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Sessions Star Snow Pants - Girls

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Material: DWR Treated Nylon
  • Insulated
  • 80g Polyfill Insulated
Fabric Waterproof:
  • 3,000mm
Fabric Breathability:
  • 5,000g
  • Regular
  • Seems to Grow - pants extend 1.5in in length
  • No
Seams Taped: Critically
Pockets: Classic 5 pocket jean style
Jacket - Pants Connections: No
Gaiters: Yes
Recco Reflector: Yes
Recommended Use:
  • Skiing
  • Cold Weather
  • Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Sessions Star Snow Pants - Girls

Get some funky style with Sessions Star Snowboard Pants which are made to be comfortable, perform well, but most of all, look fantastic and make you look and feel like a boss. In a variety of different colors, that all look great, you'll be able to mix and match these pants with almost any outfit. And their comfortable and spacious fit makes these easy to wear and warm, while their durable material and design makes these last a long time and protect you from the elements!

Key Features of the Sessions Star Snowboard Pants:
  • 80g Polyfill Insulated
  • ThermaGrid Fleece Seat and Knees
  • Mesh and Taffeta Lined
  • Seams to Grow
  • Recco
  • Strategically Taped Seams


Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "pretty good"

    , brunswick, Vic
    Pros: cute design not too baggy, Cons: little bit to short,

    I'm 5'3 and a size 8. I usually buy kids snow pants size large seeing as I have short legs, womens pants are way to long. These have a thread you can cut to make them 1.5 inches longer but didn't really make a difference, wish I had gotten the XL instead.

  • "pretty good"

    , brunswick, Vic
    Pros: cute design not too baggy, Cons: little bit to short,

    im 53 and a size 8. i usually buy kids snow pants size large seeing as i have short legs womens pants are way to long. these have a thread you can cut to make them 1.5 inches longer but didnt really make a difference, wish i had gotten the XL instead

  • "Excellent fit, good insulation"

    Pros: Color, Length, Insulation Cons:

    Got these for my sister to play in the snow with. She is petite, like 5'3 size 0 jeans. Debated between the L and XL but went with XL. The length is perfect, the leg movement is great, but the waist is too big - with a tug and wiggle they would come off her hips, but I think a belt would do the trick... Not sure if the L would make things tight everywhere. There is extra length available in the pant legs, you just snip out the thread holding extra fabric, which is pretty neat. Just got these today and it is summer so can't comment on performance/features in snow/temp yet, but they seem insulated enough for romping around in a snowball fight in 30 deg F with some underlayers.

  • "Not just for kids, great for petite women too!"

    , North Ryde, NSW
    Pros: cute decorative touches, Recco avalanche reflector, extendable pant length Cons: none ,

    I normally would wear womens XS but because I'm a shortie (5ft) they're always too long. These were the perfect length! And cheaper too. These pants have cute colourful stitching and diamante detailing on what would otherwise be boring plain black pants. Plenty of pockets to stash things in too! Fits really well, not baggy yet not so tight that you can't move freely. Wish there were more colours!

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I'm short and women's snowboard pants are too long for me.
susan p on Mar 10, 2014
Sandra N on Jan 2, 2014
Looking for quality snow pants for my daughter.
J M on Feb 13, 2014
Looking for a good value on snow pants for a preteen. It needed to look a little pretty but not too girly.
Julie R on Dec 8, 2013
Hi, growth stitch does that lengthen both the outer and inner fabric?
mopro on Dec 9, 2013
Best Answer: Don't know, I purchased as a Xmas present for my grand daughter. I'll give them to her this weekend.
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