Why do fans love the Prana Halle Straight Pant? Well, it doesn’t just have that classic straight-leg style, it’s also built for every kind of outdoor adventure. Give them a try, and see how our legendary Stretch Zion performance fabric keeps you going strong through hiking, biking, and everything in between.
Let’s take a closer look at that fabric. It’s built to brave the elements, with quick-drying properties, wrinkle resistance, UPF 50+ sun safety, and unmatched durability—which makes it a great option for your travels too.
To top it off, we added articulated knees with snaps, allowing you to wear it full length as trousers, or roll them up into a capri length when the weather heats up or you’re crossing a body of water. And with a mid-rise cut and relaxed fit, don’t be surprised if the Halle Straight becomes your new fave.
The original Stretch ‘Zion’ performance woven
Trouser styling with button front
Welt stash pocket at upper right leg
Offered in 3 lengths: short 28″ (71.1 cm), regular 30″ (76.2 cm), tall 34″ (86.3 cm)
PFC-free DWR (durable water repellent)
Fabric details 97% Nylon / 3% Spandex
Women’s Tops Size Chart
Bust/Chest: Place the tape measure under your arms and across the fullest part of your bust then where bra band closure generally lands on your body.
Natural Waist: This is your natural waist.
Hips: Standing with your feet together, measure around the fullest part of your hip.
Clothing for Positive Change
Inclusivity | Social Responsibility | Always Improving
prAna creates high-quality sustainable clothing for men and women. Established in California in 1992, prAna clothing and accessories are now available through our website, flagship stores, and retail partners.
We believe that together, we can outfit our adventures with respect for the planet and its people; We can inspire new generations to thrive and stay active in their own unique way; We can create Clothing for Positive Change.
We believe positive change comes from progress, not the pursuit of perfection. From the farm to the factory to our closets, we all have an opportunity to create positive change through clothing. Start asking questions about your clothes in the same way you ask about the food you eat, and you can help fundamentally change the way clothing is made.