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Stretch Zion Pant

Whether you're teching your way up a tough slab, figuring out the sequence on a roof section, or hiking in to camp, the Prana Men's Stretch Zion Pant can hang. Its stretch nylon fabric and gusseted crotch provide a natural range of motion for all your scramble-loaded adventures, while the water-resistant finish helps keep your legs dry if you get caught in a little rain.

  • Technical pants for hiking, climbing, and travel
  • Zion fabric is stretchy yet durable
  • DWR finish repels light moisture
  • Roll-up snaps secure cuffs while climbing
  • Standard fit with inseam gusset for added mobility
  • Item #PRA00M7

Material
Zion (97% nylon, 3% spandex), DWR finish
Fit
standard
Pockets
2 hand, 1 cargo, 2 back
Waist
adjustable
Gusseted Crotch
yes
Recommended Use
climbing, casual, travel
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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>Rating: 3

burlap sack

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it
Fit:
Runs large
Size Bought
33 and 34
Weight
185 lbs

They just don't fit well at all. I'm an athletic 185 and have trouble finding pants that fit both my waist and thighs. Either the waist is massive, the thigh fits and looks like im wearing bell bottoms or i'm wearing skinny jeans (with bell bottoms). Which is disappointing because Prana are the best fitting jeans for me but apparently that fit doesn't translate to their hiking pants.

>Rating: 4

My go to pant

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

These are by far my favorite pants, camping, skateboarding, climbing to causual wear these pants can do it all. Prana really does value their product and it goes to show in the zion pant by Prana.

>Rating: 5

First pair of climbing specific pants

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Height
6` 3"
Weight
150 lbs

Being my first pair of climbing specific pants, I love them, and ask myself why I waited so long to make a purchase like this. They are lightweight, surprisingly durable, and yet are surprisingly warm on cool windy days. The leg zip pocket is really nice. The fit is very good, and it is nice not having to wear a belt with these pants. Would buy again.

>Rating: 5

Awesome Pants

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
34X32
Height
6` 3"
Weight
180 lbs

The Stretch Zion is an excellent pant for just about anything. I love the zip cargo and back pockets for extra security. The fabric is high quality/ stretchy and made from sustainable materials. What really sets this pant apart for me is the ability to roll and bottom up the bottom hems. This addition makes this an excellent four seasons pant.

>Rating: 5

Favorite pants hands down.

Height
6` 1"
Weight
155 lbs

Prana pants are without a doubt my favorite pants. I go through about 2-3 pants a month in the summer from skateboarding and just wear and tear. Prana's zion fabric however has never ripped or frayed on me. Big fan.

similar build here what size did you get?

>Rating: 5

Years keep passing, still tried and true

Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
34x30

These showed up and in my normal fashion of not wearing pants around the house, I retrieved the box from the entry and dash back inside. I open the box, untie and unroll the pants, I slip them on and it is like slipping into any of the other pairs I own. My wife comes downstairs.. "When did you decide to put pants on? When did you get that color?" The majority of my pants are from Prana and they are a definite go to company for my needs in being a short man and them offering their pants in a short inseam.

>Rating: 4

Good as always

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
34x30
Height
5` 6"
Weight
188 lbs

I love the stretch zion series so much that I do not believe I own any other type of pants. Soft, great fit and tough year after year and these are no different... however there seems to be something slightly off with this pair. Everything seems to be slightly larger. Front pockets are a bit deeper, the back pocket is slightly larger (I only mention this because I find myself constantly checking for my wallet) and the legs at the bottom seem a bit more on the baggie side. It’s as though they took a previous pair and just added a bit of extra material. But with that said, they are still comfortable travel pants and great hiking pants and it was nice to see a new color come out.

I bought 3 pairs of these years ago and your totally right, the different colors fit differently. The black was the tightest fitting, the mud were baggy, and the charcoal was in between. I'm glad I'm not the only one who noticed...

