The Ski Magazine Gear Issue hits newsstands—and includes a ton of Flylow gear
We're always excited to see new ski magazines arrive in our mailbox at this time of year. In an era when print publications are disappearing, we're extra grateful for the ones sticking it out to provide winter stoke we can hold in our hands.
Ski Magazine's new Gear Issue is out now and it's filled with all the latest and greatest gear for this winter. Including a ton of Flylow gear.
In a review of our Super Mitten, Ski writes
"Flylow is known for making no-nonsense gloves designed for the most dedicated of skiers, and the new Super Mitten continues that legacy. A durable outer shell of DWR pretreated pigskin leather and nylon canvas encases PrimaLoft insulation in Flylow's beefiest and warmest mitten yet, ideal for those who make a habit of hanging around for rope drops on powder days."
Among a collection of top women's ski pants for this winter, Ski's testers said about our Moxie Bib
"Some women's bibs have a more contoured silhouette, but the Moxie goes the other direction. It's not baggy, but rather rocks a straight cut from top to bottom, best suited to female rippers who are not into the skinny pant trend. The Moxie is made from a three-layer stretch fabric and features generous chest and thigh pockets, reinforced knees and butt for added durability, and a drop seat for when nature calls"
The magazine names the men's Kane Jacket a "slimmed-down, super-breathable shell for active days" and says it's
"Light, nimble, and always on the go. Flylow's newest shell is low on bell's and whistles but high on all the things that matter when you're working up a sweat. Made with The Perm waterproof, breathable fabric, the Kane keeps the focus on regulating your thermostat. There are huge, 12-inch pit zips and a few handy pockets, but no powder skirt, goggle pocket, or other niceties to weight you down."
Pick up a copy of Ski Magazine on newsstands today or subscribe to support your favorite ski magazines—they need your support now more than ever.