Prana Halle Pant - Women's

Prana Halle Pant - Women's
Prana Halle Pant - Women's
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Halle Pant - Women's by Prana
From the climbing crag to the coffee shop, the Halle is designed to tackle just about everything and anything you throw at it. It features Prana's Stretch Zion fabric, which stretches for unimpeded mobility, and converts to a capri when an early morning start gives way to midday heat.

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SKU: PRA00EX
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