This is a men's softshell jacket loaded with technical features but cut like a sweatshirt for superior comfort. If you're riding a rail in southern Cali, you can rock the Clyde on its own. Or you can layer it under a shell for storm skiing in Montana. The hoody-style low neck and offset pockets work great for layering without adding mass. The best part of this jacket though is not the winter applications; it’s the fact that this will be your favorite hoody throughout the year. The hoody style pockets make it a great around town piece and the thumb wholes make it even better for a fall run.
Flylow manufactures freeride apparel for the modern skier. Its founders, college friends and Colorado natives Greg Steen and Dan Abrams, noticed that most people they skied with – including themselves – were wearing mountaineering gear. While those clothes were designed for light and fast travel in the mountains, they didn’t necessarily stand up to the rigors of riding in demanding terrain. In response, Flylow developed a line of outerwear that has the mobility of mountaineering gear but the style and fit of freeride apparel. Throughout the creative process, they have focused on balancing simplicity and functionality and have created products that will stand up to the harshest conditions, whether you’re lapping in-bounds steeps, climbing a skin track, hitting a kicker in the park, or drinking a beer on your tailgate at the end of the day.