These pants seemed like they were well constructed and would be great for average sized women. I had to return them. Being 4'11", 98lbs, with a 25" inseam, I expected to have to hem these pants, but the knee detail was so far down my leg that cutting a few inches off the bottom wouldn't have made them fit lengthwise. Additionally, they were extremely loose. I'd ordered a 2/Short after looking at the size chart (I have a 26" waist and hips that fluctuate between 35-36"). The 2/Shorts were falling-off-big. I returned these and tracked down a pair of 0 Halle pants in a local store. Even the 0s were too loose and could be pulled down without even unbuttoning them.
Despite what outdoor companies' sizing charts always claim, I have yet to find any hiking pants in a 0/short/petite that actually come close enough to fitting me to warrant the expense. Note to Prana: taking 2" off the bottom of pants isn't enough for petite women. The entire length of the pants' proportions needs to be adjusted (i.e. rise, taper, side pocket positioning, knee details, etc.). Also, if someone is only 2" shorter than average, they can make do with regular length pants by simply hemming them. Please consider making a "short" version of pants with an inseam that is more like 4"+ shorter than normal, enough to actually make a difference for petite women.