The bike frame on this bike has acheived the highest EFBe rating
on the MTB Hardtail Tri Test. This means the frame has passed a
comprehensive evaluation of the frames durability. The frame
withstood five fatigue tests with 100,000 cycles each. These
correspond to the loading cases present in standard bike operation:
Stay warm and look good doing it this season with the Sessions Replay Snowboard Jacket for men! With a biaxial hood and fully taped seams to make sure you stay dry on the hill and a baggy fit for maximum comfort, the Replay has you covered on all fronts. Mesh lined pit zips will let the hot air out so you can cool down after a hard ride, and microfleece handwarmer pockets will come in handy if things get too cold up on the lift. All that, plus an internal media pocket that means you do not have to leave your beats back in the car. Ride in style with the Replay!
Key Features of The Sessions Replay Snowboard Jacket:
Coming from a DC pant/jacket combination, this jacket felt pretty much the same in terms of comfort and roominess. Only thing is it's a little long as it goes past my butt. And, therefore seems like it's narrow around the thighs. But, I was able to bend over, twist, lift my arms in the air, etc without stretching the jacket's limits or feeling restricted. So, it has enough extra room to move around in. I'm 5'9 160lbs. Now, moving onto the features not listed in the specs. Sessions has a 1-10 warmth rating. It's a 3, which means add your layers as needed. There is a loop snap on the inside middle of the jacket near the stormskirt, so it can be hooked to a belt loop on your pants. But there's only one. The inside is a breathable mesh material, so no fleece lining or a plain outer shell. It's a comfortable mix in between. Integrated whistle as the zipper handle, lycra hand cuffs to keep the snow out, and recco avalanche system. Overall, this jacket has all the features that you want and need at a price that fits your budget (at 50% off.
Great jacket for all conditions. Enough room to layer up when itï¿½ï¿½s cold. Breathable with good ventilation for spring conditions. Waterproof to keep you dry in snowy and rainy conditions or in waist deep pow. Style is just plain sick and your friends can see you from anywhere on the mountain in this coat.
Have a similar Sessions jacket a few seasons old, which impressed me. Decided to upgrade to the newer one, so I pretty much knew what I was getting myself into. Great looking jacket with all the extras you need
I got this jacket a few weeks ago and couldn't wait to get to the mountain and try it out, it didn't disappoint. Kept me warm, dry and comfortable the whole week. I'd recommend it to anyone. Being 186cm I had no trouble with the jacket being so long but I could understand with someone a little shorter as in a previous review
Looking at my jacket again, I noticed a lot of swagtastic things that I overlooked before. It has a whistle on the zipper, tons of pockets, and the recco thing for avalanche rescue. Great price as well
I got the kiwi and light blue one. My friend said it looked ugly. I just got it in though, and it looks amazing. The fit is just right, it's baggy, but it doesn't look huge. It seems to have a lot of features and definitely the best powder skirt I've seen or had on a jacket. It looks amazing with my dark blue grey pants. Can't wait to get it out on the slopes
Light jacket for the beginning and end of the season! It has enough quantity of pockets, but if you will try to find special pocket for lift ticket - you will be confused - this jacket has none. And the greatest points - COLOR!!! In this jacket you will be bright! Like me! ))
This jacket comes in great colors and is good for those warmer days but is not good for those cold days as it is only a shell. You could definitely still wear it in colder weather if you layer up. It also has great features just like all other sessions jackets.
Great jacket! I did not have any issues with waterproofing and was pleasantly surprised at how breathable the jacket is. Very comfortable and lightweight. I wore this jacket on a relatively colder day with a sweater and T-shirt under and felt great. I feel they could have easily included hand warmer pockets but none. Also, the velcro straps throughout the jacket tend to stick to a lot of things including the inner lining. Was a bit worried about how strong the inner pockets were but they did a great job protecting my phone and ipod
I love this jacket, looks so good. There is room for me to wear extra jumpers and stuff underneath if it's too cold, but it doesn't look like a parachute on me. Would be nice though if the hood was removable, but that's not really an issue. Also some pockets dont have zips but I just kept tissues in those so not a big problem
From the beefiness of this jacket, I thought it would be warmer then a rating of 3, which was disappointing because the layers I had to wear underneath in japan (-7C) became restricting. However when skiiing in NZ and Aus, it came into its element as the warmer weather removed the under layers. Really comfy and the jacket itself is not at all restricting
Great jacket with plenty of room for layering. Neat mesh lining with pockets inside and out to keep everything you need on the mountain. Handy lift pass clear view pocket on the central zip. Suitable pockets for mobiles or ipods. Handy wind protector around the waist to keep you warm and dry. Good looking jacket with a great price. Over in AUS prices for same jacket starts at $400.