Flylow Gear Puff Coat

Retailers' Descriptions

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The Flylow Puff coat takes down to a whole new level. Our ideal puffy was going to be a coat that could operate anywhere; at 6000 feet, 14000 feet, in freezing rain, in high alpine conditions, in the backcountry, in the resort, in your p

- Teton Village Sports

CLOSEOUTS . Despite its name, FlyLow's Puff jacket is seriously low bulk -- though it may inspire you to puff out your chest with pride after a particularly sweet run down the slopes. Available Colors: OLIVE, BLACK. Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

Balls cold at trailhead, sweating like pig on the skin track, and braving ridgeline howlers while stripping your skins-Flylow Gear's ridiculously versatile, waterproof breathable Men's Puff Coat keeps up with changing conditions. The Puff is comfortable in any environment you'll encounter on the mountain. 4-Way stretch, 3-layer softshell provides a dynamic fit and breathablilty that leaves most hardshells wheezing, and Thermolite insulation fends off the body-rock shivers while you wait for the rest of the crew to get set for the downhill. Underarm zips crank up the natural AC a notch on steep switchbacks and long flats, and at only 910-grams, this puffy won't hold you back. Whether you're out hiking for virgin curves or charging in bounds, the ski-anywhere Puff Coat has you covered. The gang at Flylow Gear gave the Puff a helmet-compatible hood so you can take proper shelter when Mother Nature gets her scream on.

- Backcountry Outlet

Flylow Gear Puff Coat

previously retailed for:
$84.95 - $219.96

The Flylow Gear Puff Coat is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 20, 2012 at Sierra Trading Post.

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