>Rating: 5

Excellent all around pants

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
30-31
Height
5` 9"
Weight
170 lbs

Bought these pants for work, which involves hiking on and off trail in the mountains of Montana, and they've held up awesome. Incredibly light, comfortable, and breathable. They also dry out super fast after getting wet. Durability exceeds expectations, as I've abused the hell out of them (rocks, brush, fire). Love the sizing as well. I'll definitely buy more pairs in the future

>Rating: 5

Do anything pants

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
34/32
Height
6` 1"
Weight
200 lbs

These pants can do anything. I've climbed rocks and glaciers in them. I've waded rivers in them. I've worn them as work pants doing disaster response work. I've caught them on fire. Fire is the only thing they don't do well.

>Rating: 4

Would have given 5 stars, but...

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it
Fit:
Runs small
Size Bought
33x30
Height
5` 9"
Weight
166 lbs

Compared to the Prana Bridger Jean pants, the Zion pants seem to be at least an inch or two shorter. I'm usually a 30/31 inseam, but the 33x30 Zion pants stop about 1-1.5 inches above my feet. Way too short for my liking, so I returned for a 33x32. Aside from inseam length, the waist fits perfect, pants are comfortable and quality material.

>Rating: 4

Comfortable but casually appropriate

These pants are insanely comfortable. the material is extremely soft yet sturdy. They are very styley, but they do have a boot flair if you are looking for a straight legged pant i'd look else where. Plenty of room and forgivingness for all activities. I would go a bit longer in the inseam as they seem about 1 inch shorter than most of my jeans of the same length.

>Rating: 1

Terrible climbing pants

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
Runs large
Size Bought
28
Height
5` 8"
Weight
140 lbs

I have high standards for gear, but these pants consistently did not meet my expectations or hopes, and I really can't see why everyone rates them so highly. All of my climbing/mountaineering friends also dislike them. They died in a year of use. Let's count the ways. 1. They stretch out rapidly over time. I got the 28in waist for my ~29 in waist, and within six months the pants could easily fall past my butt. When climbing, this means that they were always falling below my harness, meaning blisters and rug-burn where the harness contacts my hips. The waist cinch was close to useless for countering this. 2. They are not durable. Mine got holes in them rapidly from chimneys, offwidths, and squeeze chimneys. Some holes are fine and a cost of awkward styles of climbing. But once the holes got to a certain size, they then caught on manzanita bushes while approaching and immediately blew the entire knee out (see photo). These pants to not discourage ripping very well at all. 3. Overall design is poor for climbing. Small things like the poorly positioned pockets (fine for hiking, bad for climbing) and even the buttons to hold the cuffs rolled up (which aren't useful and only get in the way when you want to wipe off your climbing shoes) mean that these pants really are annoying to climb in. I really wanted to like these pants. But every time I put them on, I was annoyed with them. This included being mad at them on The Nose on El Capitan, the Bugaboos of Canada, and other alpine adventures. I put them through the wringer. But I wager they would be nice pants for hanging around town or doing low-impact hiking.

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>Rating: 5

One of the best.

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
31x32
Height
6` 1"
Weight
150 lbs

One of the best climbing pants. Durable than you imagine. Stretches nicely. If you want a slimmer one, get the one that says straight. This one is more relaxed fit.

>Rating: 4

Simply Amazing

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
30x32
Height
5` 11"
Weight
158 lbs

Hands down the best pair of pants for any outdoor activity. Only complaint is the price $84 is kinda ridiculous I think I payed like $55-60 a few years back, that was a fair price.

>Rating: 5

BEST CLIMBING PANTS

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
31 x 30
Height
5` 9"
Weight
155 lbs

I climb outdoors regularly, primarily in Yosemite, so these pants see a lot of wear and rubbing against granite rock. These are the best climbing and hiking pants I've ever had, the fabric is breathable yet strong and stretches well to feel super comfortable in all but the most extreme weather conditions. They prevent sunburn, mosquito bites, poison Ivy, and have light water resistant properties. There's a small "belt" tab on the waist you can pull to tighten the pants if needed, runs true to size but leans on the larger side (I wear 31 x 30 and I'd say the waist can be adjusted to anywhere from 30 - 31.5 depending on how much you pull the belt strap. There's also two clips to roll up the pants sleeve a quarter length, I use it all the time so I can wear long pants yet still have great breath-ability! Best part is they usually have 25% or more off deals! Pick one up with a deal and you won't need another outdoor activity pants.

