Whether you're scrambling up a vertical climb, figuring out the sequence on a roof section, or hiking in to camp, the prAna Men's Stretch Zion Pants keep up. The stretch nylon fabric and gusseted crotch provide a natural range of motion for all your scramble-loaded adventures.

  • Durable, abrasion-resistant Stretch Zion fabric dries fast after sweaty climbs or rain showers
  • Standard fit is relaxed without being overly baggy
  • Ventilated inseam gussets gives you A/C comfort in balmy weather
  • Adjustable waistband offers a custom fit
  • Roll-up leg snaps lift your hems for stream crossings

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5 5

Climb in style

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Favorite climbing pants...hands down. The stretch is amazing. The fabric is incredibly lightweight, and I have to believe these would make fantastic hiking and traveling pants, although I have not used them for such. The inseam is a tad bit long for my taste, but I tend to roll them up regardless when I climb. Very durable, you can't go wrong if you purchase these.

5 5

great pants

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

My fiancé loves these pants. He has worn them almost everyday (seriously) for the past 3-4 years. He is on his second pair recently because he finally ripped a hole in the crotch rock climbing in the Gunks in NY...but only after wearing, rock climbing, kayaking, and working in these pants almost daily for years. He's a big downhill skier, runner, and biker and has an athletic build and these pants are made well for that body type. I have a pair similar for myself (women's version) that I like too.

Unanswered Question

I'm 5'9' 140 lbs, what size should I get? Pretty consistently a waist 32 across other brands. Sounds like prana has been changing up the sizing. My older prana pants from ~2005 say M on the tag, and I think it was either 32 or 30 inseam....they fit very well.

1 5

Size not true

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs small

Ordered XXL. Says waist size 40-42. Way too small.

3 5

Love this pant!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

This is my third pair of these. I own tan, dark brown and now the charcoal. They're great for all-around wear, active pursuits, and on out on the trails. Love the stretch and water repellency. Fit is spot on. My only complaint is that the pocket zippers on this last pair seems to catch and is not performing smoothly. Doesn't look like it was sewn right.... This does diminish the quality in my estimation. Otherwise, I would have rated it 5 stars

5 5

Nice choice for cool weather

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Great pants for when flexibility and movement are your requirements. They stretch with every move and never feel constrictive.

I have a 36 waist and found the Large to fit well but chose the 30 length as they seemed to run long.

Even when they get dirty they come out the wash looking good and have proven pretty durable no pics or tears so far.

They are light water resistant but won't keep you dry in the heavy rain.

Would I buy them again: Yes

4 5

Comfy, but pull threads

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

My second pair of these. I bought them because they don't look like daggy 'trekking pants' , so they can be the only pairs you take when you travel. The stretch fabric means you can do just about anything in them e.g climbing. But in the end I decided to keep one pair for serious trips and one as travel pants, because they pull threads on vegetation, so look scruffy pretty fast if you don't hike on big, clear trails.

5 5

Best Pants I've Ever Worn

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I own several pairs of Stretch Zion pants and shorts. They are all I wear, year round. Absolutely the best pants made. I have put them through hell for 18 months and they are still holding up and showing little sign of wear. The pants ran a bit big when I bought them, but after having them tailored, couldn't be happier.

5 5

Awesome pants worth every penny!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

Just got these pants yesterday. I will say they weren't what I was expecting. I was assuming they were thinner and honestly a little worried about the fit in the thigh (I have tree trunks for legs). Super comfortable, great fit (I wear 32, ordered M32) and very impressed with design. Can't wait to try em out and see how waterproof they are!

5 5

Great for adventure or the everyday!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs large

Most of the people I know have a pair of these and they all said the pants were the best thing ever so I got myself a pair. They were not kidding, almost everything about these pants make them spectacular! They are breathable, durable and comfortable. I use them mostly for climbing when it's a little too cold for shorts and they hold up to the rigors of being bumped and rubbed against the rock for a weekend. The material has a nice amount of stretch to it and allows me to make any kind of movement I would want to in them and they are not constricting or feel like they might tear. The material sort up absorbs the chalk that gets on it and is a little hard to get out but with a good wash or 2 they look fine again.

