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Titan Pants

Average Rating = 3.71/5 Average Rating : 3.71 out of 5
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Manufacturer: Prana

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These versatile pants are made from a comfortable blend of natural and synthetic fibers providing excellent durability and wrinkle-resistance. Loose-cut design with a large gusset panel in the crotch ensures wide-ranging freedom of movement Elastic back waistband, VelcroŽ fly and webbing belt with side-release buckle combine for a secure, comfortable fit Unique roll-up system lets you shorten the pant legs Mesh-lined hand pockets enhance breathability; dual-entry cargo pockets offer easy access while standing or sitting Rear pocket

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poo 1 out of 5 stars

Review by: cragb, 2007-02-06

I'll go ahead and say Prana pants are about as durable as a wet napkin....'nuff said.

Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: scotia, 2005-07-30

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Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: nmoroder, 2004-12-12

Not bad, the fabric is nice and light, they allow you to move VERY well. Not as durable as I hoped...

Review 3 out of 5 stars

Review by: omenbringer, 2004-09-01

Prana puts out some of my favorite pants, and the titan are just another of my favorites. The fabric feels great against the skin yet is still plenty durable and fairly wind resistant. Right out of the store these pants were super comfy, feeling as if I had had them for years. Also the ability to secure the cuff when you roll the legs up was a nice feature. With all this though I could only give these pants a modest performer rating and here is why; first, as has been said, the belt and velcro fly (common to almost all there pants) are a source of constant annoyance with minor modification (the addition of a button and smaller profile buckle) this problem is mitigated somewhat. Second, the cost of these can be prohibitive and in truth if I couldn't go to their factory clearance sales I probably wouldn't have bought any.

Review 3 out of 5 stars

Review by: superxris, 2004-08-20

These are good pants - comfortable, light-weight, good-looking and durable.

but... in my opinion they're much too expensive for what they are (upwards of $50 w/ most of your money going towards that Prana logo) and they get soaked VERY quickly when it rains.

Go to any athletic store and you can pick yourself up an equivalent pant for $30 less - unless of course fashion is your climbing motivation.

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