In partnership with the innovators of technical style at Flylow, The Snow Review is rewarding our new members and contributors with a Women’s Free-ride Jacket valued at $399
Simply leave a comment or resort review on any destination, profile or article this week and the best contribution as determined by our editorial team will be awarded the jacket. The competition closes on Sunday July 1. The more you post, the better your chances.
This week’s reward will be more coveted than a prom date with Torin Yater-Wallace. A Free-ride specific Women’s Down Jacket, the ‘Charlie’ is a paragon of Flylow’s ethos and aesthetic. The company was formed ‘to design and construct the highest quality and best looking big mountain free-ride apparel’. Sounds simple enough, but there is a surprising dearth of companies geared specifically towards the style savvy free-ski market.
Dan from FlyLow says ‘simply put, our clothing is designed for the out all day, skinning, boot-packing, lift-riding, ripping, I use my gear, modern skier’.
In short, they have made the technical components in outerwear alluring. Not in the way that boorish weekend warriors assume the exorbitant price tag of gore-tex shells and compression tights make them styish, but rather as a fashion forward and functional offering.
Geared towards girls who are always cold on the hill, this hardshell jacket with insulating goose down is toasty warm. Think waking up under a thick duvet on a winters day warm.
It’s got underarm vents and a removable powder skirt combined with a packable 10k 10k 2 layer polyester shell material. Its a waterproof down jacket as packable as a mid layer.
Packable and toasty, its an ideal jacket for hard charging and fashion forward girls. Or for hard charging guys who can win extra time on the hill by giving their better half a brand new jacket. Win-win.
Check out the rest of the Flylow collection, including Menswear here.
This Flylow partnership inaugurates The Snow Review’s member incentive program. So if you’re a fan of exclusive parties, complimentary lift tickets and apparel, or the opportunity to win a day heli-skiing, check back and post regularly. Lest you risk ending up like a philistine Daily Telegraph skier pocketing free peanuts in winter’s most decrepit haunts…