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FlyLow designed the Kung Fu Softshell for yo-yo runs, laps around the hollow, and five hour ascents followed by thrill-a-minute descents. Waterproof, breathable, and stretchy, this softshell jacket lets you ski with the will of a warrior! FlyLow gave the Kung Fu large underarm zippered vents, so you can get a rush of fresh air when you need it. Instead of a bulky powder skirt, three webbing strips attach to your pants’ belt loops, creating a jacket-to-pant connection that blocks incoming snow. This hooded softshell’s bonded fleece lining adds welcome warmth and moisture-wicking power for those cold aerobic days in the backcountry.

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5 5

Nicely done

I really like the fabric of this jacket - breaths like a champ and moves with you very well, is less stiff than most other soft shells. The velcro cuffs adjust very nicely, designed to not bunch up not matter how tight. Earbud port on the inside of the jacket from the napolean pocket. I'm not really sold on the "powder guard", but a drawstring waist more or less solves that. The hood is attached, but the jacket is designed so that the hood doesn't ride halfway up the back of your head when you zip the collar all the way up, done really well. The zippers are YKK, but they look kinda cheap, maybe because they use yarn for zipper pulls. Pit zips are average in length and open wide. I really like this jacket, looks sharp and functions beautifully. Size up!! runs small.

Does this jacket have a drawsting waist?

Does this jacket have a drawsting waist?

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Yes it does have a drawstring waist, adjustable at both sides. (I ordered one). Initial impression is good, followed advice to size up and glad I did. Full review to come later.

5 5

Best Ski Jacket Ever!

Looks great and functions very well. I was never too warm or cold. It's an excellent soft shell and can be used for more than just skiing.
Just be careful of the front pocket.

2 5

poor fit

Nice looking jacket, but the fit was poor. I am 6 feet & 180 (43 long shirt). Despite description stating that it would fit a 44 chest, the large fit more like it was cut for a 39-40 chest. Too bad.

3 5


MSRP $230?? I hope nobody actually paid that much for it..
I got it off steepandcheap for around $105 and that was maybe paying too much.

-Jacket made in China.
-There are holes in the inside of the pockets- I had a mint or something small in my pocket one day, and the next I found it stuck somewhere in between the layers of fabric of the jacket itself.
-Zipper strings feel / look cheap.

Other than that its cool; its lightweight, has good vents, and is pretty comfortable.
Jacket runs pretty slim too.

5 5

FlyLow is the Ultimate for AT / Backcountry

While backcountry skiing in Chile, the (American) guide I hired was wearing FlyLow from head to toe. Having never heard of FlyLow (despite being a gear freak), I was curious and asked him about the brand. He had nothing but glowing things to say about it, and demonstrated some of FlyLow's unique features (such as pants with flow-through leg ventilation for bleeding off heat when skinning). During the days we skinned together, my clothing was never quite vented/sealed comfortably, his was always perfect for whatever situation we were in.

His FlyLow stuff was already almost two seasons old, yet had no frays, cuts, or repairs.

When I got back to the States I got on FlyLow's web site and ordered one of everything they make.

FlyLow is the opposite of most ski brands - no hype, just thoughtful design. By AT skiers, for AT skiers.

FlyLow is the Ultimate for AT / Backcountry