Why We Like The prAna Indio Heritage Short
We like the prAna Indio Heritage Short for relaxed comfort and easygoing style. Plus, with a recycled nylon construction, we get some added eco-friendly peace of mind, too.
- Recycled nylon construction is wicking and eco-friendly
- Relaxed unisex fit promotes a natural range of motion
- Mesh-lined hand pockets are secure and breathable
- Suggested for women to size down one
- Item #PRAZ9ZG
- Responsible Collection
- 100% recycled nylon
- 2 hand, 1 rear
- adjustable, elastic
- Manufacturer Warranty
- limited 3 year
5 based on 2 ratings
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May 22, 2023
Great Shorts, love the style!
- I've used it several times
- Size Bought:
- 5' 10"
These shorts remind me of the ones I wore as a kid in the 90s and I love the mix of patterns. They are comfortable and light. I would recommend! Two things to note: (1) the cinching strap is offset and hangs down a few inches when I tighten them so it's always visible, and (2) the shorts seem to run a bit big, but I think that's just the fit. For reference I am 5' 10", 175 lbs and wear a size medium (mens). The medium shorts are loose fitting but I can easily tighten them in the waist to get the right fit. Overall really like these shorts from Prana!
April 25, 2023
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Size Bought:
- 5' 1"
i was looking for an all around short to wear climbing, kayaking or just to work and i was stoked to find these. i got the dark sky pattern and it's such a cool throwback piece! from prana's website, i've seen some reviews about the fit being boxier and heavily leaning towards the men's sizing/fit and that it looks like the shorts have been altered for the woman model; i have some answers here!! i got a small and a medium because i was in between sizes; the key factor here (which they don't share on any of the size charts) is that the small is a 4" inseam and the medium (and i assume above) is a 5" inseam. for reference, i'm 5'1" and about 155 pounds and am usually a size medium bottom; i ultimately decided on the small because i liked the fit better and it was more flattering. the medium, was in fact, more boxier. hope this helps!!
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