It's Flannel Season
Powder Magazine reviews Flylow's Penny Insulated Flannel for women.
Fall is the time when temperatures drop, the first snowfall graces the mountains, and we all pull out our favorite flannels. Whether you're sipping a pumpkin spice latte (hey, we're not judging!) or hiking through golden aspen trees, a flannel is just the right uniform. Powder Magazine recently reviewed their favorite women's flannels for this time of year, including the one and only Flylow Penny Insulated Flannel, which looks like a regular flannel shirt, but it has this sweet layer of warming micropuff insulation hidden inside.
"A flannel and a jacket in one, the Penny is a sweet layer that can be worn on or off the ski hill," writers Powder's Lily Krass. "Designed as more of a midlayer than a shirt, the Penny has 40 grams of synthetic insulation inside it despite its low-profile look. It doesn’t feel bulky (there’s plenty of room for a baselayer or sweater underneath) and it definitely delivers enough warmth for a quick beer run down the block or a spring parking lot dance party. The boxy fit hangs naturally, like a well-worn flannel, and breathes surprisingly well for an insulated piece. I’d definitely wear it on the slopes come springtime, but the flannel outer fabric isn’t waterproof—save it for a bluebird day."