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A Gift Guide for the Skiers on your List

Wasatch Mountains, Utah photo:Adam Clark 'Tis the season for giving the holidays are just around the corner. Got a skier or two on your gift list? We are here to help. Here are some of the Flylow staff's favorite items from jackets to flannels to gloves and who on your list they'd be perfect for. lab-coat-and-compound-pant_rs_1024x1024For The Backcountry Skier or Rider Maybe it's your brother or your husband or your best friend. Either way, this is the guy who spends much of his time on the skintrack, doing dawn patrols, and bagging peaks. He needs gear that'll handle all conditions and be breathable and lightweight enough for earning his turns. We recommend the Lab Coat, a staff favorite for its versatility and classic look. This bomber, three-layer waterproof hardshell jacket, made from Polartec NeoShell, does everything well and is built for backcountry missions. Or score him a pair of Blaster Gloves, our trusty, triple-baked premium pigskin leather gloves. For The Millennial Mountain Guy handlebar-ocean_stone_1024x1024There's really no mountain-loving guy who wouldn't love the Handlebar Tech Flannel, a temperature-regulating button-up. But twenty and thirty-somethings really seem to dig it. That trend-setting guy on your list will also appreciate the Royal Chambray Long-Sleeve, a button-up collared shirt he can wear to work in the city and to apr s ski on weekends, and the trusty and stylish Iron Eagle Bomber Jacket. roswell-jacket-and-snow-man-pant_rs_f4376ebf-3f02-4d6b-b72a-1478e9a936fc_1024x1024For Your Dad Your old man is still out there chasing snowy days on skis. Good for him. He may appreciate a little comfort these days. So score him a pair of the Snowman Insulated Pants, which have a thin but toasty layer to keep him warm enough to last all day. Pops may also like the Hemlock Fleece, which will remind him of his old ski sweaters but in a much more modern, technical way. And you can't beat the Rudolph Jacket, a down insulating layer with 800-fill goose feathers. Dad will wear this every day, skiing or not. skibum-black_1024x1024For the Road Tripper This person on your list either lives in their van or wishes they lived in their van. Either way, they love a good adventure. Nab him or her a Van T for wearing behind the wheel, a Ski Bum Trucker Hat to block the sun, and some Tough Guy Gloves for shoveling out the car. And don't forget a Remnant Tote, an oversized bag made from scrap Cordura fabric for carrying ski boots or groceries. Wasatch Mountains, Utah photo:Adam Clark For the Lady Shredder She's your girlfriend or wife, or your sister, or your niece or neighbor. Either way, she deserves gear as cool as she is. Treat her to the Leonore Jacket, a two-layer long-fitting jacket that fits in on the hill or en route to yoga class. For an insulating layer, the Tamara Micropuff Hoody is as cozy as it gets. And for everyday wear, she'll never take off the Briggitte Tech Flannel, which looks like a standard button-up but is made with breathable, temperature-regulating fabric. The Daisy Insulated Pant is a crowd pleaser for its slim, flattering fit and its light layer of warming insulation. palmerbelt-black_1024x1024For Stocking Stuffers For her, grab a Gobblette the perfect face protection or goggle cloth and a knit Dreamwalker hat. For him, a Palmer Belt for holding up jeans or ski pants, a Gobbler for face protection, and a Revival Beanie, named after ski areas of the past. Check out the complete collections here: Gifts for Him Gifts for Her