Women’s Gear Featured in Boston Globe

Summer’s here and we’ve got everything you need to stay outfitted, from mountain bike shorts to tank tops and light-weight button-up shirts. We debuted our first women’s spring/summer collection this year and it’s getting a lot of attention. The Boston Globe newspaper recently recommended it as women’s adventure apparel. Here’s what they wrote: “Flylow, known...

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Get Dirty. It’s National Trails Day.

This Saturday, June 3rd is National Trails Day.  It’s a great opportunity to give back to those trails that give us so much. As a small, independent company, our philanthropy often involves getting our hands dirty. Especially when it’s about something we use everyday. We recently got a crew of volunteers together and worked...

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Flylow Featured in Outside Summer Buyers’ Guide

If you still think of Flylow as just a ski clothing company, then you better think again. We’ve got an entire collection of men’s and women’s apparel for the warmer months of the year, too. Think board shirts and button-up shirts, climbing pants and windbreakers, running shirts and mountain bike shorts. Our gear is...

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First Women’s Spring Line is Here

The women of Flylow are always on the move. We’re in awe of what you squeeze into a single day. Running from one thing to the next. Jamming in a yoga session between meetings. Biking for fun and transportation. You do it all with grace. So we’ve designed a line of adventure-ready clothing that...

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Put Your Gear Away Right

As spring approaches and winter makes its inevitable end (although we’ll be skiing well in July, thanks to the plentiful winter we’ve had), it’s a good time of year to think about how to put your winter gear away properly. We’ve talked about this on the blog here before. And we sell Nikwax Tech...

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Dawn Patrol

Nick Daniels’ had a New Year’s resolution this year: Make time for more epic adventures. For him, that means more dawn patrols, more climbing mountains in the dark and watching the sun rise from a snow-covered peak, surrounded by good friends. You can read Nick’s full account — and check out his portfolio of gorgeous...

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Working For The Weekend – S3|E2 – Quebec Quest

The Chic-Choc Mountains of Quebec get a ton of snow each season and Ben has long been planning a trip to the region. He finally got his chance and brought Louise Lintilhac, Paige Fitzgerald, and Nick Martin on the 10 day quest. In this first episode of the trip, the group explores some classic...

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Working For The Weekend – S3|E1 – Acadia

The coast of Maine has some incredible skiing… as long as there’s a 3 ft. snow storm. Acadia National Park lies a few hours north of Portland on Mt. Desert Island. Ben braved the blizzard of 2015 and drove through the night to lay rare tracks beside the Atlantic Ocean.   Click here to...

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The Quest for Snow

Jesse Levine recently put together a cool story for Matadornetwork.com about a backcountry mission to find snow during a particularly warm Colorado October. “I weighed my options: I could tag along and spend two days trudging my gear to a remote peak with a 50/50 chance of actually skiing or stay home and enjoy the...

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Halina Boyd talks with TGR about Gannett Peak mission

    Splitboarder Halina Boyd is featured on TGR.com this week about her recent mission to climb and snowboard13,809-foot Gannett Peak, the highest mountain in Wyoming. The expedition will be showcased in an upcoming film. “The challenge of the adventure is really when we’re getting what we don’t really realize we’re seeking,” Boyd told TGR....

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