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Find your Stash.

Thrash your favorite pow stash while wrapped in FlyLow Gear’s Stash Pants. And whether that stash is in a backcountry bowl or hidden somewhere in the trees at your local resort, these snow-seeking, fun-loving pants have the features you need on your quest for endless fluff. Waterproof breathable fabric and fully taped seams help prevent wetness from ruining your day—assuming you don’t pee your pants due to all the fun you’re having.
  • Three-layer Intuitive fabric combines dobby nylon with a waterproof membrane to shed heavy snow, sleet, and rain, yet it is still breathable enough to allow your sweat to evaporate
  • Fully-taped seams block external moisture from sneaking past the fabric’s defenses
  • Articulated knees for greater mobility when you’re skinning up your favorite peak
  • Cross-flow zippered leg vents (18-inch outer vents and 9-inch inner thigh vents) keep your legs cool as you burn off the calories from your cheesy, sausagey breakfast bagel

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5 5

awesome pant

Great pant. Plenty of room but not baggy. True to size and good pockets for stashing small items.

3 5

Great fit, mediocre performance

I was really excited when I first tried these on. The fit was exactly what I was looking for: stylish baggy but not so much that it restricts movement or feels heavy. I'm 5'8" 32-33" waist and the medium fits perfect. Some of the comfiest ski pants I've ever worn. Out of the bag they seemed really well made with solid light feel, good seams, well placed vents, and burly cuffs/knees.

Performance on the mountain was good in dry snow and for hiking. The breathability, weight and vents worked well for some full day tours and long resort days.

My biggest knock on these is on snowy wet days I get pretty wet in butt from sitting on snow covered chairlifts. Also, my thighs get wet when it's really snowing hard. So the waterproofing has not been up to snuff. At the end of a storm day my base layers are pretty wet. My brother has the same problem with the same pants. I ski in Utah so I'm not dealing with really wet snow all the time. Waterproof wise, these don't hold a candle to my previous pair of Burton AK 3Ls which had GoreTex XCR. Those kept me dry as a bone after 4 or 5 seasons, but they were pricey (twice as much as the flylows) and the cuffs get shreded from skis.

All in all, I guess you get what you pay for. The low price is nice but the waterproofing could be a lot better. I'll use these for the rest of the season but be on the lookout to upgrade for next.

5 5

I love these pants

Most packable & breathable snowpants I've ever had...vents are sweet, they're waterproof, and on warm days you wouldn't need to wear tights under these either. Also have a bit more style than any of the other pants that are aimed at the backcountry/touring market, but not so baggy they drag on the ground or look cheesy. Buy these pants / Pretend you're Marlon Brando.

5 5

Awesome snowboard pants

Great snowboard pants overall. The fabric is really tough, should stand up to years of abuse. I have a 30 inch waist and am 5'8'' tell and the small fits me great, although a belt is still necessary. The fit is loose but not overly baggy and the inseam is not too long like some pants, probably about 30'' or 31''. Also tons of storage space with the two cargo pockets. Only improvement I would make is a zipper at the cuff in addition to the snaps.

from the description and pictures, is it...

from the description and pictures, is it correct that these do NOT have adjustable waist tabs?

Responded on

No, they do have adjustable waist tabs. Velcro tabs on each side.

from the description and pictures, is it...

from the description and pictures, is it correct that these do NOT have adjustable waist tabs?

Responded on

these do have adjustable waist tabs. they are on the inside of the belt line.

4 5

BANGIN'

First, FlyLow needs to start thinking about girls, but for now mens will work too. These pants rock...(especially the blue). They are durable and wind proof and water proof and just bangin. But they sit real high up on your TRUE waist; at least if you're a girl with any hips. I AM a girl, to make things clear- if they weren't already. SO GIRLS: I'm about 5'8, 145 lbs and got hips and a booty, I have the size small pant, they're perfect if you're down with the waist being at your true waist, otherwise order up a size or two if you're gangster enough. FREE HEEL FOR LYFE, FlyLow...SayHi.

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Next year BC.com should have the girls stuff too!

Wondering if any of the flylo's run longer...

Wondering if any of the flylo's run longer in the inseam vs what the size chart references? I'm 6'4", 215 lbs and need a 35"-36" inseam...

Responded on

Flylow pants do run a little bit short compared to the rest of the industry in the inseam versus waistline size/lengths; designed by and made for some of the shorter ski comrades. I am 6' 180 lbs with a 33" waist and a 33" inseam guy and do not like having cuffs up by my boot tops. After talking with some buddies I went with an XL and a good belt to get the fit and length I wanted. I'm not sure how much longer the XXLs would be but you can also combine the pants with the hook in feature of the jacket to make a psuedo one piece which would accommodate a shorter inseam.

5 5

Solid Trou

This is a well-built workhorse with modern style. I love these pants and at 5 feet 11 inches with a 33 to 34 inch waist I sized up to a large. The mediums fit like my jeans at the waist and did not leave much in the way of room for layers for me. The cut in the legs is a little boxier after sizing up, but no issues. Being used to full zippered mountaineering pants, I was a little skeptical with the partial zips, but the side venting keeps temps in line. These are super comfortable pants and in today's high priced boutiquey gear market these are an amazing value at $265.

5 5

Quality Gear

I have the Chemical Pants and found them to be bomb proof and quality on par with oyher premier back country gear at a significant savings.

I wanted a looser fit and ordered the stash pant and was not disappointed, same quality light weight construction.

The sizing chart provided is a bit misleading. If you like a loose fit consider ordering the next size up. Although advertised as a lose fit free ride pant if you order to the chart they fit more "tailored" than I'd expected.

My only gripe is inseam length is exactly as shown on the chart and in my opinion 32" in a large and 33" in XL is not adequate for those with 33 + needs.

Haven't tried the coats yet but I'm certain I won't be disappointed!

Wonder if they are baggier then the chemical...

Wonder if they are baggier then the chemical pant?

Responded on

The Stash Pant is one of FlyLow’s latest developments in ski pant innovation. Following our tenets of utilitarianism and style, these pants offer a lighter and looser fit (our ‘freeride fit’).

found on flylowgear.com

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I just went to the store and tried on both the Stash and the Chemical. They are almost identical in fit and material. The Chemical has some extra reinforcement on the knees that makes them feel a bit stiffer. I got the Stash since they came in a prettier color.

Responded on

After comparing the two I think they have the same amount of baggy in the legs.

5 5

Great Pant!

This pant is as functionally sound in the back country as it is good looking in the park. I love the cross-ventilation and the added pockets on the legs. Great everyday pant for the price and they'll last for seasons.