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Sessions Gridlock Snowboard Pants

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Material: DWR Treated Nylon
  • Non Insulated
Fabric Waterproof:
  • 10,000mm
Fabric Breathability:
  • 8,000g
  • Relaxed
  • Yes
  • Inseam Venting
Seams Taped: Fully
Pockets: Dual cargo pockets, Lined hand warmer pockets, Butt pockets
Jacket - Pants Connections: Yes
Gaiters: Yes
Recco Reflector: No
Recommended Use:
  • Skiing
  • Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Sessions Gridlock Snowboard Pants

You might work up a sweat doing your tricks, but Sessions Gridlock Snowboard Pants with 8,000gm breathability makes sure that you can let off all the steam you need while keeping you looking your best. Add in 10,000gm waterproofing and ThermaGrid Fleece lined knees and seat and the Gridlock pants keeps you dry no matter how tricky things might get. You will be sure to put your best leg forward in these Gridlock pants in the DWR treated nylon material whether it is in the lodge, on the lift or headed down the slope.

Key Features of the Sessions Gridlock Snowboard Pants:
  • 10,000mm Waterproofing
  • 8,000gm Breathability
  • Loose Fit
  • ThermaGrid Fleece Seat and Knees
  • Mesh Lined
  • Velcro Cargo Pockets
  • Fully Taped Seams


Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "Dry Pants"

    Pros: Dry, Leg vents, Style Cons: Had a couple buttons fall off,

    These pants are nice warm and dry. On the warmer days the leg vents and placement a really nice. Order these pants online got my normal size a medium but had to return them to get a size up.

  • "Dry Pants"

    Pros: Dry, Leg vents, Style Cons: Had a couple buttons fall off,

    These pants are nice warm and dry. On the warmer days the leg vents and placement are really nice. Order these pants online got my normal size a medium but had to return them to get a size up.

  • "Good Pant"

    , Peregian Springs, QLD
    Pros: Adjustable waist, Lots of pockets, Cons:

    A decent Pant that keeps me warm and ready to ride

  • "Good Pant"

    , Peregian Springs, QLD
    Pros: Adjustable waist, Lots of pockets, Cons:

    A decent pair of pants that keep me warm and ready to ride.

  • "Awesome pants, lots of features"

    , Concord West, NSW
    Pros: Lots of features, Comfortable, Looks great Cons:

    I got the turf scratch green and it looks wicked. There are more features then you can poke a stick at. Adjustable waist line, strings that can be pulled to make the pants shorter, audio pocket, air vents for your crouch. Highly recommended.

  • "Great design, Warm and Dry"

    , Melbourne, Vic
    Pros: Light and comfy, Keeps you warm, Cons:

    Tried this on last week on a 'warm' day. Keeps me warm and dry. It is light in weight unlike other pants which are heavier and bulky.

  • "Scratch is where it's at!"

    Pros: Blue scratch looks sharp, Good construction, Cons: None so far,

    I bought these for my 14 y.o. son, who says they're sick. Mom and I both think they look good too, so everyone's happy. The pants are well made and kept him warm, though April conditions didn't test that much.

  • "Great value Pants!"

    , Blaxland, NSW
    Pros: Comfy fit, Great value, Cons:

    Great pants for the mild Australian weather. Weren't too hot or too cold in temperatures of -2 to 7 degree celcius but I haven't yet tested them in colder weather. I got bright green, they were great for standing out and friends can spot you from a distance. Awsome pants, great value

  • "New Session"

    Pros: Comfortable, Baggy but not huge, Perfect length Cons:

    I love these pants. I usually tote my columbia gear but being new to session stuff I was skeptical at first but after wearing them on the mountain I knew I had made a good purchase. These fit just right and they are good, especially with a nice bottom layer. The only issue with these in white is...they look awesome but if you get them dirty they stay that way. Other than that, awesome pants. Definitely worth the money, and I like many others love to buy on a budget.

  • "Woah, where's my sunnies at?"

    Pros: Warm, Bright!, Comfortable Cons: Leg-Pull Straps,

    Firt impression when getting these out of the box was me shielding my eyes. The green/yellow scratch it very bright! :D In terms of fit I have a 33inch waist and these fit great. Room to lose or put on weight. Some pretty decent pockets and ventilation, although one ventilation pocket seems to scratch my leg while the other doesn't. Apart from that they are very comfy, with slightly more padding in the bum area. The only thing I find, which isn't really a problem as I don't use them,is the straps to pull your legs up to get at your boots. The legs don't fall back down andyou have to tug it back into place.

