Mount Sneffels is a beast. The prAna Halle Straight-leg pant rivals this title. Mount Sneffels is a 14er in the San Juan mountain range that features a steep incline, some loose rock and a view of snow-capped peaks grazing Ouray county. The Halle pant is a water-resistant, sleek, cross-functional women’s piece.
I’m 5 feet 3 inches and wore a 30-inch inseam, size 4.
The two couldn’t have been better matches for each other.
I was hiking Sneffels with the “Adventure to Connection” retreat and needed a hiking companion that could tackle the unpredictable weather in a long, adventurous day. Exposed to rocky terrain, snow, rain, you name it — the prAna Halle pant took it all.
The Halle has a roll-up leg feature that was appreciated during the cold interactions with snow and while climbing in sunny exposure. It has a relaxed fit, mid-rise and is quick-drying. It comes in three lengths, nine sizes and seven colors.
PrAna is devoted to making sustainable clothing and raising the standard in the fashion and apparel industry by reducing their environmental footprint. Given that the Halle pant is meant for epic adventure in the outdoors, this mission is important.
Price starts at $89.
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Photos by Lexi Reich and prAna.