Prana Tucker Pant - Men's

Prana Tucker Pant - Men's
Prana Tucker Pant - Men's
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Tucker Pant - Men's by Prana
The Prana Men's Tucker Pant is an easy-going pant made out of an environmentally-friendly blend of organic cotton and a bit of spandex for stretch. It has an internal drawstring to secure the fit with or without a belt, and there's a zippered pocket hidden away for extra security.

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