prAna Women's Regular Inseam Halle Pant
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- 97% Nylon, 3% Spandex
- Stretch Zion fabric
- Cross-functional pant
- Trouser styling with snap front
- Articulated knees
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|Rise||Mid Rise||Mid Rise||Mid Rise||Mid Rise|
|Fit||Relaxed Fit, Straight Leg||Fitted, Skinny Leg||Fitted, Skinny Leg||Relaxed Fit, Straight Leg|
|Features||Button Fly, Roll-up Leg, Hidden Zip Stash Pocket||5 Pocket Styling , UPF 50+||Cargo Pockets at Side, Seam Details at Knee||Zips off to Below Knee Knicker, Button Fly, Interior Waistband Drawcord|
Durable, moisture managing, water resistant, and reinforced at the knees, the versatile Halle Pant is prepared for mountain hikes, desert bouldering, and anything else you can throw at it. Your imagination will limit you before the Halle ever does.
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I'm not really picky: if you're going to sell a "TALL" or a "LONG," give me a 35" or 36" inseam and be mindful of the fact that women have hips (I'm lookin' at you, North Face with your hip-hating ways) and I will be a customer for life. I know tons of other ladies who would be, too.
These pants deliver on all of that: they're roomy in the hips (something you need when scaling hills and scrambling over rocks), they are long enough (but not so long that they get stepped on or drag in the mud), and they make your bum look really good. That's a tall order for technical fabric such as these are made of but they really do: someone at Prana has actually SEEN a bum before, apparently (looking at you again, North Face...maybe you should get out more and really *ahem* embrace what the female form looks like?).
If you're between sizes, I recommend sizing up as they have a drawstring.
Did I mention they convert into capris, too? So see? You *will* be set should things get flooded. Buy these and happy hiking, tall ladies!
In the blue, both sizes fit, the 8 snug and stretching over my curves, the 10 NOT too big: I couldn't decide, kept trying both on, came to decision I preferred the 10.
The khaki color fit in 10 but was too snug and underwear-line-showing in size 8.
As I was trying the 10 on, a button came off, definitely these need to be hand sewn on with stronger thread.
(I am 5'6", 150lb, much of that weight in my legs, 36A.) I typically wear "Large" or size 10 bottoms; I wear size 8 in Columbia Perfect Fit hiking pants.
So: I ordered size 10 in the Prana Halle pant, in green, and I love it! I will order the other colors in size 10 too. My butt looks really great in these! And I like its thicker material, though the Outdoor Research hiking pant material is lighter cooler for summer. I wore them today biking to yoga class, very comfy to bike in.
Though just got them, Prana Halle is my favorite of all these 3 hiking pants -- comparing Outdoor Research or Columbia just right.
1-yr update: I have now purchased this Halle pant in 4 colors (but not khaki), it is my favorite pant ever, I no longer wear any other kind. It is perfect for hiking, bike commuting, and looks like a nice slack, can even be dressed up with a nice top for going out. I am sorry I bought those other hiking pants!
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Style of pockets
Easy to convert to capris
Heavier fabric than a comparable pant in another brand