Daphne Insulated Jacket
Seeking a toasty ski jacket without drowning in excess bulk? The FlyLow Daphne Insulated Jacket offers low-bulk warmth in freezing conditions alongside premium waterproofing for raging blizzards and deep powder. The two-layer Intuitive membrane and fully sealed seams work in tandem to keep you pleasantly dry when you're making first tracks or skinning up your favorite backcountry stash. Primaloft Eco insulation mimics the heat-trapping loft of down insulation, but without losing warmth in soaking-wet conditions. This recycled, synthetic-based insulation allows for an easy release of moisture, so you're never hot and sweaty one minute, and then freezing-cold the next.
- Backcountry and Resort jacket that blends warmth and waterproofing
- Stretch face fabric keeps you moving comfortable up or down hill
- 2-layer Intuitive membrane seals out moisture from wet snow
- Fully sealed seams help prevent water from sneaking into layers
- Primaloft Eco insulation traps excess heat on the coldest days
- Helmet compatible hood blocks driving winds and blowing snow
- Plethora of pockets allow you to stay prepared for the day
- Item #FLGZ053
- Responsible Collection
- [membrane/laminate] Intuitive (2-layer), [face fabric] 4-way stretch (92% polyester, 8% spandex), OmniBloq DWR finish
- 80g Primaloft Eco
- Center Back Length
- adjustable, helmet compatible
- 3 exterior, 1 inner media, 1 inner dump, sleeve pass
- underarm zips (12-inch)
- Claimed Weight
- 1lb 8oz
- Recommended Use
- all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding, backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding
- Manufacturer Warranty
- limited lifetime
What do you think about this product?
December 31, 2020
So great, I bought it again!
- I've put it through the wringer
- True to size
I bought this jacket a few generations ago... I found it to be so comfortable and flowy. The type of jacket you don't feel while it is on. Yes, it is plenty warm but it is not stiff like other jackets. The hood fits over my helmet for the coldest of days. And the armpit vents allow me to cool off for warmer days. I put my previous jacket through the wringer with over a hundred days on the slopes and many other day to day activities in Colorado winter. After that, the exterior developed several small holes. I think this is reasonable given the torture I put it through over several seasons. I tried out several other jackets to replace it, but came back to this because it was by far the most comfortable for me with all the technical aspects I need on the resort as well as in the backcountry!
September 1, 2020
2020 Daphne video
Our most technical (and soft) insulated jacket.
January 19, 2021
How is the fit in the hips? I have an Armada stadium jacket thats pretty tight in the hips. thanks!