In the Outside Summer Buyer’s Guide, you’ll find a perfect shirt for hiking, biking, and more.
Outside’s Summer Buyer’s Guide is out now full of new gear that’s getting us excited about adventuring in the warmer months ahead. We all need something to look forward to right now, right?
In a collection of the best women’s hiking gear of the season, Outside’s Stephanie Pearsen and Jeremy Rellosa reviewed Flylow’s Dolly Shirt, a long-sleeved, lightweight shirt built for river trips and hikes where you need protection from the sun and wind. “The UPF 50 long-sleeve shirt is a superb cooling piece. It looks like a flannel, but at 4.5 ounces the poly-spandex Dolly breathes like a dream.”
In a roundup of Outside’s testers most favorite women’s cycling gear, Flylow’s Aster Shirt made the cut. Unfortunately, the Aster is delayed currently due to COVID-19, and it's unlikely to make it in stock. But, you can always plan for next year. “Here’s a pullover bike shirt you can wear all the time. Casual buttons facilitate venting, while the hem sits comfortably beneath your hipbelt. The stretch-woven polyester fabric is breezy on sweaty rides.”