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FlyLow Gear Daisy Insulated Pant - Women's

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    14 Reviews


    Protection for the slopes.

    Feminine styling and protective features make the FlyLow Gear Women's Daisy Pant the perfect choice for skiing or snowboarding this season. Its fully taped Intuitive stretch twill shell provides waterproof breathable protection, while YetiLoft insulation provides lightweight warmth that feels great in the shoulder seasons, too. YKK waterproof zippers enhance the Daisy's waterproofing in ways that most ski pants don't. FlyLow Gear added vents inside and outside both thighs to circulate airflow, and powder cuffs keep the snow off your legs. Cordura reinforcements keep the Daisy durable and sleek for next season and the season after that.

    • Intuitive stretch twill shell
    • YetiLoft insulation
    • Zippered inner and outer thigh vents
    • Adjustable waist
    • Powder cuffs
    • Cordura reinforcements
    • Item #FLG001F

    Tech Specs

    [shell] 2-layer Intuitive stretch twill, [reinforcements] 1000D Cordura
    40g YetiLoft
    Waterproof Rating
    10,000 mm
    Breathability Rating
    10,000 g/m
    fully taped
    2 zippered hand
    inner and outer thigh zips
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    The Perfect Pair

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: XL

    I absolutely love this pant! I got these as an insulated pant to ride in this season and have not regretted it for a second. I love the fit of them. They aren't bulky at all, but I like my pants big, so I got an XL. The inner and outer thigh zips are my favorite feature, saving me from overheating, sweating, and being cold the rest of the day. They don't feel restricting at all, have a nice stretch feel to them, and are oh so comfy. The I've ridden in these pants many many times now, and have had no problems with them at all. From white out storm days to blue bird days, you'll feel warm, dry, and comfortable all day. Now, to get more colors.

    Fly Low- High Rating

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium

    I ordered these pants for Central Oregon's wintry conditions on the slopes and they have given me my three needs: warmth, dry, and comfort. Comfort overall is excellent. As others noted, these pants fit more to form, which I thought would deter me, but after trying them on, I really enjoyed their fit mixed with flexibility and comfort. They look less baggy than other ski pants but not so tight that they allow little movement. The warmth and dryness are excellent and I've gotten numerous compliments on them, if you're looking for style points!

    Overall, a quality purchase for the price (especially if you catch them on sale!).

    Great Pant, fit a little Strange

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium

    I love Flylow products. I bought these as an insulated pair of pants to ride at the resort. I paired it with the Flylow Billie Coat. These pants will actually snap into the powder skirt of the coat to create a wonderful snow stopping seal!
    Overall, I love the pants. I do wish the waist was a little slimmer or the legs were a little wider. I tried the Large, but the waist was too big. I ended up with the Medium and they work great, just wished I had a little extra room in the legs

    Good Quality, Fit Okay

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: Small

    I'm usually between an XS and S in women's ski pants. I went with the S based on other reviews and because I like my pants a little baggy. The legs were a good fit but the waist was too big for me, even with the waist adjusters. Seems like good quality though, super light weight as far as insulated pants go.

    Great Fit

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: large

    The fit on these pants is perfect. The waist is not too low and hits just right on the hip. The Velcro is perfect for sinching the waist when needed or loosening it up. They have a cute cut. I took to Patagonia and wore them with base layers on very cold days - or when needed to stay dry put them on over skinny jeans and was very comfy. I also took them spring skiing in Tahoe and the venting was great to keep me from getting too hot late in the day. Pockets are great!

    No Ski Bunny Vibe!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    Here's what my wife has to say about these:

    Bought these pants at the beginning of ski season because I wasn’t feeling the baggy fit of my old ski pants anymore, and liked the slimmer lines of this pant. I wanted something that was lined and still more slim than my old pants, but would not give off a ski-bunny vibe. These are perfect because although they aren’t baggy there is plenty of room for movement, and they fit well and are flattering. I don’t have any issues with them being too low-rise, even when hiking around the mountain or bending over to adjust boots. They aren’t quite as warm as previous pants, but I just make sure to layer properly and if I overdo it the leg vents help cool me down.


      These are fantastic ski pants, they look and fit like a great pair of jeans. I bought the red color, it's a little more pink than I expected but still very nice. I didn't have the problem one of the other reviewers had with "plumbers butt" (low rise), these go quite far up for me in the back. No issues with sitting down. I'm 5'8" and 150lbs, usually wear a size 6/28 pant. Bought the medium, they are perfect with a bit of room to spare. Fitted, but not tight. I love that they aren't bulky like MANY of the other pants I tried (where I looked like a kid in diapers). Also nice and long which I love. Very happy, going to buy a pair of comfy performance tights to go under. Definitely recommend.

      Fashion before function

      • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
      • Size Bought: XL

      These pants returned because they are low rise, when you bend over you have plumber's crack. Soft material, adjustable waist nice. As one reviewer stated, she ordered an XL instead of L, as these are slim fit, that's true. I guess if you had the integrated FLyLOw jacket to snap into the snaps at the pant waist area, maybe you wouldn't have snow down your crack.

