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Dirt Rag Reviews Nash Shirt, Jessi Shirt

Here's what Dirt Rag Magazine had to say about our mountain-bike ready Nash Shirt and Jessi Shirt:  "Flylow’s original mission was to create better garments for their own use and that mindset still continues to this day: If the Flylow community wouldn’t wear it, it’s not going to make the product catalog. With the company looking to break into offering apparel for the warmer seasons on the mountain, they’ve produced an impressive array of men’s and women’s mountain bike apparel for...

Happy Trails: Behind the Scenes with Mark Morris

Happy Trails from Flylow Gear on Vimeo. When he's not skiing backcountry lines around Colorado or trail running through the woods, Mark Morris is a world-class bluegrass producer, guitar player, and vocalist, the frontman of a band called Rapidgrass and the visionary behind Colorado's Rapidgrass music festival, a three-day bluegrass fest in Mark's hometown of Idaho Springs.  Mark co-founded Rapidgrass festival in 2009 with Sister Sarah, Rapids & Grass festival in 2014, and Rapidgrass band in 2012.  As a sponsored professional skier, Mark is also a longtime friend...

A Morning With Bonnie Burke

A morning with mountain bike phenom Bonnie Burke, a shredder on bikes and snowboards who lives in Bellingham, Washington. 

Freeskier Calls Flylow Nash Shirt a Mountain Bike Essential

What do freeskiers do in the summer? They mountain bike, of course. So it's no surprise that Freeskier Magazine recently put out a round-up of the 20 most essential products for mountain biking, and Flylow's Nash Shirt made the list. Here's what Freeskier had to say: "For those of you not entirely sold on the jersey look and don’t want to pigeonhole your shirt offerings, the Nash is an awesome athletic shirt that performs equally well while biking, running or...

OR Daily Highlights Flylow Lopez Shirt

The annual Outdoor Retailer trade show is coming up this month in Denver, where all of next spring and summer's gear will be unveiled for the first time. The OR Daily, the trade show's daily news magazine, recently highlighted some gear trends in their pre-show issue, which included our very own Lopez Shirt, which gets revamped for next season. Read the full review below and the full digital issue of the magazine here.      

Backpacker Calls Bandit Shirt a Great Gift for Dads

Backpacker Magazine picked 23 great gift ideas for outdoorsy dads and among the list? The Flylow Bandit Shirt, our lightest weight hoody made from a quick-drying fabric.

Outside Reviews Best Sun Shirts

Shirts built to protect you from the sun used to be ugly, overtly technical, and downright frumpy. Fortunately, that's not the case anymore. 

Utah's Reviews Rainbreaker Jacket

Utah news station KSL recently reviewed 8 great outdoor products for summer—a useful collection of things like flip-flops, running shoes, and hiking boots. In the mix was Flylow's ever-popular Rainbreaker Jacket, our answer to an upgraded version of a windbreaker. Because who wants a jacket that deflects wind but not rain, too? The Rainbreaker is tough but lightlight—you can climb a 14er in this thing but it'll also pack down super small in your pack. It's the perfect shell to throw...

Rainbreaker Wins Peak Gear Award in Elevation Outdoors

Ah, summer. Long days, plenty of sunshine. Having the right summer gear just makes everything more fun. Which is why we loved reading through Elevation Outdoor's June 2018 roundup of this summer's best gear, called their Peak Gear Awards. You'll find the best climbing shoe, sleeping bag, hiking boot, and more.  In fact, they named Flylow's Rainbreaker Jacket the best shell of the summer. We're honored. Here's what the magazine had to say about the Rainbreaker.  Flylow Rainbreaker Why It Won: Don’t...

Float to Ski on the Middle Fork of the Salmon River

This is a story of a bunch of river guides and skiers who wanted to float to ski the Middle Fork of the Salmon River in Idaho. They anticipated the worst and came out with the best. by Allie Rood When getting involved in a true adventure, the type-two sort, when you know someone is going to cry at some point along the way, it’s imperative to focus on the naïve, optimistic confidence that got you dreaming of the expedition in...