable water repellent adds a boost of water resistance, beading up droplets on the fabric surface that can be quickly brushed away. The internal waistband cinches down to hold the pants up properly, eliminating the need for a separate belt. If you can't live without your flashy belt buckles on your off days, don't despair, the belt loops are still on the pants. When the day heats up, roll up the cuffs and secure them with a snap to wade in a nearby river. As much at home in Zion National Park as in any other, these pants are always ready to scramble up your favorite route.
FEATURES of the Prana Men's Stretch Zion Pant
The original Stretch 'Zion' fabric with durable water repellent (DWR)
Angled dual entry cargo pocket
Streamlined adjustable waistband
Ventilated inseam gusset
Roll-up leg snaps
Resistant to penetration by water but not entirely waterproof
Stretch fabrication extends, expands and contracts to move with you allowing for ultimate flexibility during any sport, activity or movement
Wrinkle-resistant clothing that you can simply take out of the bag, hang and wear. Made with fabric that has stretch and a light-weight feel
Water resistant, these products keep moisture on the fabric's surface making it easy for the sun and air to lift moisture out and promote evaporation
SPECIFICATIONS of the Prana Men's Stretch Zion Pant
I really had a chance to break these pants in today, and I'm really happy I bought two pairs of these. Spent the day hiking up creeks looking for trout along the way. Love the fact that you can roll them up and use the snaps to keep them in place. The pants hold up very well in water, a few times I was up to my knees and the material didn't get soaked. It seemed to wick most of the moisture off and they dried very quickly. Lots of very active climbing over downed trees, boulders and hitting steep parts of the trail. The pants acted the way they were suppose to and stretched with my movement and never got hung up. Went from the mountains to eating dinner with my girlfriend in the same pair of pants. Very casual and I consider them to be a everyday pant. Price is a little steep but Prana seems to be a loved brand expect them to hold up from what I've read online about the pants. Thanks Moosejaw and Prana!
After months of complaining about hiking around in dickies and other pair of pants that rub you raw I started to look around for a pair to hike around in. These pants are AWESOME. I was a little skeptical of shelling out the money for them but damn their comfortable! I'm 5'11 and a size 32, I grabbed the medium 32's. The pant fits a little long(my next pair will be 30's). One cool pocket with a zipper at the top and a zipper for side access. The only downside is the back pockets don't have zippers to keep ya wallet in your pants. Buy them, great pants!
It’s hard to beat these pants. Water-resistant (actually lived up to it!), very breathable and lightweight. I lost a significant amount of weight on my PNT thru-hike but the adjustable built-in belt made adjusting the waist a breeze. They are nice and long, too, which is great for thick brushy trail and can be easily rolled up with the roll up leg snaps. The durability is astounding too, even after 70 hard days of hiking they look brand new.
I've had an older version of these for over 10 years and they are still kicking, but they are on sale so I figure I should get a second pair. In fact they just recently got their first bust (in the bum) and my wife fixed them today but it made me realize how great they are. I initially got them for climbing but now I'm old and climbing is a lot harder when you weight 225. So now I use them mostly for trekking or the odd outdoor job and they perform just as admirably. Very breathable. Only grip is the XL is listed as 38" waist, but I normally wear 36" and these XLs are sized a bit small (6'2" 225 and athletic build, but if I put on about 5 lbs of fat the XL would be quite snug).
These replaced another pair of climbing pants that i put through the ringer and had hand repaired/sewn three seperate times. So far the zion pants are durable and look to have a lot of life in them. My only complaint is that they didn't seem to be offered in white and the Khaki color is actually a pretty dark tan. I'm a desert rat and white is best for the heat.
"My second pair of the Prana Zion Pant and expect equally great fit, wear and functionality."
Previous experience with the Prana Stretch Zion pant was exceptional with the majority of the use being with extensive travel in addition to outdoor recreational activity and casual wear. My wife especially likes the fact that they don't really look like "travel" pants and can be worn to various restaurants of varying sophistication and expense. Finally, you can't beat the folks at Moosejaw for their customer service with all their witticisms that just make you smile and want to continue being a customer. Incidentally, I did find a Ghost in the recent order and "it" is staying in our guest room. Cheers
These are seriously the best! They feel just as comfortable as my track sweats and yet couldn't be better for climbing. The side pocket is well placed and has these cool zippers that lock when the pull tab is placed on one side. The built in belt is small and remains out of the way while still ensuring my pants stay up at all times. The length is great and when it gets hot the breath well but you can still roll them up and keep them up with the built in snaps.
These are kind of a mix between Softshell and lightweight pants. They have some weight to them, but aren't too hot. They are made to last. The cuffs are rienforced in the back so they are clearly built to last. They seem to be really abrasion resistance and the DWR has held up well so far.
The pants are the real deal. From the crag to the bar, they have you covered. These are my go-to for sport climbing and bouldering and after six months of wearing them a few times a week, they are hardly showing any wear and tear.