We know our 2020 Winter Collection can handle whatever comes our way.
Before we started Flylow, we knew one thing for sure: The ski pants we were wearing could barely last a season. Gear back then couldn’t live up to the demands of the hard-charging, powder-chasing skier. So, when we started Flylow, we knew durability would be at the core of our values.
Fast forward 15 years (has it really been that long?), and we know a lot more now. We can talk endlessly about fabric, seam taping, zippers. Our team of designers has years of experience working on fit and fabrication. But we’re still skiers, and we still test everything we make exactly where it’s meant to be used: out in the mountains.
Every year, we strive to make our gear better—more resilient, more versatile—than the last. This winter’s collection is no different. While we are always refining our key pieces like the Foxy Bib and Baker Bib, we spent a lot of time updating our backcountry pieces and resort styles, as well.
The reality is it takes us 18 months to design, develop, and deliver a new piece of gear, so we could not have known that COVID-19 was coming when the pieces in this winter’s new collection were first dreamed up. But, somehow, offering our most robust line of outerwear for the chaotic year that 2020 has been seems fitting. We need armor to get through a year like this, and fortunately, we’ve made it.
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We did complete redesigns of the award-winning Smythe Bib for men and the eVent fabric Domino Jacket and Siren Bib for women. We also redesigned our backcountry layering pieces using Primaloft Black Insulation ThermoPlume synthetic down in the new insulated Foster Jacket and Lorraine Jacket. Finally, we added a new skiing anorak top called the Hiboy Jacket for skinning up or sunny spring days.
This season, we have some great resort skiing jackets like the Baxter Jacket and the Kenzie Jacket that will keep you warm on the coldest lift rides, perfect for this strange winter where you may not be able to go into the lodge to warm up. And our Habitat Line of skiable mountain apparel got some key additions with the Brose Work Shirt and new colors of our favorite skiable flannels that don’t wrinkle.