About prAna Bronson Pants - Stretch Cotton (For Men)
Closeouts. Made with comfy, abrasion-resistant cotton canvas, prAna's Bronson pants are made for getting down and dirty, scrambling around on the trail or some spontaneous bouldering.
prAna Mens Size Chart
|Chest||33 - 34||35 - 37||38 - 40||38 - 40||41 - 43||41 - 43||44 - 46||47 - 49|
Note: Measurements are body measurements, not dimensions of the garment.
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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mountain Bike Mom from Massachusetts on Wednesday, April 15, 2015These were a gift but the recipient just loves them, loves the color and finds them to be very versatile. Pants with lycra make so much sense for active young men! These do run perhaps a tad bit small - the same size in the Axiom jeans is looser in the waist. He is a 28 waist so it is quite novel for pants to actually not need a belt. I highly recommend Prana pants!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by climber, hiker, camper, dirtbag, loafer from ca mountains. on Sunday, February 8, 2015these pants are awesome. very nice feel to the organic cotton makes them nice to chill in but are also durable and free moving so they climb really well. I have a 33 inch waist, I wear 30W levis without a belt and these are a little big at 30W, next time I would get 29W. they are proper at first but they loosen up a bit.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Down South from Atlanta on Monday, May 12, 2014True to size. They have just enough stretch. They do fit a slimmer build best.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Random consumer from Catskill Mtns, NY on Saturday, April 5, 2014These fit true to size (a bit snug, but that's the design). Very comfortable. Fewer belt loops than I'm used to, but the pants have low rise and are meant to be worn low on the hip with minimal support from belt. Have to take off one star, because the fabric is thin for canvas and I don't expect great longevity (but that's the only minus).
Reviewed by Mirabela Sunshine from Vermont on Sunday, January 5, 2014These are awesome. They look put-together enough to wear to work, but they're laid-back enough for weekends, camping, etc. I love the stretch, not restrictive of movement at all. You could probably rock climb in them if you wanted to. I pretty much lived in them all summer long as we traveled and camped from the Olympics down to Santa Cruz.