Bike Mag Reviews Rainbreaker Jacket, Cash Short

In case you’ve been living under a rock, Flylow—which got its start as a ski outerwear company—now makes mountain bike apparel and other clothes for the warmer months, too. Bike Magazine recently reviewed our mountain-bike-ready Cash Short and our Rainbreaker Jacket, which is the perfect lightweight, packable shell to toss in your pack while...

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Outside Summer Buyer’s Guide Features Flylow Wild Child Shirt

It’s not like Hawaiian shirts ever went out of style. Some people have been rocking these button-down, luau-ready classics for decades. But we had a feeling that if we made a tropical-printed shirt that looked like dad’s favorite Hawaiian shirt but was made from breathable, washed poplin fabric that people might be into. Apparently,...

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Introducing Good-Lab

We’ve been working with non-profits for years now—we work with causes like She Jumps, Protect Our Winters, the Conservation Alliance, Tahoe Backcountry Alliance, Winter Wildlands Alliance, and others. We donate about $50,000 worth of gear and money each year for raffles and giveaways for charitable organizations all over the country, from avalanche forecast centers...

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Meet Los Amigos

Los Amigos // Dos Hermanos from Los Amigos on Vimeo. Axel and I are a year and a half apart, and we’ve been ski buddies ever since I was two. We both currently study at the University of British Columbia and we’re taking our winter semester off and spending most of our time in...

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evo’s Ode to the Oven Mitt

Our friends over at evo—the ski, snowboard, mountain bike, surf, wake, and skate retailer based in Seattle, Washington, with stores in Seattle, Portland, and Denver—happen to love our Oven Mitt. But before we go patting ourselves on the back, a little about evo: This is the kind of store where when you walk in,...

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Four Tools and Tips I Use to Navigate the Backcountry

by Cindi Lou Grant [Editor’s note: Backcountry snowboarders Cindi Lou Grant and her husband, Zach, live full-time in a remote cabin deep in Utah’s Wasatch range, which they access by touring or snowmobile.] I was 16 when I got caught in my first avalanche. I had just started backcountry riding—I was learning about avalanches...

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Why REI Especially Likes Our Vixen Coat and Higgins Coat

In a review on REI’s Co-Op Journal of the best ski jackets for 2018, they included Flylow’s women’s Vixen Coat and men’s Higgins Coat. And they highlighted a little-known fact about the Higgins and Vixen coats: They’re ultra quiet. Quiet, huh? That’s not usually a word you’re used to hearing describe a jacket, but...

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Introducing Bro Glow

BroGlow from Flylow Gear on Vimeo. What’s better than actually going skiing? Looking like you’ve gone skiing. That’s right. Introducing Bro Glow, the only scientifically proven fake goggle tan on the market. Just rub this magic cream onto your face, and voila! An instant, totally Instagrammable-goggle tan, one that screams, “I just went on...

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Griffin Dunne Fighting His Way Back onto the Freeride World Tour

The Road Back – Teaser from Andreas on Vimeo. In 2016, pro skier Griffin Dunne made it on the elite Freeride World Tour, a career goal of his. But then a series of crashes in the competition meant he didn’t earn himself a spot on the tour the following year. Now, Griffin is hell...

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Adventure Journal features Foxy Bibs among Best Women’s Bibs

“If you’re not wearing bibs, you might be making a big mistake,” writers Abbie Barronian, a correspondent for the Adventure Journal. And she’s right, women’s bibs are having a moment. When we first set out to design the women’s Foxy Bib, we weren’t even sure if there was as market for women’s bibs. Boy,...

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