• You’ve likely spotted the Foxy Bib in a liftline or on a skintrack near you. These are cult favorites, worn by a loyal following of lady shredders. The Foxy is flattering and functional, an all-star bib made with Tactic 3-layer softshell and packed with technical features. It has all the trappings you’d want and more: stretchy, waterproof breathable fabric, a kangaroo chest pouch for storing chapstick or snacks, and generous thigh vents for spring tours. Inside tip: Unzip the long side vent and peel back the seat for an easy-peasy way to use the backcountry ladies’ room.
  • Bibs provide more coverage on a powder day. These fit just right.
  • As another step forward in the evolution of bibs, we made a three-layer softshell stretch low-profile bib.
  • These waterproof, 3-layer bibs are easy to get in and out of and have ample breathability.
  • Our lightest weight bib pant, the Smythe is built for bagging peaks without overheating.
  • This is the transformer of ski pants: Wear it as a bib when you want extra coverage or as regular pants when you don’t.
  • The après ski shirt of choice: A button-up flannel made from wicking polyester.
  • It looks like a regular flannel. But it’s got high-performance superpowers.
  • The Crowe Jacket is an active midlayer, an insulating piece you can move in without overheating.
  • You don’t want to get caught in the backcountry without a back-up insulating layer. This one is packable and gets the job done.
  • A 2-layer hardshell jacket that’s inspired by ski patrollers but built for the rest of us.
  • You’ll find stretch, resilience, and quick-drying qualities in the do-it-all Malone Coat.
  • You’ll find stretch, resilience, and quick-drying qualities in the do-it-all Malone Coat.
  • A long, comfy fit, high-end features, and a laid-back style make the Lucy Jacket a fast favourite.
  • Our lightest touring jacket yet, the Kane Jacket offers absurd amounts of stretch and air permeability.
  • This stormproof, three-layer hardshell jacket is ready to climb and ski powder.
     
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    Flylow Quantum Jacket

    $399.95
    This stormproof, three-layer hardshell jacket is ready to climb and ski powder. The Quantum Jacket shows no weakness. Tough, three-layer exterior fabric is burly and waterproof but also breathable. Which means it’ll keep you protected and dry no matter the weather on Glory Bowl or Loveland Pass. It packs small, can be easily layered to find the ideal combination for all temperatures, and it travels well, making it suitable for backcountry or resort skiing wherever the snow is falling. Asymmetrical chest zippers store all your gadgets and can be accessed with a backpack on. The OmniBloq Durable Water Repellent coating will keep your jacket dry for three times as long as the industry-standard DWR. Learn More
  • An insulating, hooded mid layer packed with PrimaLoft Eco you can wear under a shell or on its own. This puffy, insulating hoody is way warmer than it looks. Pick up the Mia Jacket and it feels lightweight and packable. Put it on and you’ll realize just how toasty you are. Stuffed with 80 grams of PrimaLoft Eco insulation, it has an incredible warmth-to-weight ratio. (Bonus: it’s made from 80 percent post-consumer recycled materials.) You’ll wear it under your ski jacket as a lightweight insulator and on its own while digging into a pre-ski-tour plate of waffles. Two hand pockets keep your digits warm on a walk and store those leftover waffles to go.
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    Flylow Mens Baker Bib

    $420.95
    A stout pair of 20k/20k three-layer bibs that can handle any powder day. Many bibs are created purely for ski mountaineering. And yeah, our bibs can handle alpine ascents, but they also fit loose and are comfortable enough to rock the resort or the après-ski scene. They’ve got three-layer waterproof fabric, ample pocket storage for maps and essential gear, Cordura reinforcements to deflect rips, and big inner and outer thigh vents for sweaty climbs. Plus, we added a new OmniBloq DWR coating that lasts three times longer than the industry standard, so your gear will stay drier for longer.
  • A long, comfy fit, packed features, and a laid-back style will make the Lucy Jacket a fast favourite. Slide on the Lucy Jacket and you won’t want to take it off: It’s that comfortable.  Ready for a day in the backcountry or at the resort, this jacket has the stretchy, buttery feel of softshell and the stormproof properties of a tough hardshell. Better yet, it has technical features and high-performance qualities, but it doesn’t look overly techy—because you don’t always want your kit to scream ‘I just climbed a mountain!’ (Even if you just did.)
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    Flylow Lab Coat Jacket

    $499.95
    The Lab Coat is our most waterproof, air-permeable shell, thanks to eVent DV Expedition fabric. Meet the king of jackets. The Lab Coat is one of Flylow’s most premium pieces, a jacket meticulously designed for climbing and skiing mountains in harsh conditions and variable temperatures. Made with eVent DV Expedition fabric, it boasts a 30k waterproof rating while retaining an air permeable level of breathability. The three-layer fabric repels snow and sleet but allows moisture and sweat to escape, so you don’t overheat on the go. Smart features like waterproof zippers, ample underarm vents, articulated sleeves for mobility, and pockets easily accessible while wearing a backpack make this a lightweight, packable hardshell built for the backcountry.
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    Flylow Kane Jacket

    $399.95
    Our lightest touring jacket yet, the Kane Jacket offers absurd amounts of stretch and air permeability. Made with our customized The Perm fabric, by Intuitive, the Kane Jacket prioritizes air permeability for high-motion activities like backcountry skiing, so heat can escape your body before you sweat, regulating your temperature. This supremely lightweight jacket is stretchy and supple, which is critical when you’re trying to kickturn in tight trees or stuff the jacket into your already-jammed backcountry pack. It takes the durability and packability of a three-layer ski jacket but without any unnecessary extras (powder skirt … why bother?). It’s got  underarm vents, a helmet-compatible hood, no shoulder seams to prevent friction while wearing a pack, and ample pockets.
  • We guarantee you will love these bibs. A high-quality, performance-oriented bib ski pant for women, admittedly, was hard to find in the past. You’ve just stumbled on a treasure with the Foxy Bib, an all-star, cult-favorite bib with all the trappings you’d want and more: stretchy, waterproof breathable fabric, a kangaroo chest pouch for storing chapstick or snacks, and generous thigh vents for spring tours. Inside tip: Unzip the long side vent and peel back the seat for an easy-peasy way to use the backcountry ladies’ room.
  • Pack this just-in-case PrimaLoft insulating layer and you’ll thank us later. Call it your backcountry emergency insulation. Maybe you’ll never need it, but if you do, you’ll be really thankful you have this layer. The Foster Jacket, made with synthetic PrimaLoft insulation, has the airy warmth of down but dries faster and stays warm even when conditions get wet. Our goal in designing this jacket was to have packability, like down, but instead use a non-down insulator, PrimaLoft ThermaPlume, which stays warm when wet. Easily stuff it into a corner of your pack when you don’t need it, or layer it under a shell when you do. The Foster is backcountry ready, thanks to pockets you can access with a pack on, pit zippers for ventilation, and packability.
  • A perfect-fitting hardshell jacket for the woman who refuses to settle. Imagine one jacket that outshines the rest, one jacket for riding the tram or climbing a skin track. That would be the Billie Coat, a three-layer hardshell ski jacket that’s fully seam-taped and waterproof, has a helmet-compatible hood, and ample ventilation. The fabric is tough but still soft and light. OmniBloq Durable Water Repellent coating lasts three times as long as industry standard DWR. The Billie Coat might just make you a better skier—or at least, it’ll help you look the part.

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