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You don't have to blow your life savings to get a serious pair of snowboard pants. The Sessions Achilles Pant stands up to all but the most brutal of mid-January storms with 10K waterproofing and taped critical seams.

  • 10K waterproofing holds off light storms
  • RECCO avalanche safety reflector for added protection
  • Critical seams taped eliminate waterproof weak spots
  • Fixed boot gaiters seal out snow
  • Audio ports in hand pockets allow you to route headphone cords up through your pants
  • Pass pocket for convenience in lift line
  • Vents allow you to dump heat quickly
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Decent pant

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Material isn't bomb proof. These are great for warmer days since they are not insulated. They are water proof, but when it's 5 degrees with blower winds they get a little chilly. The adjustable waist is nice. For the price, these are a no brainer. 6' 200lbs and the XL are a true fit.

Comfy but dont hold up

    These pants definitely feel and perform great but the threading on most seams has started to shed. Its in many places across the pants and rather upsetting as i have only had them for a month. The lower cuff near the back of the heal is also shredding due to walking on harder surfaces etc... nice pants but absolutely cannot hold up.

    Comfortable and adequate

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I owned these pants for several years before the seams on the cuffs finally blew apart and compromised the pants. While I had them:

    The Good:

    Durable: 4 seasons of 40-60 days

    Comfortable: baggy if needed, but not in the way

    Colorful: I had bright green!

    Had these neat things that pulled the cuffs out of the mud for walking around with regular shoes on instead of ski boots.

    The big vents did help to dump heat on spring days.

    The bad:

    Not very waterproof: your bum will get wet if you sit in snow on the lift

    Not breathable: insulated

    Not ideal for anything outside of lift serve skiing: would not recommend for backcountry

    Since I replaced these with the Trew Eagle pants, I will now say that these pants were good at the job they were intended for, but not much else.This isn't a technical pant at all. In addition, Recco isn't really a tool for avalanche safety, so it's not really a useful feature.

    Comfortable and adequate