Flylow Gear Higgins Jacket

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Get storm protection, light insulation, and a comfortable fit with FlyLow Gear's Higgins Jacket. The Higgins blends softshell and hardshell technologies to arrive at technical shell that can handle a day of backcountry steeps just as well as in-bounds charging.

- Backcountry.com

You'll relish the stretch, breathability and underarm vents for the uphill climb, and the protective, helmet-compatible hood and waterproof zippers for the powder-filled descent.

- REI

Theres nothing soft about the threelayer softshell Higgins Coat Youll get stretch breathability and underarm vents for the climb uphill and a protective helmetcompatible hood and waterproof zippers for the powderfilled descent Featuresbull 3layer stretch stormshell Intuitive fabricbull Fully seam tapedbull 20k20k waterproof breathable membranebull 6 pockets

- Bentgate.com

CLOSEOUTS . In conditions that range from serious storms to rapidly changing temps, Flylowand#39;s Higgins jacket will keep you dry and comfortable. The three-layer waterproof breathable shell has waterproof pit zips and a fabric that straddles the line between soft and hard shells. Available Colors: BLUE/BIRD, CARGO, PEWTER. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL, XS.

- Sierra Trading Post

Flylow has multiple jackets: a lightweight down coat for skiing inbounds, a hardshell for storms, a thick puffy for winter camping. But, wouldn’t it be nice if you just needed one jacket for everything? One sleet­proof, windstorm-proof jacket that you can

- Teton Village Sports