Flylow Gear Higgins Jacket

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The John Henry Glove is a lightweight and breathable glove that works well for fall mountain biking or spring skiing. It has stretchy woven material on the back of the hand and a treated pigskin leather on the palm.

- Bentgate.com

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

Loaded with the superior protection of a 3-layer Intuitive membrane and stretchy stormshell for maximum range of motion, the FlyLow Men's Higgins Jacket is your go-to protection for everything from dawn patrols to slushy laps at the resort. 20K waterproofing and fully sealed construction keeps you pleasantly dry from Old Man Winter's moody disposition, from raging blizzards one minute to spitting sleet the very next. Excellent breathability (20K) quickly disperses built-up water vapor when you're touring at a fast pace or carving groomers under warm sunshine. The brushed tricot lining is delightfully soft, lending the sensation of your favorite track jacket for optimum comfort. The helmet-compatible hood seals out the elements over your favorite brain bucket, with adjustable toggles for a fine-tuned fit. Additionally, six total pockets make easy work of storing skiing necessities within quick-reach.

- Backcountry.com

The Flylow Higgins coat pairs a weatherproof membrane with a movement-mirroring soft-shell fabric that promotes mobility for floating up the skintrack or shoveling your car out of the snow.

- REI

The Flylow John Henry Glove is a lightweight and breathable spring skiing or park glove that's mighty durable and tough. It's made with a stretchy woven material on the back of the hand and a grabby pigskin leather on the palm.

- Mountain Gear

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