The waist has a great tightening system that will keep them up even if they are a little large on you. I got the small waist with 32

5 5

I Love These Pants

I have kuhl, sitka, golite,and marmot hiking pants these are better and more comfortable. I hike in them and hunt in them, wore them 2 days in a row and they still look and feel as good as just washed they are really the best hiking pants I have worn no binding in the crotch and look amazing buy them and if on sale buy 2

4 5

Great option for climbing, hiking

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I've been hunting for a good pair of pants to hike and climb in for some time, and keep getting disappointed for one reason or another. Prana's Zion pants are the first worthy candidate I've found.

Too often, pants that fit me in the waist and thighs end up being quite baggy at the bottom, which isn't so great for hiking and is downright annoying when climbing. These pants are a little trimmer in the legs and also have snaps that allow you to roll up the bottom for climbing (or as the product description suggest, wading through a very, very shallow stream).

The fabric is breathable and has performed well during the final days of summer in the Southeast. The stretch of the fabric means they don't limit my range of motion and are very seldom thought about once I have them on, which is exactly what I want. I haven't taken them on a thru-hike or a multi-day push up a big wall, but they show no signs of wear after many trips over rough granite.

These seem like great pants that will span a few seasons and will even be suitable for our milder winter weather with a thin insulation layer underneath. Somewhere out there are the perfect pair of pants for me, but these will definitely do in the meantime.

5 5

Too good to be true

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I originally bought these as a second pair of pants to climb in as my (then) current ones were looking a little worse for wear. After I wore these for the first time, they immediately replaced all of my other pairs of pants (I wear them quite literally every day). Not only are they incredibly comfy, but they move like no one's business. The super-stretchy fabric makes climbing, and even yoga, in them a dream. They are very lightweight and breathable without sacrificing durability. As I said earlier, you won't catch me with these any further than arm's-length away and they haven't torn or been wounded a bit.
On top of all that, the adjustable waist band makes for a nice fit for whatever size you are.
Overall, I'd say you would be a fool to pass these up.

5 5

Awesome Hiking Pants

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

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.

5 5

Best climbing/hiking pants

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

These are great pants for climbing and hiking. They are light enough to not feel too hot but durable enough to climb in and take a beating. The waist band adjustment is great allowing for a finley tuned fit. Stretchy, durable nylon with a DWR to shed a little water.

5 5

Buy Them

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

(see title)

3 5

Didn't fit well.

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs large

Quality of product seems great. However, I ordered a Med-32" inseam. Same measurements I wear in jeans, chino, carhart, and other long pants. They were FAR too long, and too baggy. I even held these 32" inseam against my 32" inseam kahkis, and these were close to 4" longer. Charcoal color. I hear the different colors fit differently than one another.

Returning them. I was charged $6.99 for return shipping. Seems ridiculous. So I purchased my new pair from campsaver.com who offers free return shipping, and free 2nd time shipping on the new pair if the first pair doesn't work out. Seems a bit more realistic to me.

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UPDATE: 5'10", 170lbs. Small-30" inseam fits PERFECT.

5 5

Love these pants

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs small

They are not as baggy as they look in the pictures. I would say they even run a bit small. but overall I love these little guys. they don't feel like plastic at all. very durable and not too heavy (but not ultra light). you could wear these out as well as on the crag. They don't make any noise as you walk in them *(unlike goretex), but they are also not as water resistant.

3 5

Awesome Pants, quality control lacking

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs small

I purchased the dark khaki version of this pant and loved them so much I ordered every other color in stock in the exact same size. Much to my dismay the other colors all fit differently. The charcoal runs smaller, the brown runs larger. As a result I have to return the two other pairs. Too bad.

5 5

These are my favorite piece of clothing

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I got these pants for a desert backpacking trip. I wore then everyday for a 3 day trip, trying to protect myself from the sun as well as brush and bugs. They were super awesome. They are heavier than my Columbia hiking pants, definitely more durable. They breath remarkably well, and fit amazingly. I mostly credit their awesome fit to the stretch material. I wear these all the time now, as they fit in well with normal clothing.

I am 6'3" and 180lb or so. I normally wear 34 waste pants. I got the 34 - L and they fit very well.