Flylow Albert Jacket - Men's

Flylow Albert Jacket - Men's
Flylow Albert Jacket - Men's
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Albert Jacket - Men's by Flylow
Weekending vacationers, lunch-break lifties, backcountry enthusiasts--we all want the same thing, to shred the best lines we can and stay as comfortable as possible in the cold weather. Well, thanks to the Flylow Albert Jacket, you've got the warmth and performance you've always wanted for the resort and beyond. Made from a lightweight, waterproof, and super-stretchy fabric, this jacket gives you enhanced mobility for steep powder chutes, bootpack expeditions, and long, long bump runs. Insulated with light yet toasty Primaloft Black Eco insulation, this jacket eliminates the need for bulky layers, and replaces them with a breathable and free-moving alternative. If the 30,000mm breathability rating isn't enough to convince you that you can really move in this jacket, the heat-dumping underarm vents will do the trick. A helmet compatible hood lets you shut out the weather when the Snow Gods decide to grace you with a surprise pow day, while the removable powder skirt quickly disappears when blue skies and skied-out runs return.

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SKU: FLG00AN
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