|Material:||DWR Treated Nylon|
|Venting:||Yes, Inseam Venting|
|Pockets:||Dual cargo pockets, Lined hand warmer pockets, Butt pockets, Garbage pocket|
|Jacket - Pants Connections:||No|
|Recommended Use:||Skiing, Snowboarding|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Sessions Tracker Snowboard Pants - Womens
For those who are adventurous, the Sessions Tracker Snowboard Pants are a great pick. To add in some style they have a baggy fit and dual cargo pockets. The knees and seat are lined with ThermaGrid Fleece, and there are hand warmer pockets to keep your hands out of the cold. If your sense of adventure leads you past the slopes, then feel a safer in these pants because they have interior RECCO that offers avalanche detection, not that you need it, but it helps to be prepared. The tracker snowboard pants from Sessions will keep your body and your bottom covered in the snow.
- 10,000mm Waterproof
- 8,000g Breathability
- Baggy Fit
- ThermaGrid Fleece Seat and Knees
- Mesh and Taffeta Lined
- Velcro Cargo Pockets
- Garbage Pocket
- Cuff Elevator
- Strategically Taped Seams
- Suspension Gaiters with Velcro Boot Hook
- Double Zip Mesh Lined Inner Leg Venting
- Cuff Elevator
- Micro Adjustable Waistband Adjustment
- Articulated Cuff
- Interior Recco
- Tricot Lined Waistband and Fly
- Ghetto Snaps
- Stitched Audio Port
These are great for shorties because of the shorter leg lengths. The pants are equipped with Recco avalanche rescue reflectors. The pants have a 4 warmth rating, these are more like a shell with fleece lining so you might need thermals on colder days. My favourite feature are the pull tabs on each side which raises the hem, so no dragging on dirty car park snow and ruined hems.
they are a good quality pant. keeps beginners bums dry too. ;)
the cargo pockets on the side are good, and there are zips and buttons on the rear pockets. the inside seam is zipped too so you can air out your junk.
there is also a pocket on the left leg down near the boot. i dont know what for?
they are more of a shell than snowboard pants, you would probably need to wear some thermals or something underneath on colder days. i've only worn them on sunny days so far