Chatting Flylow on the Blister Podcast

Whenever you need trusted, long-form, well-tested reviews of outdoor gear like skis or ski jackets, you should check out Blister Gear Review. They tell it like it is, and their reviews are exactly what you need when you’re about to invest in something you plan on using for a long time. Blister founder Jonathan Ellsworth...

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Why We Don’t Actually Care About the Long-Term Weather Forecast

This is the time of year when everyone starts trying to predict the snow forecast for the approaching winter. Will it be a big, record-smashing, powder-day-after-powder-day type of winter? Or maybe it’ll be an average winter with just a standard amount of snow? Or maybe we’re doomed for one of those below-average, feels-like-June-in-January winters?...

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Spring 2018 Gear Featured in Men’s Journal

From a bamboo garden shovel to a reclining camp chair, Men’s Journal writer Berne Broudy recently put together a list of her favorite things from this summer’s Outdoor Retailer show, where gear due out in spring 2018 makes its first debut to retailers. There’s a Thule Awning for your camp trailer, a JetBoil stove...

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While You’re Waiting for the Snow to Fall…

Ski movie trailers are dropping. Ski passes are on sale. New gear is hitting shelves at your local ski shop (we’ve got select items from our fall 2017 collection now in stock). There’s a little chill in the air in the early morning. What does all of this mean? That ski season is on...

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Sneak Peek: 2018 Bandit Shirt

We’ll be heading to the annual Outdoor Retailer trade show this summer in Salt Lake City, Utah, to showcase our new 2018 spring/summer collection to retailers. We can’t show you all our secrets, but here’s a glimpse at one of our new men’s shirts coming out next spring. The OR Daily, the trade show’s...

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Go Ahead and Sweat In This Shirt

We know your type: You throw on a t-shirt in the morning, then run around all day doing a thousand things seemingly at once (yoga class, emails, farmers’ market, a trail run, conference call, drinks with a friend), and you don’t want to have to stop and change your clothes at each new junction. So you...

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Bike Apparel Featured in Big Life Magazine

We got our start making ski outerwear, but we’ve always been bikers, too. So it made sense when Flylow was ready to unveil its first summer line, that we’d focus on making a really good pair of mountain bike shorts. The end result? The Cash Short for men and the Carter Short for women. (And yes,...

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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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