The Prana Stretch Zion Pant lets you greet your adventure head on. Because from the road to the crag to post-climbing beers, Prana’s best selling men’s Stretch Zion Pant helps you flow through the day with ease.
It’s named after our best selling performance fabric, which means it’s as strong and comfortable as can be. We’re talking PFC-free durable water repellent finish, wrinkle resistance (so it’s great for travel), UPF 50+, and abrasion resistance.
And believe it or not, that’s just from the fabric alone. We also added plenty of design details like a dual-entry cargo pocket, a streamlined adjustable waistband for ultimate comfort, roll-up leg snaps for when the temperature turns, and of course, a classic standard fit that never goes out of style.
The original Stretch ‘Zion’ performance woven
Ventilated inseam gusset
Streamlined adjustable waistband
Roll up with snaps to shorten length
PFC-free DWR (durable water repellent)
Fabric details 97% Nylon / 3% Spandex
30″ ON ALL WAIST SIZES
32″ ON ALL WAIST SIZES
34″ ON ALL WAIST SIZES
Waist: Measure where you like your pants to sit at your waist. Subtract 2″ from this measurement to determine your numeric size.
Inseam: Grab your favorite pair of jean/pants. Measure the inseam starting at the crotch seam to the bottom of the pant leg (round to the nearest 1/2 inch).
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.