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A workhorse pant for everyday, in-bounds riding.
Every outerwear company has a classic product that defines the brand, and for FlyLow, that product is the Men's Stash Pant. This loose, freeride-inspired ski pant features burly shell material, a waterproof breathable membrane, and top-shelf, cross-flow venting. After reviewing customer feedback, FlyLow decided to ditch the heavy knee-reinforcements used in past seasons, so now the Stash Pant is lighter and more packable than ever.
- Intuitive Fabric utilizes a waterproof breathable membrane that allows sweat to escape while protecting you from external moisture
- External DWR fabric treatment repels moisture and causes water to bead off the shell fabric
- 1000D Cordura reinforcements increase the overall durability of the nylon shell fabric
- Fully taped seams further improve weatherproof protection by stopping leaks at seams
- Loose fit provides room to move and room for plenty of layering underneath
- Inner and outer thigh vents work together to cool you down quickly thanks to cross ventilation
- Hidden tabs allow you to adjust the fit at the waist quickly and easily
- Six pockets store gloves, goggles, keys, and lifty bribes
- Seamless reinforcements improve the durability at the bottom of the leg cuffs
- Internal powder gaiters include stretchy material that closes securely around the tops of your boots
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Decent Pant, Not worth $260
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: Runs large
First off, I got these pants off the clymb. They have GREAT deals on outerwear. Cost me 103 bucks shipped.
I use these pants to ski at resorts. I insulate underneath with a baselayer, fleece layer, then these as the shell. They work well in this type of use.
I have not tried them backcountry touring, but I would expect these to perform well, they have huge vents and can dump heat easily.
They seem quite durable as they are more of a heavy weight shell as opposed to ski mountaineering pants which are much lighter. The reinforced ankles have not got scuffed up or cut at all by my skis. Not a good packable leg shell for multi-day backpacking trips, where you move from site to site daily. But would make a great shell if you were to do a multi-day trip base camp style, where you would go out for day climbs but ultimately camp at the same area for a few days.
I am 5'9" 158lbs athletic build and boy are these pants baggy. I bought a Medium. They fit me fine but they are quite loose in all areas even with fleece pants underneath.
I have not tested them in a blizzard so waterproofing/breathability I can't comment on. But I have sat in the snow for probably 30 minutes and my butt was not wet! Theres a data point for you.
Very nice construction but way too short
- Fit: Runs small
I really, really, REALLY wanted these pants to work for me. I am tired of purchasing from the "big" brands and wanted to support a smaller, local outfit.
I am 5"10" 175 lbs and ordered a Medium. They fit like a relaxed jean, not baggy at all, almost a bit trim, but are much too short. The inseam of the Medium measures 28". Most mediums are 31-32". My guess is these pants are the short Medium.
Also, the color is not similar to the photo on the website. The color is more light brown/gold than yellow/gold. My wife said it best. They look like Carhartt gold/brown canvas pants. While not my favorite color, the length is a deal breaker as they come up to the first buckle on my boots... :(
Come on FlyLow, when every company has its own sizing model things get dicey. Copy the sizing of North Face or Patagonia. Most of us are familiar with their fit. That will increase your success. Thanks!
Like these pants, but too short
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: Runs small
I really like the material, the style and the functionality of all of the Flylow pant models (I have used or at least tried on every model), the only problem is they all have an unusually short inseam. This may not be an issue for average size guys, but for any of you that are taller (+31.5" inseam) but have an average waist (32"-35") these pants likely will not fit well.
I'm in Colorado, I love this local band and their success story. I just wish they would offer a long size option.
No mesh in the vents
So I got these and returned them right away. There is no mesh in the vents. Just something some folks would want to know since it's not in the description at this time. I returned them immediately because it's a complete deal-breaker. They seemed nice otherwise.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I had originally bought these in an XL but the xl was way to baggy and long. Im 6'0/ 190lbs. They are amazing pants, they are freaking bullet proof. I love my Flylow gear.
Solid Shell Pant
Love the cross venting for backcountry. This is literally just a shell pant. The inside is not brushed or softened in any way. When wearing these without any base layer I actually developed a blister on the lateral knee from the fabric rubbing against the skin. They also fit a little short. I normally wear 32x32 in my pant size. The medium was a little too short, so I had to size up to the large. Otherwise they have kept me dry and warm when paired with the appropriate base layer.
I have had these pants for 3 seasons now.
They are unstopable!!!! The cuffs have the regular small cuts in them; which I expect from a daily ski pant. Otherwise they have held up amazingly well. You can't tell that they have so many days on them!
Great fit, and excellent weather proofing. I would 100% recommend you buy these!!!!
Bad to the bone
I dare say these are the best pants possible for a split boarder, or anyone who plays around in the backcountry for that matter. I had heard great things about fly low, and wasn't disappointed. These are a little too baggy for my taste, but I don't tele and didn't want the reinforced knees. Doesn't hinder performance though, there's lots of room to move around. Just a style preference. The dual vents on both sides of the legs are super clutch for cooling things down when you're cranking up mountains, I don't know how I ever lived without them. I was surprised that I can operate all the zippers, including the vents, with one hand. These pants aren't insulated, which is what I prefer but might be a problem for other people. I accidentally just wore my boxers underneath one day and was plenty warm. They've also stayed completely dry in spring slush and rain.These are super bomber and held up really well to riding tight trees in the back country, not to mention regular slices from edges. If you spend most of your time in the backcountry and don't mind the baggier fit, GET THESE PANTS !!!
Layer and waterproof
When i bought these i thought I was getting some super bomber pants that would hold up to anything I threw at them. They failed after a few storm days. It was snowing really hard one day in FEB and these pants just got so wet, like frozen too. NOT pleased. I recommend you add water proofing to these b/4 you wear them. The material is great and the cuffs are super burly but the Gore-Tex Tech is non-existent. Also they aren't insulated and keep in 0 heat, add an extra layer (something i never do)