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Flylows Winter 2017 Collection Now Available Online

It s never too soon to start thinking about next winter. The snow will be falling in no time, so you better get ready. This week, Flylow is here to help get you geared up and pumped for the coming ski season. A brand new collection of winter-ready gear from stormproof hardshell jackets to insulated down coats to ultra-durable freeride pants and hand-treated work gloves is now available online at a newly-updated The winter 2016-2017 collection includes pinnacle pieces like the new Dexter Jacket, a ripstop shell packed with 60 grams of Primaloft insulation made from post-consumer recycled materials, the new Albert Jacket, a packable insulated coat suited for your next backcountry mission, and the new Smokejumper Bibs, a Cordura-reinforced bib ski pant built with ample breathability. Flylow s new Habitat Line features year-round pieces like the new Iron Eagle Bomber Jacket, a lightly-lined canvas work coat, and the crowd-favorite Sinclair Insulated Flannel. The new Flylow women s collection for winter 2016-17 features stand-out pieces like the new Daphne Jacket, a Primaloft-insulated shell that packs light, our first-ever women s bib pant, the aptly-named Foxy Bib, and Flylow s first foray into long underwear with the new women s Shreggings (short for shred leggings ), a stretchy, breathable legging that can be worn everywhere. Every year, it seems our gear gets tougher and more versatile and this year is no exception, says Dan Abrams, president and CEO of Flylow. We couldn t be more excited for this winter to come and for folks to start putting our new gear to the test.  

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