Flylow Vixen Coat Review

Womens FlyLow Vixen Ski Jacket

The Flylow Vixen Jacket has fully seam-taped zippers, underarm vents (for those really warm spring days and when puffing up a particularly steep skin track), and a DWR coating over a 3-layer membrane (so it’ll keep you dry on the soggy days). The hood easily fits over a helmet.

Flylow Vixen Jacket Review

Hanna making some early season turns in the FlyLow Vixen Jacket Photo | Mountain Weekly News

The Flylow Vixen Jacket keeps you warm and dry, and it’ll keep you looking fresh as all hell on the slopes. You can say it’s not important, but let’s be honest, style is as much a part of the ski culture as function. Ladies, we can finally shred in flair—backcountry and resort skiing alike.

The Flylow Vixen is made of a soft-shell stretchy material that lets you bend and play and twist around on the slopes no problem, and since the jacket is a little longer it keeps your booty warm riding up the lift.

The FlyLow Vixen Jacket is tour ready Photo | Mountain Weekly News

The Flylow Vixen Jacket is tour ready Photo | Mountain Weekly News

Overall Impression

So if you’re into resort skiing, backcountry touring, walking around in the winter and staying warm and dry, or just like looking good (while supporting a good cause) then try on the Flylow Gear Vixen Jacket. You won’t be disappointed.

Pro tip: Go a size up! The Flylow Vixen Jacket ($375.00) is sleek and slender fitting, so if you go a size up you’ll have space to layer underneath for staying toasty on those extra chilly days.

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About the Author

Hannah Trask
Hannah's MO has always been to get outside, do what she loves, and most importantly-- to share some epic adventures outside with others. An avid outdoor shenanigans enthusiast transplanted from Vermont to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Hannah has big plans to live and play in the Tetons when she's not ski instructing at the resort.

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