>Rating: 5

Love it!

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

prana is one of my favorite brands The fabric is very good quality looks good to any body and very light for any activity.

>Rating: 5

ninja pajamas

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

These are by far the most comfortable pants I've worn in a long time. They are super stretchy, yet look sharp. Look great with a ratty t-shirt or a nice collared shirt. Water rolls off of them, yet they are somehow a little breathable in the heat. I'm talking sweaty, humid, high temps, the pants don't seem stifling, which is a surprise. Only small negative is that the integrated belt-thing has a tail that hangs down. I just tuck over the waist band. Though nice to have an integrated cinch strap (not really a belt), and you can't see it if you wear them with an actual belt, so a small inconvenience for a great feature. All in all, highly recommended.

>Rating: 5

Great pants!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
Runs large
Size Bought
32
Height
6` 0"
Weight
160 lbs

Extremely comfortable and durable. Own two pairs of pants and two pairs of shorts. Cargo pocket can be pretty handy, especially considering it is zippered. I generally prefer a slimmer cut so my next pair will be Brions. All around, can't complain!

>Rating: 5

Super dope climbing pants

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
34x32
Height
6` 1"
Weight
188 lbs

I've done hundreds of days in these pants. They breathe, they protect you in offwidths and cracks, and approaches. Super comfortable tightener strap so you dont need to wear a belt. Best climbing pants out there period.

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>Rating:

A stated by a few reviews these pants now run slightly longer. Can this be confirmed by more people/gearheads before I place my order? For reference, I typically wear 32x32 and the 32L usually drags on the floor for me but I like the look with shoes. However, I would not want it to drag too much like a 33L.

I had a chance to try at a nearby REI that did not have it available earlier. In my opinion, the length is, in fact, longer than a standard 32L. There is about the same amount of "crimple" found in other ~34L pants. The 30L's seemed more like a ~31L which is the size I will be getting.

>Rating:

I'm usually a 29 waist, but these pants are only offered in a 28 or 30 waist size. Do people recommend that I get them a little small or large? I see that they have a belt of some kind, so I'm thinking large, but I want to make sure.

>Rating:

Hi, I bought a pair in size S/32 a year ago and they fit perfectly. Would a 31/32 be a comparable fit after the change to numerical sizing? Also, is it true that they changed the fit to be baggier in the legs as another reviewer mentioned? Hope not, they were perfect...

>Rating:

Prana appears to make these in a 36 length as well. Can these be ordered through backcountry as well?

anyone?

>Rating:

Last year I bought Prana stretch zion pants with size M 32. but I noticed Prana Pants size system changed. So I wonder which size one I shoud choose for me. 32x 32 or 33 x 32?

Hey Bumtae - Prana did change their sizing for this year. I have an old L-34 and the 34x34 fit me best in the new Stretch Zions. There is still the adjustment strap in the waist so maybe the 33x32 will be best for you. Feel free to contact me directly with any additional questions. - Kyle L. - Expert Gearhead

>Rating:

I want to get my husband a pair of these. As long as I've known him, he's been 32x32 (medium) in every brand and everything, but Prana's size chart leads me to believe he'd need a small (waist size "30"). Can anyone verify or clarify this? He usually wears his pants a bit tight, but this might be due to his soccer player build. I guess I'm wondering if all the reviewers who say it fits "true to size" mean according to Prana's size chart, or according to their normal size...these are obviously different.

Hey Stella, If he is a 32x32 get him a Medium 32. I am a 32" waist and wear a medium in these pants. I think the Prana size chart is a off for these pants. Let me know if you have any other questions.

>Rating:

What does the number indicate after the letter? Is that the inseam or waist? i.e. a S-30 will get me a waist of 32 but a length of 30 and a S-32 will get me a 32/32?

The S is for the waist size and the number is the inseam length. For a 32" waist you could go with either a M or S depending on how you want them to fit. The adjustable waist belt will fine tune the fit for you.

