Prana Stretch Zion Straight Pant - Men's

Prana Stretch Zion Straight Pant - Men's
Prana Stretch Zion Straight Pant - Men's
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Stretch Zion Straight Pant - Men's by Prana
The Prana Men's Stretch Zion Straight Pant is as versatile as your favorite pair of blue jeans, but (probably) twice as stretchy. A straight fit gives these pants a modern, versatile aesthetic, while the supple four-way stretch material lets you hike, climb, and sight-see in comfort. To prevent you from getting too toasty while adventuring on warmer days, the pants feature a ventilated, gusseted crotch, and the UPF rating keeps your legs protected from the strong sun. So, stuff your passport and a snack into one of the secure pockets and head out of the door to catch a plane to some far-off land. Don't panic when you get there and realize you've forgotten your belt, though, because the low-profile adjustable waist will keep your pants up while you sample the local sights.

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