When we started Flylow, we set out to create gear with long-lasting fabrics, big vents for regulating temperature, and reinforced and articulated knees and cuffs that wouldn’t shred on day 80 of the season. Flylow’s heritage collection, the Deeper Line, started from those utilitarian beginnings. We made this gear for ourselves, and it’s still what we grab on a powder day.
Albert Jacket / Woodrow Pant
It was in the single digits on the Continental Divide, freezing cold, with harsh, angry winds. We needed something more insulating that could still handle a hike without overheating. So we designed the Albert Jacket and Woodrow Pants, the uniform that’ll give you the ultimate protection from wind and snow but won’t make you feel like you’re in a sauna. The Albert Jacket is insulated with Primaloft Eco, but it’s still light and stretchy. The Woodrow is a lighter, 40 gram insulation, with outer thigh vents to drop the heat on the hike.
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.
Whether you’re skiing the resort or it’s a particularly cold day in the backcountry, you’ll appreciate the extra warmth and protection of the Cobra Jacket and Baker Bibs. This kit is for the out-all-day-no-matter-the-weather kind of ripper. The Cobra Jacket is a two-layer ripstop shell lined with 100 grams of synthetic down insulation, meaning it’s warm but not overbearing. The Baker Bibs, a team favorite at Flylow, come equipped with three-layer waterproof fabric and ready-for-the-bootpack mobility.
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, weather-busting 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.