Pounce through powder.
You definitely prefer to earn your turns, but some days waiting in the lift line is worth it to take endless laps. The Flylow Puma Jacket is a freeride-inspired jacket for women who just want to be on the mountain, no matter the run. Flylow's Intuitive shell uses a waterproof membrane, fully sealed seams, and a nylon face fabric for solid protection during storm days. The underarm vents can be opened up when you're on the bootpack, and multiple pockets help organize your essentials and flattering contour lines gives you a feminine fit.
- Freeride-focused ski jacket for deep powder days
- Waterproof membrane gives solid protection against snow
- Fully sealed seams reinforces weatherproof protection
- Fleece lining provides an additional touch of warmth
- Large underarm vents gives optimal ventilation
- Powder skirt protects you in deep conditions
- Multiple pockets separates your phone from your pass
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- Q & A
I love how this jacket looks and feels. The features are simple and well thought out. I typically wear small and got a medium. I tried it on with a base layer, mid-weight , and a nano puff and the medium jacket fits all of that perfectly.
High Quality Jacket
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: S
- Height: 5'5"
- Weight: 130lbs
The coat is very high quality, and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a versatile ski jacket. It’s a lightweight shell, but keeps you very warm. The fitting is perfect if you're looking for a longer ski jacket. The hood is an added plus, as there is plenty of room when wearing your ski helmet.
- Height: 5'10"
- Weight: 160lbs
I love this jacket. It is a great longer cut, awesome under arm venting, perfect hood. Bomber in a storm and lightweight and breathable for backcountry adventures. True to since. The adjustable arm cuffs are amply sized to accommodate even longer gloves.
The Flylow Puma Jacket
The Flylow Puma Jacket was featured in Outside Magazine's Best Jackets of 2018, see what they had to say below!
Best For: Dropping in.
The Test: The Puma would have cost at least $100 more had Flylow not skipped brand-name waterproof-breathable fabrics and utilized its own instead, but our testers didnât notice any loss in performance, even when banging out top-to-bottom Tram laps in Jackson Hole. This minimalist shell keeps things simple, light, and streamlined with merely four pockets, but it goes heavy on snow protection with a powder skirt, a hemline that comes down to the top of the thigh, and ergonomic cuffs that can cinch over gloves or under mitts. Last but not least, Flylow outfitted the Puma with the companyâs signature large pit zips to dump heat when youâre boot-packing in search of that freshest of lines.
The Verdict: A lightweight, well-priced ski shell at home on-slope or off-piste. 1.4 lbs
Hi, I'm thinking about getting this jacket for someone who is 5' 2" and 110lb or so. Would the size small still be too large?
She has a longer torso but still not a big person.