Flylow Firebird Bib Pant - Men's

Flylow Firebird Bib Pant - Men's
Flylow Firebird Bib Pant - Men's
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Firebird Bib Pant - Men's by Flylow
FlyLow created the Firebird Bib with all-time storm days in mind. Those days where burning quads, frozen faces, and sopping wet outerwear start to pick off powder skiers one by one. The waterproof shell fends off sleet and snow, while articulated knees and the breathable softshell panel on the back are bootpack-friendly so you won't overheat during a quick hike. Whether you're sending it into Corbett's or snorkeling through blower pow in Hokkaido, the Firebird is designed to keep you dry and comfortable. Well, as comfortable as you can be until you send it a little too hard and tomahawk under the chair. That one's on you.

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SKU: FLG007O
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