"Comfortable pants, but wore quickly..."
- Name: 2010 Sessions Bozung
- Pros: Comfortable, Warm, Adequately waterproof
- Cons: Ripped easily, Dye comes off, Fades quickly
- Pant Fit: Just right
- My Size: M
- Fits Like: M
- Description: Slightly baggy fit.
(Note: Best matched with just indicates what I usually wear this with - my Citron colored Sessions Primo jacket)
These are fantastic pants in terms of sheer functionality. They kept me perfectly dry all season (even when sitting on the slopes), and never required me to wear a thermal layer underneath, even on the coldest of days. The biggest problem, though, was the build quality - I probably won't wear these pants for another season. I ripped them coming off of a chair lift, and while most pants would probably stop the rip and just make a little hole, these pants made a pretty sizeable square shaped hole. Due to my lack of sewing skills, I glued it back together, but this was sad. Though you may be thinking this is just a commentary on my recklessness, there were also a ton of holes by the end of the season where the pants meet my bindings. Even more sadly, the dye rubbed off a tiny bit onto my jacket, giving it a slightly dark yellow hue at the waist. And finally, the backside of the pants are extremely faded at this point. So to sum it up, functionality good, build quality bad, especially whatever they used to dye the pants...