Introducing Los Amigos

Los Amigos // Dos Hermanos from Los Amigos on Vimeo. Axel and I are a year and a half apart, and we’ve been ski buddies ever since I was two. We both currently study at the University of British Columbia and we’re taking our winter semester off and spending most of our time in Whistler. […]

Four Tools and Tips I Use to Navigate the Backcountry

by Cindi Lou Grant [Editor’s note: Backcountry snowboarders Cindi Lou Grant and her husband, Zach, live full-time in a remote cabin deep in Utah’s Wasatch range, which they access by touring or snowmobile.] I was 16 when I got caught in my first avalanche. I had just started backcountry riding—I was learning about avalanches through […]

Griffin Dunne Fighting His Way Back onto the Freeride World Tour

The Road Back – Teaser from Andreas on Vimeo. In 2016, pro skier Griffin Dunne made it on the elite Freeride World Tour, a career goal of his. But then a series of crashes in the competition meant he didn’t earn himself a spot on the tour the following year. Now, Griffin is hell bent […]

Westward, Episode 3: Loveland Rat Pack

Westward Season 3: The Ratpack from Flylow Gear on Vimeo. If you’re lucky enough to run into the fast-paced trio of Eben Mond, Doug Evans, and Mark Morris at their home ski hill of Loveland, Colorado, good luck keeping up. They can rip laps at this underrated ski area, which overlooks Interstate 70 and tops […]

Westward, Episode 2: Keri Bascetta

Westward Episode 2 – The Photographer from Flylow Gear on Vimeo. In this episode of Westward, a Flylow video series produced by KGB Productions, we get to know Denver resident and Vermont transplant Keri Bascetta, who now works as the director of photography for Ski Magazine. Bascetta started as the assistant photo editor at Ski […]

How Gary Fondl Skied 550,582 vertical feet in a season

Meet Gary Fondl, a Frisco, Colorado, skier who set out last winter to log 500,000 vertical feet of human-powered backcountry skiing—that’s like climbing Everest 41 times. Here’s how he did it. How many days a year do you get out skiing? I live in Frisco at 9,100 feet in the mountains of Colorado, so I […]

Westward: Mike Waesche

Westward Season 3. . . King of the Underground from Flylow Gear on Vimeo. Mike Waesche started pressing skis in his garage when he was 22 years old. He had no plans for his hobby to ever become a full-fledged business. “It was never meant to be a business,” he says. “We call it an […]

Bike Apparel Featured in Big Life Magazine

We got our start making ski outerwear, but we’ve always been bikers, too. So it made sense when Flylow was ready to unveil its first summer line, that we’d focus on making a really good pair of mountain bike shorts. The end result? The Cash Short for men and the Carter Short for women. (And yes, if […]

Dawn Patrol

Nick Daniels’ had a New Year’s resolution this year: Make time for more epic adventures. For him, that means more dawn patrols, more climbing mountains in the dark and watching the sun rise from a snow-covered peak, surrounded by good friends. You can read Nick’s full account — and check out his portfolio of gorgeous photos […]

The Quest for Snow

Jesse Levine recently put together a cool story for Matadornetwork.com about a backcountry mission to find snow during a particularly warm Colorado October. “I weighed my options: I could tag along and spend two days trudging my gear to a remote peak with a 50/50 chance of actually skiing or stay home and enjoy the last […]