Sessions MFG Releases First Outerwear Line Since 2012

sessionspr2016linePortland, OR – 9/13/16 – goes live today debuting the first full line of outerwear available to the public since 2012. The brand relaunched in December of 2015 with interactive digital campaigns, a new team, and a series of vintage content releases including the globally acclaimed 1999 film Viva Sessions. All found on, the website is a cache of snowboard history as well as commitment to the industry’s future. Accompanying the online creative arsenal is the new 2016/2017 outerwear and complete international dealer list. Joel Gomez, Sessions MFG founder, says the new line is “contemporary, relevant and outright rad. We have always existed to innovate outerwear that mirrors the needs of the current customer while presenting technologies and evolutions that create new standards of excellence – this line does this.”

 “Sessions MFG is a heritage brand that revolutionized the attitude and style of the outerwear industry. It is our goal to continue that legacy, never forsaking performance, durability and customer satisfaction.” – Dave Kozak, Sessions MFG Global Sales Director.

Sessions MFG commenced in 1983, as the first snowboard shop in North America, and began manufacturing outerwear in 1987. From endorsing beloved skateboard and snowboard athletes to managing an impactful music label featuring hall of fame punk rock artists, the brand never ceased to evolve counter culture lifestyle. Despite a powerful pedigree the brand relaunched with the new tagline – Always Have Always Will – to prove their commitment to the current marketplace. Sessions MFG is alive and well, and…open for business. Preview the new 2016/2017 line or find a retailer nearest you on, and follow them on Facebook/Instagram at @sessionsmfg for the latest news, team updates and imagery of just, simply stated, snowboard rock & roll.

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    • bloodmeridian
      bloodmeridian says:

      Agreed…for introducing Gore-Tex to snowboarding perhaps 20 years ago, it’s disappointing that the new line is probably less weatherproof than what Jamie Lynn wore back in the day . . .

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