Prana Bindu Pant - Women's

Prana Bindu Pant - Women's
Prana Bindu Pant - Women's
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Bindu Pant - Women's by Prana
Sure to become a regular in your rotation, the Prana Women's Bindu Pant is comfortable and stylish in any situation. From yoga sessions and daily errands to weekend camping trips in the woods, the Bindu offers lightweight, stretchy comfort and laid-back style. Four-way stretch fabric allows easy movement whether you're practicing a pose or hiking your favorite trail, and it wicks sweat to keep you dry when temperatures soar in summer.

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SKU: PRA012W
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