prAna Voyager Pant

Retailers' Descriptions

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Prana's Voyager Pant is the most wanted pant for anything and everything. You can move freely from subway to slot canyon, with cotton/synthetic fabric that doesn't look nylon-y, and comfortable 5 pocket construction, mesh-lined to avoid bulk.


Voyager Pants from prAna are built rugged for all your multi-sport pursuits. Great for hiking, bouldering, big walls or canoing, you'll appreciate the durable fabric and athletic cut. Classic flat-front styling even passes in the office while you're planning the next adventure.

- Mountain Gear

CLOSEOUTS . A great basic pair of pants for everyday wear, prAna's Voyager pants are a crisp, comfortable blend with a hint of stretch to accommodate any adventures along the way. Gusseted crotch for full range of motion Interior coin pocket Five-pocket design Inseam: 35" (based on size 36) Fabric: 50% cotton, 47% nylon, 3% spandex Care: Machine wash/dry Made in China Visit our Pant Fit Guide Available Colors: STONE, CYPRESS.

- Sierra Trading Post

Description of Prana Voyager PantThese Prana Voyager Stretch pants find themselves in a number of situations on any given day. Thats the true sign of versatility. Theyre pants that do everything for men who do everything. Features5-pocket designDurable, travel friendly fabrication2-Way stretch for ease of movementInseam gussetMesh pocketing33 83.8cm waist 33.5 85cm inseam50 Cotton 47 Nylon 3 Spandex

- US Outdoor Store

Set out on a worldwide adventure with the travel-friendly prAna Voyager pants. Cotton/nylon/spandex blend stands up to the rigors of travel while resisting wrinkles; spandex provides 2-way stretch for ease of movement. Inseam gusset facilitates freedom of movement for increased comfort. Standard 5-pocket design stows essentials; mesh pocketing promotes airflow.


prAna Voyager Pant


The Voyager Pant has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$32.48 - $65.00

The prAna Voyager Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 5, 2013 at

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