  • "2010 Gridlock"

    Pros: The usual bells and whistles, scratch design , Cons:

    These pants fit me perfectly. I'm 5'11 and weight 180lbs. I have an athletic build both upper and lower body from martial arts. I'm not worried about ripping these pants. They stretch and flow fast enough so they don't catch. You will be able to pull off your moves with maximum style/angle in maximum comfort. You can adjust the waist so feel free to gain or lose a little over the holidays. You already know what the features are. The material around the waist is very comfortable on the skin. The pants feel sturdy and have a slight weight to them. A solid choice for the mountain.

  • "Nice pants"

    , Natrona Heights, PA
    Pros: Bright colors, Good Tech Rating, Cons:

    Sessions makes some good stuff, and these pants are no exception. I have 2010 Gridlocks and a pair from a few years ago. Not much has changed and for good reason... if it isn't broke... don't fix it. Plenty of pockets, clips and vents, great colors, and a good waterproof rating make these a solid choice for the hill.

  • "Nice Pants"

    , Temple City, CA
    Pros: Cuff elevator FTW!!!, Awesome Colors, Comfortable Cons: Pockets a bit small, Things inside pockets get damp,

    I was previously using a pair of 686 Smarty Cargos but the heel on my back foot ripped (skating around would cause the heel to get ripped up by the snowboard). The cuff elevator on the Sessions gridlock pants help reduce this problem greatly, and they also help when walkin around dirty slush. My only issues on these pants are with the pockets. The pocket are pretty small compared to the 686 pants. And also I don't know if the pockets are waterproof or not. It seems like everything I put in the pockets get a bit damp on powder days, and I'm not sure how much they can withstand

  • "Great first pair of pants"

    Pros: Fleece on areas that are in contact with snow, Good waterproofing, Great pockets Cons: Pockets have started to give out,

    These pants are great for snowboarding. With the fleece on the arse and knees they help keep your bits warm when having a rest. I never got wet in these and do a lot of boarding in spring when everyhting is nice and slushy. Was very happy with the pockets on these, Nice and big with space for everything. I didn't really see the point of the cuff lifters on these as mine never got under my boots (my mates had more fun with them than me by yanking on them as I was strolling along) but it may be of use to some people. And I have had a little trouble with the two hand pockets with the guts of them giving way and opening up into the inner of the legs. Lost a phone down there one day which grated me for a few hours before I found around my binding. Got mum to reinforce the stitching and theyre good now

  • "Great pants"

    , Brampton, ON
    Pros: looks great, draw strings for cuffs, vents, plenty of pockets, Cons: none,

    I took these pants out in spring conditions that got pretty wet. the 10k waterproofing worked pretty well at first but I slid down on my butt for 20-30s on ice/hard pack before I could stop myself (it was icy in the morning and it was steep) and after that I think I ruined the waterproofing. It was still decent but the butt got wet kinda fast after that. The pants look great and the draw strings for the cuffs are good when you are walking. Enough pockets for all your stuff.

  • "Excellent!!"

    Pros: Color, Features, Cons: Button pockets,

    So this just arrived in the mail and man I can't wait to test it on the slopes. Here's my overall impression. Amazing green color for the turf green. Bright and will definitely stick out. I wear size 32x30 for jeans, and instead of buying S like my last pair, I decided to buy M. Fits more baggy and just right with the built in belt strap - just how I wanted. These pants are listed as a 4 out of 10 on the warmth scale. It does come extra padded for the but area, so it will help when you sit down on snow. It feels thick and really like high quality stuff. On the left cargo pocket, there's a place to place your season pass, so you just need to flip the flap up. There are also two small straps that can hang down - I'm guessing to attach specific Sessions gloves. It also has a cool small pocket close to the bottom of the left leg - which you could probably keep your keys there safely. The only con I can think of is that the cargo pockets are buttoned instead of zipped, but stuff will still not fall out. Overall, amazing product for the price!

  • "Comfy, a little slimmer than most"

    , fort mill, SC
    Pros: soft, warm, Cons: could be a little short for some,

    These pants are very comfortable, nice soft liner all the way down the leg. The pull tabs for lifting the ankles up when youre walking around are nice so your pants dont get ratty, although it wasnt really an issue for me because they seem to be cut a little shorter than my other pants. Im a toss up between small and xsmall depending on the brand and small was the best fit in these for me.

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Exact color and price wanted, and looks like perfect insulation and waterproof needed.
Wayne B on Dec 29, 2013
Wanted to be a little more flashy on the slopes this season.
Sean R on Nov 4, 2013