Albert Jacket / Baker Bib
It’s chilly out, but you’re planning on moving around a lot during the day. The Albert Jacket and Baker Bibs are what you throw on when you’re heading to the ski hill or for a tour and you need insulation—the Albert comes with 60 grams of lightweight, packable insulation—but you don’t want to overheat on a bootpack. The Baker Bibs go well with everything and are a trusted, versatile choice on any ski day, but pair it with the Albert and you’re ready to roll.
Malone Jacket / Tannen Bib
Roll up to the liftline in the Malone Jacket and Tannen Bib and you’re sure to turn some helmets. This combo is a versatile, steep-crushing, nacho-eating machine. The quick-drying Malone Jacket is light, stretchy, and breathable enough for a backcountry tour but still sturdy enough for pounding laps at the resort. The Tannen Bibs have an adjustable suspender system that holds your pants up like a bib but without all the extra fabric. The result? A lightweight set for the guy who needs gear that can taking a beating.
Colt Down Jacket / Baker Bib
Maybe it’s January in Jackson Hole, or any day of the winter in Vermont. The point is: It’s snot-freezing cold out. Grab the Colt Down Jacket and trusty Baker Bibs and you’ll boost your odds of staying out longer. The Colt is a burly, water-resistant hardshell packed with enough responsibly-sourced down insulation to keep you warm and dry on the deepest and coldest of days.
Quantum Pro Jacket / Chemical Pant
The Quantum Jacket and Chemical Pants are the bricks we built our company on, the fundamental, quintessential Flylow pieces. In fact, the stormproof, three-layer hardshell Chemical Pants are essentially the modern day (and much improved) version of our very first pant, which we named the Cactus Pant because it was as tough as a desert plant. This kit is made to go the distance. It won’t wear out; it’ll wear in. You’ll put it on every single day you step into your skis, no matter the conditions.
Generals Down Jacket / Magnum Pant
When temps are low and skies are clear, skiing in a down jacket can be a smart move. The General’s Down packs down small if you need to stash it, and it punches above its weight class in terms of warmth. This is the insulating jacket you’ll throw in your backcountry pack as an emergency layer, wear on cold, dry days at the ski area, or throw under your shell for storm days. Pair it with the Magnum Pants for an indestructible kit.