      Stylish yet functional pants

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: small

      These are my most favorite ski pants of all time. I love the cut as they're stylish but still completely functional - slim and flattering but not so tight that you lose mobility. They're insulated which keeps you warm but have interior leg vents for when you're hiking or are out on a nice, spring day. They're pretty darn waterproof and I'll wear them 90% of the time in all conditions (I spend a lot of time in the backcountry). Unless it's just absolutely drizzly wet then I'll wear the Flylow Nina pant. The durability seems to be long lasting as I wore these pants for a full season and they'll be good to go for another.
      The size small fits me perfectly (I've worn a size medium in these pants too and they're fine but they're definitely a bit baggier and not as overall flattering). I'm 5'5", 125 lbs and a size 26 in jeans. Also, I wear a size medium in the Flylow Nina pant hands down. Take note the sizing/styling for these pants definitely is different than other Flylow pants.

      Best pants out there!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: XL

      Being a girl, I have felt with so many ill fitting unpractical ski pants in my life time. Until I found the daisy pant. They are so comfortable, with the stretchy fabric, plus they fit so well. They hang nice, being semi fitted. I don't get a saggy butt or parachute legs. Not to mention they are the warmest pants I've ever owned but easily become breathable on sunny days with the leg vents. Technical and good looking what more can a girl ask for, wish I had them in every color. I like my pants a little big so I got XL

      Best Fitting Pants

      • Fit: True to size

      Following the format Lauren used below...


      These pants are the best fitting ski pants I've found to date. I am 5'7" 115 lbs and typically wear a size 0. I like more of a freeride style without being too baggy, so I ordered both a Small and Medium. The Mediums were way too big in the waist and about 4 inches too long. The Small fit perfectly.


      I ordered a lot of different pants this season because I just couldn't find one that I liked. This particular pair was my favorite - by far. They're insulated, super soft, and have a nice slim fit to them without being too tight. As stated below, they are actually flattering.


      I ordered both the Space and Clay/Olive. Neither were as expected. The Space color appears to be a sort of medium brownish-grey online, but they turned out to be pretty much charcoal grey with a slightly warmer hue. They were way too dark to go with my navy ski jacket. The clay/olive color appears (on my screen) to be a greenish-khaki color with cream around the waist. They are VERY green - like army green with khaki at the waist - very drab. So that was disappointing, as the colors look great online.

      Overall, I loved these pants but just didn't love how the colors looked in person.

      A Great Fit

      • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
      • Fit: True to size


      These pants have a great fit. I am 5'7" and 125lbs, typically wear a size 2 and the Small fit perfectly.


      I ordered a lot of different ski/snowboaring pants this season so I could get the perfect style. I was looking to keep 2 pair. This particular pair was my favorite style. They had a good amount of insulation and were as soft as could be. It's impressive how nice they look considering they are ski pants. Simply put, they are flattering.


      I ordered the Bluegrass. They are a perfect shade of teal, complete with a touch of yellow to offset the color. I just can't get enough of that color.


      Unfortunately the second I touched these I knew I would end up returning them. They are so soft and comfortable, but without Gore Tex, I felt this fabric wouldn't withstand a long day on the mountain. I snowboard a lot and on occassion you have to sit to bind in. Nothing is worse than being wet on the mountain. I must say, I did not actually wear these pants to ski or snowboard. They very well may withstand the elements. If you are looking for a pant for a chilly bluebird day on the groomers and want to look good, this pant is perfect for you. I personally was looking for a pant I could wear in any condition and wanted something more durable/waterproof. I just can't stop buying GoreTex. If these were GoreTex, they would be my absolute fav.

      Initial Impressions

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I tested a ton of pants and bibs for's Ski and Outerwear guides for 2015. Out of 6-7 pairs tested (1 day each) this FlyLow Daisy Pant was my very favorite.

      The fit was on the baggier/freeride style, but it wasn't overwhelming. I am 5'3" and 120 lbs and fit best in the size Small (though I tested a Medium).

      Of all the pants tested (BD, Marmot, Armada, Mammut) I found this one to fit the best, look the best, and offer a great value in a well-constructed package.

      I thought the backside was flattering and I didn't have the dreaded long-mom butt I experienced with the Black Diamond and Mammut pants. FlyLow has managed to achieve a much more modern cut/style.

      These pants are lightly insulated and I would most likely pair with a merino baselayer on really chilly days. Vents are an absolute MUST in my world since I do a lot of hiking, these could have been a bit larger, but they will suffice.

      All in all a really comfortable and stylish pant that does not sacrifice function.

      Initial Impressions

      I am 5'11 and weight 145 lbs and am wondering what is the best size to get: M or L? Also I am tall and they are low cut, would that cause a bad fit?

      Thank you!