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- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share
- Fit: True to size
These pants have a thin, soft fabric. Great for working out in, casual wear or lounging around the house. Draw string tie and has pockets.
Love them, but wait for a sale
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Super comfortable, strechy, and good looking. I used them for lounging kicking around and climbing in the gym. Wouldn't used the for outdoor climbing because the fabric is pretty thin. I am 6'2 and usually wear 32-34 and went with the medium. they fit perfectly, I recommend buying for length because the waist band can completely close the waist. They are WAY overpriced, even for how good quality and would give 4.5 stars.
Great with a few alterations!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Too bad prAna doesn't make these for the ladies.
I used my sewing skills to make these fit my little lady body :)
Took in the gusseted crotch and a little hem to the bottom and the XS is perfect for me. At 5'7" 118 lbs with a 32 inseam I am a happy Yogi, Climber and Lounger in these comfy pants.
Will definitely invest my time and cash in another pair until prAna makes a girlie version.
Great yoga pants
These are awesome yoga pants.
Live in the Nude...
These pants are THE most comfortable pants I own. I bought two pairs. I am 6'1" 170# and got the larges. They are a touch long, however, better long than short, and I roll them up sometimes. The medium had me feeling a bit restricted, defeating the purpose of their comfort.I wear them to the bar, around the house, and yesterday wore them climbing. I have been afraid to climb in them because they feel like they would not last long with that application. They will work on non-abrasive rock, but a lot of the stuff here in Northern/Central NM is SUPER abrasive; just ask my hands! They stay cut up. In short, it feels like I'm not wearing pants at all; sometimes I look down just to make certain I didn't pull an Albert Einstein.
bought these pants in espresso color, size L for my brother who's 6'4, thin and muscular. they look really good and he likes them a lot!
very comfortable pants. Runs true to size, but if you have a slightly bigger butt be aware that there isn't much give in the waist to get them on. They are slightly stiffer than i expected given that the hemp and PET fabric, but they have a great stretch to them that they don't feel stiff. Look casual, but are not on couch only wear.
I am usually 32-34, what size should I go...
I am usually 32-34, what size should I go for?
If you prefer your sweats/yoga pants tight fitting, go with the medium. I prefer mine a little loose in the groin, so I stick to the large with my 33 waist and 32 inseam.
Great pants, gave these to my brother and he basically lives in them. Very comfortable!
I have these pants in several colors and they are awesome. Light weight, stretchy, and super comfortable and my wife thinks I look good in them.
Most Comfortable Pants I Own
These are probably the most comfortable pants I own. In fact, I own three pairs. The color selection could be better but I guess they are going with Earth-tones. These pants are breathable, stretchy, and fit perfectly (6'4", 220 lbs; size large). I don't wear them for rock climbing so I cannot vouch for the durability but with everything else considered, they are worth the money.
prAna Sutra Pant - Men's
These pants rock. They are the most comfortable pants I own. Time will tell if they hold up or not. I am normally a 34x34 and I went with a size Large.
More lounge than anything
I really enjoy these pants, but they feel more like better fitting lounge pants than anything. Suitable for yoga, yes, but probably not going to hold up to too much climbing.
Is the tobacco a dark kaki or more of a...
Is the tobacco a dark kaki or more of a brown? I already have the espresso pair and don't want them to be too similar.
The Tobacco color is much lighter than the espresso. They would look completely different. It is a great color.
The Tobacco color is more of a caramel color. It is very different from the Espresso. You'll be safe to get another pair.
These are the only pants I where climbing. It would actually feel wierd to wear other pants. I climb five days a week.
i picked these up on some what of a whim. as far as comfort goes, well there is no substitute. i literally feel like im just sitting around in my boxers when i wear these. sizing is generalized much like their shorts. if you are on the slim side stay to the smalls. they are REALLY roomy, but the lightweight feel more than makes up for extra material.
bottom line: want to feel like you could just lay in a hammock all day drinking tea (or brews), get 'em, wear 'em, love 'em.