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Tiger bites and Yeti attacks are not within reason.

The PrAna Men’s Stretch Zion Pants are durable enough to take on anything your outdoor adventures can throw at them—Within reason. A gusseted crotch allows for natural movement and roll-up leg snaps come in handy at river crossings. PrAna masters added plenty of pockets for your travels. Ventilation along the inseam brings breath to a much needed area in the heat of a summer bouldering session.

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5 5

Surprise.

Just got my Pranas here !!!! And i couldn't be happier , Prana is my new favorite brand . I'm 6'3, 240 athletic pounds and i have extremely long legs,so this is perfect all around pants for me . But if they to long for you there is a small surprise that can make them shorter ! Great job prAna !!!

5 5

Prana Stretch Zion

For me, these pants will work for just about anything I do in the outdoors! Probably wouldn't ask 'em to post hole in thigh deep snow or fend off rain for any period of time, but as far as a super versatile trekking/climbing/biking/paddling pant, they are hard to beat. Fabric is nice against the skin and waistband lies flat on the waist. They are nice enough to wear to work or other casual occasions as well. I've noticed the fabric does pick up a bit of pet hair. I'm 6ft 180lb with a 33inch waist and wear the medium.

How much does the belt cinch up? I have a...

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How much does the belt cinch up? I have a 33 inch waist and jeans of that size fit well but require a belt. Could I get away with buying a large and really tightening the belt or would I be in danger of showing some crack while climbing?

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The belt on these really sucks, its made of thin webbing and doesn't grip itself well (loosens while you wear it), so make sure that the ones you get fit without the belt. I'm a 32x31 and the M is a little loose, and a little long.

I'd wait for the M to come back in stock.

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Yes indeed. A second opinion here. Wait for the medium. I'm 5'11" 170lbs. I wear the Medium and I'm a 32/33" waist in most jeans/chinos. These are a little loose and a bit long. For me this is no problem because they are really lightweight pants and I roll them a lot in the hotter months. They're not so light that they don;t drape. They still feel like normal pants, just lightweight. The belt works, but will loosen as you move around. So, when bending and stretching during climbing this will happen. The last answer suggested the "belt" solution is somehow weak. It isn't weak, just small. I think they should just add belt loops on these for when you're not in a harness. The fabric they're using would not make for bulky belt loops.

These pants are amazing for a dynamic range of outdoor use. Everyone needs a pair.

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Love these pants; I'm on my third pair and wear them for anything from muddy singletrack rides to weddings. The material and cut has changed a bit over the years, not much, and not much for the better I feel. I too prefer the velcro zipper of yore (05/06 ?), along with the closer cut and comfier material. I second the motion that the current belt design is weak. The buckle snapped right off my middle pair and none of them ever hold after a bit action. Definitely the Achilles heal of the product. Call it what you will, just doesn't work well for me. I've added some velcro to the tail of the webbing to "lock" it after adjustment. I suggest Prana do the same. It works well. I also found a reasonably-priced tailor to add some proper belt loops using the material trimmed off for hemming, so they match perfectly. I suggest Prana do this too. A real bonus on some already-great pants.

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Yep, wait for the medium. It should work fine unless you have monster thighs. I'm a 33 waist and they are fine, as I barely have to cinch the belt. The pants absolutely look like they were made for me. Sweet britches!

5 5

Awesome Pants!

I absolutely love these pants. They have a nice little stretch to them but still look like normal pants. I pretty much were these things everywhere from casual use, cross country skiing with some thermals underneath, snowshoe to just regular hiking. The fit is great a little on the loose side if you in between sizes you can probably size down.

Hey anyone know if these are slightly water...

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Hey anyone know if these are slightly water resistant? DWR?

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These are not water resistant, but are slightly water repellent (will bead water). It seems that they might have a DWR treatment on them.

Responded on

Yep, a little bit of beading going on. No serious water repellency, but they do dry fast when conditions allow. Definitely worth throwing in the washer when retreating goretex jackets or other waterproof/breathables.

5 5

Great all-round pants

I'm just 5 ft 7, 150 lbs, but my waist measures about 31,so the chart seemed to say to order a Medium. I ordered a Small and they fit really well, just like a two-year old pair, also Small, that I already had. These pants are quite tough, wash up well, and dry fast, -which some stretch pants don't do. The fabric has changed a bit over the years but I like this new version just as well as the older one. My older pair have gotten some "pilling" of the fabric near the main pockets, but they are quite high mileage by now.

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yeah, the old fabric was a bit heavier and I may have liked it just a little better, but for hot hot days this fabric is the best around.

