Whether you're blasting off in the park or making first contact in an untouched powder field, stay warm and dry while you shred with the Flylow Men's Roswell Jacket. it combines laid-back style with high-performance features to keep you looking good and feeling comfortable from the resort to the backcountry.
Spaceloft insulation offers much of the lightweight warmth and compressibility of down, but unlike down, it won't give up on you when it gets a little wet. Not that getting wet should be a problem with the waterproof Intuitive fabric, DWR treatment, and sealed seams. And when things heat up in the afternoon, bust open the large underarm vents to get cool air circulating quickly.
- Ski Jacket ideal for those frigid mid-winter days
- Intuitive fabric sheds snow and breathes well
- Sealed seams and DWR treatment enhance waterproofing
- Spaceloft insulation is lightweight and compressible
- Large underarm vents cool you off quickly
- Hood fits comfortably over your helmet
- Powder skirt keeps snow out
- Five pockets stash daily essentials
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- Q & A
I bought this product for 20 bucks more a week ago. The color that is shown on the red and grey version is not red and grey it is a navy blue color. Still sick but questionable on the price drop. Shop around more
The Best Jacket!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Large
- Height: 5'10"
- Weight: 165lbs
This Jacket is amazing! I've spent more than half of the winter in this jacket and experienced no problems at all (and I see no problems arising). This jacket is durable. You can rub up against tree branches big or small and experience no ripping or signs of damage at all. Also, the Rosswell has great style and fit for resort skiing, and also the backcountry! I have skied from -30 degree days to 40 degree days and every day I am comfortable. If you get hot just pop open the massive pit zips and let your man stick free (just make sure you close them for the lady sitting next to you on the lift). This coat is amazing and I can see myself skiing in it for the next 10+ years.