>Rating:

Any ladies out there that rock these for climbing (or otherwise?) I'm in the market for some climbing pants, not partial to mens clothes, but here they are, and one sale. .. men's prana has fit me in the past, just curious about ladies experience with these pants. thanks!

I can't answer your question but I thought I would mention that there is a women's version called the Halle Pant - http://www.backcountry.com/prana-halle-pant-womens?s=a

Thanks Jeremy! I'm aware of the Halle, hadn't seen it on sale, will consider- but doesn't come in brick and blue (what's with that!?). I have been partial to flashier colors lately, they're so much fun!

Yes, I wear both the pants and shorts and love them! The shorts do look a little like you're wearing men's pants (they sometimes get some weird bunching in the front when I sit down) but I don't care because they're so comfortable and functional. I have a muscular posterior and can't stand women's pants that are so low rise. FYI, I'm 5'4" and wear a women's large in most pants, and the M-30 fits well...just a little long, so I roll them up a little.

>Rating:

I'm a short guy that typically wears a 28"-29" inseam. What are my options here, cuff the bottoms of a pair of 30"?

Hi Raymond, the 30" inseam is the shortest for the Stretch Zion Pant. I know a few people in your situation that have used a few different options. First you can always spend $10-$20 and get them professionally hemmed. Second option would be to buy some hem tape. There is either the iron on version or the super sticky version. Usually about $5.

>Rating:

I want to buy these for my husband but how can you tell which inseam is which? He is a 32X30

The S/M/L is the Waist Size and the number is the length. Depending on how he likes them to fit he could wear a small or a medium.

>Rating:

Hi, these look great for my boyfriend who enjoys camping and climbing. He's 5'8, 135 pounds, 30" waist. Which size should I order?? thanks!

I would say a small waist then pick the right inseam length. They come in three inseams 30, 32, 34.

The small will definitely be on the looser/baggier side; I'm 5'11, 155 and a size small feels a touch loose on me. My boyfriend who's about the same dimensions as yours wears an extra-small and they fit him really nicely. Remember, these are stretchy. Hope this helps.

Definitely the XS. I am 5'7, 137 pounds and the XS 30 is a perfect fit.

>Rating:

I have a couple pairs of size small Stretch Zion shorts. Can I expect similar sizing and fit in the pants?

Cody, it will be the same sizing!

>Rating:

Is it possible to find the claimed weight of this pants?

Trevor, the pants weigh 0.9 lbs in a medium. If you have anymore questions feel free to send me an email or call! Bill Porreca bporreca@backcountry.com 801-736-6398

>Rating:

I'm a 33 waist 32 length. 6'0'' 200lbs. What would you recommend for sizing?

John, a medium-32 should work. If you have anymore questions feel free to send me an email or call! Bill Porreca bporreca@backcountry.com 801-736-6398

>Rating:

Are any of the pockets zippered and if so, which ones? Is the belt removable?

Hey! So the cargo pocket on the left thigh has a zippered pocket. Zippered on top and on side for dual access. The belt is non-removable. Shoot me an email anytime you have questions! Jared D. Expert Gearhead 801.736.4336 jdowns@backcountry.com

>Rating:

Does Prana make pants like this for ladies? A comparable pant?

The Halle pant would be the comparable pant in the women's line: http://www.backcountry.com/prana-halle-pant-womens?s=a There are also a couple of zip off versions called the Monarch and the Sage convertible.

>Rating:

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.

No question?

>Rating:

Please email me if you have XS - 30...

Please email me if you have XS - 30 Charcoal.

We do not currently have that size and color in stock. We do not have an order for those from Prana. I'm not sure if we will be carrying that size.

>Rating:

Did they change the fit of these pants...

Did they change the fit of these pants this year? I bought a pair last year that had a slimmer fit. I just bought the same size pair last month and they were baggy.

Yes, they made them bigger! L used to be doable, but a little big for me, now they were huge. M fit fine now whereas they were tight in the hips in the past. I have always worn a M in the shorts, though.

>Rating:

Can you special order the xs size?

Can you special order the xs size?

We do sometimes have the XS in stock but unfortunatley none at the moment, and at present we are not able to backorder Prana products.