3 5

Bigger isn't always better

In truth, I'm a bit bummed. I'm 5'11", 150 and it's pretty hard to find pants that fit well, but I've worn these pants for a number of years and have been happy throughout. However, it seems that they've changed the cut. I order two pairs, one from Backcountry and one from Zappos because I thought the first was mismarked, and found the waist to be 2" larger than the 2007s I already own.

I know I keep reading that Americans are getting bigger but ... I'm not. These pants no longer fit a skinny guy like me.

3 5

Bigger isn't always btter

In truth, I'm a bit bummed. I'm 5'11", 150 and it's pretty hard to find pants that fit well, but I've worn these pants for a number of years and have been happy throughout. However, it seems that they've changed the cut. I order two pairs, one from Backcountry and one from Zappos because I thought the first was mismarked, and found the waist to be 2" larger than the 2007s I already own.

I know I keep reading that Americans are getting bigger but ... I'm not. These pants no longer fit a skinny guy like me.

5 5

Excellent all around outdoors pants

Just bought my second pair! The first pair from about 2-3 years ago are still going strong, I just wanted to get a different color so it's less noticeable that I wear them all the time. The new pants seem to have a slightly heavier material than the originals, but they are even better IMO. Just got back from a hike in 25* weather and they are warm enough, and can work in 80*+ humid weather on the rock as well.

Best...pants...ever. I'm 5'10" and 175 with a 32" waist and the medium fit perfectly.

The pic is from the summit of Seneca, May 2010.

Excellent all around outdoors pants
sandstone ballet

sandstone ballet

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Stretching like only the stretch zion will allow on the red rocks of northern arizona.

I'm 36" waist what size should I get?/ The...

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I'm 36" waist what size should I get?/ The sizing info on this site is not functioning

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The sizing guide from Prana's website says that a 36" waist would be an XL.

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I would get a Large if I were you, unless you have giant thighs.

5 5

Ultra versatile and durable!

I begrudgingly purchased a pair of these after making a long trip to a rock gym to meet a friend, only to realize I hadn't brought anything to climb in. The $70 price tag seemed outrageous at the time, however in the year I've had them, they've more than paid off. They're durable, super comfortable, and functional; everything from day hikes to multi-pitch adventures, these things hold up. Nice big zip pockets for your goo or other supplies, and a belt system to keep them up when a fully loaded harness threatens to derobe you. The darker colors also hide dirt real well, and don't look too bad when you're rocking around town. Best of all, they still appear brand new after a year of serious use; these things are built to last. Highly recommended.

5 5

favorite pants

These are my favorite pants for hiking and rock climbing. They are light, and very stretchy. They can stand up to a surprising amount of abuse, and still look great. I am usually a 34x30, and the mediums fit me great in the waist. They are a little long, but when rolled up they work fine.

I'm 6' and weigh 195. Should I get the L...

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I'm 6' and weigh 195. Should I get the L or XL? Do they fit to the waist or below the waist? Thanks. David

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That sounds like it puts you at roughly a 33-34" waist, right? Go with the Large.

im 5'10" and 130lbs. 29" waist, what size...

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im 5'10" and 130lbs. 29" waist, what size should i get?

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depends on the fit you like kinda of, small ranges from 26-29 inch waist, medium runs 30-33, im a similar size and i wear a medium and it cinches down with the draw to hold tightly no problem at all so both probably will fit but with the small you will be about at the extent of the pants, with a medium youd have a lot of room to grow but theyd most likely still stay on

Did you or will you carry the Asphalt or...

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Did you or will you carry the Asphalt or Steel colors of this pant?

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We carried Asphalt, but sold out. Sorry, at this time we are not expecting any more in stock.

5 5

Great for climbing

These pants have great stretch for those long climbing moves. True to size.

5 5

Just bought my second pair

They're durable.. my first pair lasted a couple of years of wearing them several days a week. They're relatively cool on hot days. The fastening system works well without a belt (nice if you're in a harness). Never once have the pants got in the way for any climbing move I've tried to do. I love 'em.

5 5

great all around out-door pants

I hike, camp and climb in these pants! Loose and comfortable (im 6' 170lbs), they are lightweight at the campsite, and look good enough to go out to eat in. Climbing, they are durable enough to slide against rough sandstone for hours on end. Hiking, I have had my fair share of wild blackberry grab hold, but no holes tears yet. Perfect all around pants.

5 5

Good stuff

These pants are amazing. they are a tad (an inch) too long, I am 6ft tall with a 34 inch waist, but perfect to fit with sandals if you tuck them under your heel, plus you can roll them up and snap them as man-pris. Stretchy, lightweight, they were great to climb in. Perfect for anything you want a lighter pant for, but know that they will no get torn up easily.

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i agree a little too long i roll the cuff up once on the 2010s. the older ones fit better for length but are unavailable.

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