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The FlyLow Higgins Coat is now with new articulated seams, improved fabric, and strategic stitch lines for added stretch and mobility.
Whether you're bootpacking up Glory Bowl or shoveling out your car, mobility and breathability are key in ski outerwear. The last thing you want to be worrying about when you're first chair on a powder day or gearing up at a trailhead is whether your coat will keep you dry and comfortable no matter the day's weather and temperatures. The Higgins Coat is your worry-free guarantee. It has a three-layer softshell blended fabric that gives you stretch and movement, loads of underarm venting, and a brushed, fuzzy tricot lining for quiet, moisture-wicking comfort. A stretchy hood covers your helmet and waterproof zippers, a half dozen pockets, and quality seam taping round out the features. You can now worry about other things, like the seven-day forecast or where to score the best burger after your day on the hill.
The Flylow Higgins jacket is full of stretch, breathability and underarm vents for the uphill climb, and the protective, helmet-compatible hood and waterproof fabric for the powder-filled descent.
- Mountain Gear
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.
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