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Freedom from the waist down.

The prAna Men's Sutra Pant is great for folks who put themselves into crazy contorted positions, like climbers and yoga-types. The extra-wide thigh area allows a huge range of motion, and the hemp and PET fabric give the Sutra copious quantities of breathability.

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  • Fit:True to size
  • Height: 6'2"
    Weight: 215 lbs

true to size and really comfortable


Light and Comfortable!!

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size
  • Height: 5'7"
    Weight: 180 lbs
    Size Purchased: Medium 32

Love these pants. I have these in the Khaki - Medium 32. They are lightweight and super comfortable. Great for lounging around the house, yoga, fishing, a quick walk in the woods, or going to the store. Although I ordered the 32, I think the waist is really about 34 inches. This is actually a good thing because there's no button and the fly isn't just for show (no zipper). You have to pull these on and tighten with the drawstring. The only complaint that I have is that when the khaki color gets wet, it turns really dark until the cloth dries. Keep this in mind if you happen to sweat a lot like I do.


Boys love these

  • Familiarity:I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
  • Fit:True to size

I bought these pants a couple times as a gift and both guys love them. According to my sources, these are really comfy lounge pants with just enough structure to go to the store and not feel like you're in your pjs. Lightweight hemp fabric doesn't stretch but the wide leg cut provides enough space to squat or kick your feet up on the couch. Highly recommended!


Narrow at the hip

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:Runs small
  • Height: 5'
    Weight: 8 lbs
    Size Purchased: Medium

Great comfy pant, the gusset crotch for any pant/short is a must IMHO. I'm caught between 31-32 waist, but I'm a little wider in hips. Both the Sutra shorts and pants are cut like a straight leg thru the hips, pants bellbottom at hemm. So while small says 32, they are tight thru hips and even with gusset they cup the crotch when squatting or streatching. I went with Med, a little roomier in waist, and they draw string like a pair of sweats, but not as bulky.
Bottom line: highly recoomend for that lazy/lounge about light easy pant, pair of flipps, and just realx'n where ever you are... Tropical island, mexico, or about the house or hood on a Sat/Sun/ or Holiday Monday. Cheers


As comfy as it gets.

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

The Sutra pants are just as comfortable as it gets. I could wear these daily, and even do a lot of the time. They are a little long, I'm 6'1, and the Large 32 fit me just fine. I would have probably went for the XL, but because of reading they were just a little big, I went a size down. Definitely worth giving these a try.


Straight forward, comfortable pants

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

The Sutra is spacious and comfortable. These pants don't have much stretch nor an elastic waistband, but don't necessarily need it.

Feels exactly how it looks, if that makes sense. The fabric feels thin and dry, which is more of an observation than negative descriptors, because these pants are great. The shorts are exactly the same.

The length may need hemming so that you're not dragging or stepping on yourself. Easy to do yourself if you have a sewing machine and inexpensive to have done at a local tailor.

Medium fits well on a 33" waist.


A Little Long

    I'm 5'9" and the mediums were way too long for me. SIze down a bit since they're long and a little baggy. really comfy pants to wear around the house.

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    soooooper comfy

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit:True to size
    • Height: 5'7"
      Weight: 150 lbs
      Size Purchased: m

    I got the purplish ones (SAC) so admittedly that makes them a bit less versatile. Like, I really look like someone into yoga if I wear these. And they are indeed awesome for yoga. Super soft, flexible, like wearing nothing . Great summer lounging pants.
    I am 32x30, muscly thighs; I bought a M and I just roll up the cuffs a bit.
    I would not hike of climb in these; the material is quite thin and I would worry about durability (although admittedly I have never tested this).
    I liked them so much, I got the shorts also (in a more normal color) and pretty much live in them in the backyard.


