Two Flylow pieces named among the summer's best gear for mountain bikers and hikers.
If you've ever stood atop a breezy summit without the proper layers and thought, 'A windbreaker sure would be nice right about now,' then you understand why we made the Davis Jacket, a unisex, water-resistant windbreaker that's as light as a bag of chips but way more protective.
Outside Magazine's annual Summer Buyer's Guide is out now and their testers picked the Davis Jacket as a must-have for hikers. We like to think of it as a layer for many pursuits: Whether you're on a mountain bike ride on a breezy day, on a boat in the middle of a lake, or trail running in the fall. "For blustery ridges and cool mornings, grab this windbreaker," the review reads. "The DWR treatment makes it a great oh-shit layer."
Another favorite of Outside's testers? The new and already loved women's Tia Short, which comes in three fun-loving colors (including one called taffy). Outside calls the shorts "made for big rides" and praises its comfortable elastic waistband and nearly invisible pocket.