Go Ahead and Sweat In This Shirt

We know your type: You throw on a t-shirt in the morning, then run around all day doing a thousand things seemingly at once (yoga class, emails, farmers’ market, a trail run, conference call, drinks with a friend), and you don’t want to have to stop and change your clothes at each new junction. So you need […]

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 […]

Women’s Gear Featured in Boston Globe

Summer’s here and we’ve got everything you need to stay outfitted, from mountain bike shorts to tank tops and light-weight button-up shirts. We debuted our first women’s spring/summer collection this year and it’s getting a lot of attention. The Boston Globe newspaper recently recommended it as women’s adventure apparel. Here’s what they wrote: “Flylow, known for […]

Flylow Featured in Outside Summer Buyers’ Guide

If you still think of Flylow as just a ski clothing company, then you better think again. We’ve got an entire collection of men’s and women’s apparel for the warmer months of the year, too. Think board shirts and button-up shirts, climbing pants and windbreakers, running shirts and mountain bike shorts. Our gear is so […]

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 […]

Halina Boyd talks with TGR about Gannett Peak mission

    Splitboarder Halina Boyd is featured on TGR.com this week about her recent mission to climb and snowboard13,809-foot Gannett Peak, the highest mountain in Wyoming. The expedition will be showcased in an upcoming film. “The challenge of the adventure is really when we’re getting what we don’t really realize we’re seeking,” Boyd told TGR. “Anytime […]

In Defense of the Insulated Jacket

It’s true. Up until a few years ago, nobody who considered themselves an athletic, hardy skier would consider wearing an insulated ski jacket. Jackets were too hot, too stuffy, too overbearing for bootpacking and steep skiing.  Let the groomer crowd have their insulated pieces. But then outerwear manufacturers—including Flylow—started getting smarter with insulation. We can now make […]

Award Winning Albert Jacket

Our Albert Jacket is a unique piece: It’s insulated, but still super lightweight. Stuffed with Primaloft insulation, it’s a hardshell jacket that packs down small and light, so you can carry it with you everywhere. We’re not the only ones who think the Albert is extra special. Elevation Outdoors recently awarded the Albert Jacket their […]

More Love for the Foxy Bib

We weren’t sure how women would react when we rolled out our first-ever women’s bib ski pant. Would they like it? Would it fit right? Do women even want a bib pant? Turns out, we can’t keep them on the shelves. The Foxy Bib, which debuted this past fall, is one of our best selling […]

Why the Sinclair Flannel Should be on your Gift List

We’re going to have our own holiday gift list coming out soon, but for now, here’s what Men’s Health is calling the Ultimate Gift Guide, which hey, happens to include Flylow’s Sinclair Insulated Flannel as the perfect gift for wintery expeditions. “A healthy helping of synthetic insulation makes this flannel more than a mere layering piece,” […]