    Most comfortable pants ever

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times
    • Fit:True to size
    • Height: 6'0"
      Weight: 155 lbs
      Size Purchased: M

    These pants are the real deal. So comfortable it feels like you're not wearing anything at all. The bottoms are a bit baggy, but I think that's a good thing for this style of pant. Pockets are shallow and small. Items may fall out. The main drawback would be durability. I have not had them long, but they are so thin and light it does not seem like they will hold up to wear and tear. I could be wrong, but the fabric and stitching seems very fragile. Still worth a try, but I would not recommend for heavy duty use. I bought a size M as I usually wear a 32x32 pant size. The fit is good.

    I'd like to buy these for my boyfriend, but his lankiness makes sizing diffiuclt. He wears a 30x32 pant. I'm afraid the small will be too short and the medium will be to big around the waist... Any insight? Thanks in advance

    The S-32 size is a 32" inseam so it shouldn't be to short. I am a 30x32 as well and that is the size I wear.

    Hey there! Thanks for the question. I would stick with a Small for your boyfriend. These pants have a relaxing fit and sometimes run a little long. Smalls should work great!


    It's like wearing scrubs or pajamas!

    • Gender:Male
    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit:True to size
    • Height: 6'2"
      Weight: 250 lbs
      Size Purchased: XXL

    So everyone that comments on these pants thinks that they are a nice pair of slacks until they feel how soft and stretchy the material is. They look nice enough to wear to most any occasion. They are super comfortable and the "boys" don't get over heated. They have not worn from Yoga and rolling classes. Go up a size if you have large quads and want a baggier feel, the waist will cinch down. I am 38Wx32L the XL fit in the waist but I wanted them baggier through the thighs.


    Best pants ever

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

    I love these prana pants. I've got a 28in waist and the S fits great. Super comfy

    I have a 32 inch waist. Would I be better off going with a medium or large?

    Hello Chris,

    I think you would best fit into a Medium. I have worn medium in these and they are great!


    Amazing pants

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

    I'm 6'2" 170 pounds with a 31" waist and the mediums fit perfect. I think I've been living in these since I got them, they have held up perfectly against everyday climbing and yoga. Fairly expensive but totally worth it. I'll most certainly buy more in the future


    Sooo Comfortable

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

    These are light weight stretchy and super comfortable.

    Need help finding a size... I'm 6'3" and...

    Need help finding a size... I'm 6'3" and 205. Average frame, not very fit in the waist. I normally buy pants in 36 waist and 36 or 34 inseam. From the reviews, it looks like most people order a size down. Would it be better to order a L or XL? Thanks!

    Best Answer

    Hey Pat,

    So my husband is 6'1'' and 210 lbs. He tried these on in the L and the XL, and he ended up going with the XL for a roomier fit-- he said they were pretty tight in the crotch and the rear. The XLs definitely look more like loungewear. I hope this information helps!

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    Go-To Pants

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    Bought my second pair recently to add another color of pants to the closet. 5' 9" and 180, went with the Large which are long and baggy but the draw string makes them work out fine. Haven't tried the Medium on but I liked the way the first pair fit so stuck with the Large. I've had my first pair for well over a year and can't say I've had the same issue of the fabric transparency due to normal or excessive wear.

    I am 5'10" and usually wear a 34x30. Am...

    I am 5'10" and usually wear a 34x30. Am I just too short and chunky for these pants? Medium or Large better for me?

    No you are not. I'm 5'11" and wear a 34x32 and I fit the large very well.


    Great pants, but...

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

    Prana is my favorite outdoor clothing manufacturer and I have and love tons of their stuff... that said, I'm torn on these pants. These are truly the most comfortable pair of pants I have *ever* owned. They are so nice its ridiculous. I love the feel and the look. The problem is the durability. These pants get threadbare extremely quickly at the knees and butt (within 6 months of once or twice a week normal wear). The fabric wears faster than any material i've ever worn. The pair I've owned for a year is essentiallly transparent at both knees and the butt. I love these pants, but to have to pay 70 dollars to replace them each time is too much to ask.