- Prana Size Chart
- For a cross-functional, durable pant perfect for the trails or bouldering, look no further than the Halle.
- Relaxed fit drapes comfortably over the body and leaves room for unfettered movement.
- Wrinkle-resistant, lightweight, trouser-styled pant that packs up for easy traveling.
- Quick-dry fabrication boasts a DWR (durable water repellant) finish that sheds water but is not entirely waterproof.
- Stretch Zion fabric technology provides extra durability, and two-way stretch properties add a comfortable fit for all activities.
- Pant rolls up to the knee and fastens securely with a button and tab closure.
- Zipper fly and button closure.
- Four-pocket design.
- Hidden zip stash pocket at upper leg.
- 97% nylon, 3% spandex.
- Machine wash cold, tumble dry low.
- Waist Measurement: 30 in
- Outseam: 38 in
- Inseam: 30 in
- Front Rise: 8 in
- Back Rise: 12 in
- Leg Opening: 16 in
- Product measurements were taken using size 2, inseam 30. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
Customer Reviews Provided by Zappos
You should know that DWR means Scotchguard. This should be disclosed. I would rather not wear a product with nanoparticles that can be absorbed through your skin, into your bloodstream. Otherwise, they run very large.
- Anonymous - customer
- from CA
- July 2, 2013
I'm a 6-foot-tall lady who enjoys hiking and I have long struggled to find "adventure pants" that would work for me. I'm usually stuck hiking in leggings in the fall, winter and spring since most women's hiking pants make me look like I'm prepping for a flood. 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!
- Anonymous - customer
- from Washington, DC
- April 23, 2014
Similar to the reviewer from Houston, I am looking for pants that are lightweight and quick-dry for trip to Africa. I ordered Kuhl, Outdoor Research, Merrell and Prana. I am 5'6", 130 pounds, 37½ hips and typically wear size 6 pants. I am always looking for pants that hide (or at least do not accentuate) the large hips (saddlebags). Based on other reviewers' advice, I ordered in sizes 6 and 8 depending on the pants. I will paste this same review on each style I purchased as well as I found Houston's detailed review very helpful. Kuhl, Vala size 8: Best job overall of hiding saddlebags due to very relaxed fit, but this causes the pants to be a little less stylish looking. I accidentally ordered the short, which definitely was too short for me. As these might be comfortable for a long plane ride, I might reorder these in regular length. Kuhl Bandita I ordered in both 6 and 8 as I liked the styling best when I looked at them online. I still agree the styling of these is great, but I seem to be between sizes. The front on both sizes had lots of wrinkles across the front that I did not care for. The fabric is a bit noisy when you walk. The pocket details are really nice and the zip off leg detail is very nice & minimized unlike some of the other convertible pants that I have tried. Kuhl Kontra, size 8: This is one of those Kuhl Kurve pants for hippier women. The inner tie is nice to tighten the pant around the back where it typically gaps. Cute stitching detail on the pockets. Nice fabric. Good length. Only drawback is the excess wrinkles across the front. Outdoor Research Clearview Pant, Sz 6: Liked the fabric a lot. Feels more like canvas duck whereas all the others feel more like ripstop material. These gaped quite a bit at the back and where a little on the short side. They would probably be great for someone less hippy Prana Halle, Size 6 in Cargo Green: great color and very stylish. These would definitely be awesome on someone without hips. I may keep these anyway though because I really like the style. There is an inner tie to tighten up around the back gap. Good length, not too low of rise. Warning: these pants really stunk like chemicals when I first opened the bag, but the smell dissipates. Merrell Belay Pant, Size 8, Color oyster: I really disliked these pants - they should stick to shoes! The color was a medium cool grey. They were a bit short even though they are bigger size than I normally wear. I thought the angled side zippers would be more flattering, but they weren't. They looked like mom pants, gaped in back, and the zippers were clunky and bulky
- Anonymous - customer
- from cincinnati
- May 12, 2014
I just received these pants and am happy to report that they are super comfy and flattering. I purchased them for an upcoming trip to Alaska during which I will be doing a fair share of hiking. I wanted pants that would be comfortable and practical for hiking but would also look decent enough to wear out to dinner at night. Usually hiking/camping pants are so unflattering, but the Prana Halle pant is tailored like a pair of straight-leg jeans - fitted through the butt and thighs, a little looser around the knee and ankle. They fit down over my hiking boots perfectly, and I love that they roll up and buckle into capris as well. The fabric is nice and light (I can tell it will dry fast if it gets wet) but tough enough to stand up to brambles/brush/whatever the trail throws at you. They're stretchy enough to rock-climb in, too! Thank you, Prana for making a pair of hiking pants that make the butt look good! I'm 5'2" and 100 lbs and I bought the size 0 with the 30" inseam and they are the perfect length (I don't have to cuff them!) and fit.
- ToniaS - customer
- from Northern Wisconsin
- March 28, 2013
Only two stars overall because I'm a bit disappointed that two-month-old pants with light use (no heavy bushwhacking, simply walking the dogs) are falling apart. Both buttons have fallen off (and these don't fit tightly, the holes in the buttons are sharp-edged and sawed through the thread), and the seams at the insides of the legs are falling apart. Not because of wear, just weak stitching. Fit is great, comfort is great, fabric is great, love the just-right amount of stretch. Pants are go-to comfy. But lacking in construction quality. So to sum it up, they're a great pant if you don't mind pulling out the needle and thread regularly. But for nearly this cost should you have to?
- R R - customer
- from Washington State
- August 16, 2013