As the temperature dips we reach for running pants with the right balance of weight, stretch and warmth. A pant that feels effortless on both the warm-up and the long run. Crafted from our Italian-made Veloce fabric, the Session Pants are lightweight, ultra-soft and breathable, and they dry quickly on the cool down.
86% Nylon, 14% Elastane Veloce Blend Body
Bravio Blend Calf Panels
86% Nylon, 14% Elastane
Machine Wash Cold
Do Not Dry Clean
Runners face wild swings in temperature and train through a variety of paces. Yet running pants haven’t evolved to meet these challenges. They’re either the right weight, but don’t stretch and tend to cling as you sweat, or they’re made of a heavier knit that stretches but overheats even in mild temperatures. The Session Pants, cut from a unique stretch-knit fabric with mesh calf panels, are engineered for all conditions: they insulate, breathe, and dry quickly, all while stretching to match your stride.
To build a pant that feels effortless on both the warm-up and the long run, we started with our Veloce fabric – a stretch knit made in Northern Italy by the masters of luxury performance textiles. It’s an 86% Nylon, 14% Elastane blend that's lightweight and durable, soft and stretchy and performs under intense activity – ideal for long runs that start cold and end warm, or warm-ups that start slow and end fast.
In And Out
Every runner knows that attention to detail can make all the difference in a workout or on race day. Our Session Pants feature a zippered back pocket, plus ankle zips to make getting in and out of the pants even easier.
The calves feature our Bravio mesh – the same ultra-light and moisture-wicking blend used in our Twilight pieces, in order to improve temperature regulation and prevent the pants from clinging as you sweat.
Made For Camp
Kinjal and Jeanne both came to camp in the midst of their fall marathon build-ups, with lofty goals set for Philly and Chicago, respectively. The Session Pants proved their worth on the warm-up before a 3 x 2-mile workout on hilly Vermont roads and were dry and ready again for an easy shakeout later that day.