Hide your heels and give ‘em hell.
Hide your weakness in the Sessions Men’s Achilles Pant and attack the terrain park with a vengeance. Sessions gave the Achilles Pant Thermagrid fleece insulation to keep you toasty on the chairs and a water-resistant, critically taped shell to prevent moisture from soakin’ your drawers. A baggy fit brings your style to the mountain, and the articulated seat and knees give you extra protection where you need it most. When you hike the pipe open the continuous inner-leg vents to dump excess heat and stash your essentials in the cargo and tool pockets.
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can you get these sessions achilles pants...
can you get these sessions achilles pants in green like there shown cuz that would be sick
Nope, the green is last season's pant so we're not getting any more in stock. We do have a bunch more green pants coming in for this season though, check back around Sept 1 for BANGER green pants.
Great pants w/ great details
I bought these pants looking for a pair of spring boarding pants. With a base layer they are way warmer than I thought they'd be. The 5000/8000 waterproofing/Breathability isn't goretex but does a surprisingly great job of keeping me warm and dry during on Washington's heavy wet snow days. The large had the baggy fit (not too baggy) and length I was looking for for my (5'11'' tall, 33" waist) frame. Overall, I'd recommend these pants to anyone.
Awesome pants, awesome price!!
This is a solid pant for the price. I just got through rockin them today and I stayed warm and dry till the last run. I love the seasons holder on the left pocket flap!! Where do you tie off the pull tabs that hike up you pant bottoms?? If I knew where to tie them suckers up at I'd drop a 5 star rating on them there snowmoboard pants!!!! Chet.
Just beware.. they run BIG! I had to return the large for a medium. Nice and warm on the cold days, and not to hot on the warm ones.
Write your question here...I read in another...
Write your question here...I read in another post that Sessions pants run long, but it doesn't look that way on the sizing chart....would these work for a 34" inseam? I am 6'4" with a medium waist. maybe I should just go with a brand that offers long pants? thanks!
These pants seem to work fine for me, however I wear them really baggy. I am 6'2" and wear a XL just so they fit larger and longer. I would highly recommend them. Just get either a size L or XL
Beware of the color
Great pants, beware of color...the krypto green is much brighter than the online picture shows...almost neon in color. As far as the pants go they feel and fit as described. Not too shabby
Better than expected.
These pants are super comfortable and lighter, I had originally bought these for the spring time but they are warm enough for the colder powder days with proper layering. It has been a good purchase for this winter I would recommend them to anyone.
my first SB pants
These are my first board pants, so I have nothing to compare them to.
I'm impressed by the quality and construction. I've ridden in them about 30 days and they're holding up well. I love the way they look and fit - the styling is phat...the absolute definition of "cargo".
Gaiters work perfectly even in deeep powder days.
On the con side: These are the lower end Sessions and only have a 5k water repellent rating...o.k. on usual sunny west coast days, but not that great on wetter, snowing days. 8k breathability can get chilly on stormy days, too.
These don't have the loop seen on other brands that attaches to back of your jacket, but I guess you could just sew your own in. They do, however, have crotch venting, which is totally welcome in spring.
Definitely a good choice for a beginner snowboard pant and/or a spring session pant. I 'm going to move up to the 10k series and keep these as a backup (BTW I have a 34 waist and wear a medium in these pants).
What is the waterproof of this pants?...
What is the waterproof of this pants? Thanks for advance
5000 mm (which is really closer to water resistant)
I have a 36" waste would I wear large or...
I have a 36" waste would I wear large or Xlarge????
I'd look at the inseam as well. If you need a bit longer you could size up but these pants generally run a bit roomy so you should be good to go in a large.....in a normal situation.Hope that helps.
Is the fleece in these pants bulky? I do...
Is the fleece in these pants bulky? I do alot of hiking backcountry and dont like heavy pants....
I am pretty sure that they just insulate the butt and knee area for chairlift rides. That's what the description of other pants say on the sessions website, I think sessions.com.