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, if you're wondering, they are named after singer/songwriter legends Johnny and June.) Big Life Magazine recently gave a nice shout out to our biking kits. "This grassroots brand made its debut in ski clothing in 2005 with co-founders and Colorado natives Greg Steen and Dan Abrams at the helm. From the beginning, their priority was to make performance clothing that was stylish and fit perfectly. Fast forward to the past few years and Flylow has branched out into the mountain bike apparel game with the same approach that they successfully executed in ski wear. Enter another authentic company from the Mountain West that is making some awesome kits for fat tire riding." You can read their full review of Cash Short and Johnny Shirt here. And here's what they had to say about our women's Carter Short, June Shirt, and Hawkins Shirt. " "Think 'rad mountain chick.' She s got the ball cap hair, dirt under her fingernails, a goggle tan from last season, and maybe a little grease on her nose. This FlyLow kit will complete that image. That, and, maybe a high-altitude smile. Made of primarily polyester with a dash of spandex, the Carter Short feels like typical athletic wear but with a durability to punch. The fit is loose and flexible, fitting snuggly around the waist (the short comes in waist sizes, feeling more custom than your typical S/M/L) and nearly reaching the knee. It is definitely a thicker material than other athletic shorts, which might be sweaty on a hot day. However, you ll thank FlyLow for the extra protection when you hit dirt." And here's a full interview Big Life did with Flylow athlete Jeremy Benson, about trail maintenance, writing a guidebook, and more.