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Prana Stretch Zion Pant

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Weight5 oz

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Prana Stretch Zion Pant
4.8 out of 5 based on 8 user reviews.


Cred: 831
Review by stevencook on Jan. 28, 2008
the greatest climbing pants i havve owned. mesh pockets let heat vent. holes in the crotch area let heat vent when your harness stays on for the whole day. the snaps on the bottom let you keep your pants off your ankles and your climbing shoes free so you can get that important contact with the rock at all times
pricey but still great
none


Cred: 647
Review by romleinster on Sep. 22, 2011
Very comfy, little things: integrated belt is offset from the center, so it doesn't dig in. Pockets are deep and mesh to drain water. Even has drain holes around the crotch for more water draining.
Zippers around the knees are pretty conspicuous--otherwise I'd wear these around every day.


Cred: 951
Review by Bassnick on Nov. 08, 2011
AWESOME pants. I really love the way they feel and they are super light. Great to hike in. Also they have little clips so you can roll the bottoms up and get full range of motion while climbing!!
NONE!


Cred: 23
Review by sawdustfeet on Jun. 22, 2012
Stretch material is extremely comfortable and flexes with leg movements; pants can roll up and snap into place at the low shin area which allows for your legs to breathe some if it turns into non-pants weather; the sinch half-belt at the front is great and still leaves room for a real belt if needed.
Seems are a bit weak; doesn't seem like these would last too long on the trail - they seem more like they'd be of ideal use in the "mountain life" chillaxing category.
For hitting the trail, I'd recommend these as alternatives:
- The North Face Paramount convertable pant (not stretch and knees are not articulated)
- Kuhl Liberator convertable pant (articulated knees are nice)


Cred: 58
Review by fb_1119510125 on Mar. 12, 2008
great pants, where them all the time, not only when climbing, Plus gotta love those venting crotch holes


Cred: 31
Review by fb_707385401 on May. 08, 2008
fit well, breath, good to climbing, have snaps to roll up the cuffs
cuff still get in the way sometimes
kakkis


Cred: 484
Review by fb_775474335 on Jun. 09, 2008
Great comfy and performance!
Not built for scrawny people like me.
None


Cred: 27
Review by DRoth on Jul. 27, 2008
Amazing pants that breath very very well
NONE BEST Climbing PANTS OUT THERE
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