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Flylow - Compound Pant - Men's

Flylow Compound Pant - Men's

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Item #FLG007F

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Tech Specs

Material:
[membrane/laminate] eVent, [cuffs] 1000D Cordura
Waterproof Rating:
20,000mm
Seams:
fully taped
Fit:
regular, articulated knees
Pockets:
2 zippered front, 1 zippered thigh (beacon), 1 zippered rear
Venting:
Direct Venting Expedition
Waist:
belt-loops
Side Zips:
yes
Claimed Weight:
1lb 10oz
Recommended Use:
all-mountain riding, all-mountain skiing, backcountry riding, backcountry skiing, freeride/powder riding, freeride/powder skiing
Manufacturer Warranty:
limited lifetime

Compound Pant

From first tram after a wicked snowstorm to heli drops along formidable peaks, the FlyLow Men's Compound Pant is just what you're seeking for reliable waterproofing and breathability on the deepest days of the season. eVent fabric with Direct Venting offers proven protection from deep powder while breathing exceptionally well for optimum comfort when you're moving fast and skiing hard. Articulated knees promote full range of motion desired for skinning, skiing, and hiking for fresh turns.

Fully taped seams and YKK waterproof zips seal out moisture from seeping through and dampening your mountain experience. Powder skirt snap connectors attach to your compatible FlyLow Jacket for protection from waist-deep snow. Cross-ventilation prevents overheating when you're working up a sweat on fast tours and demanding bootpacks beyond the resort. 1000D Cordura cuffs prevent ripping where the pant is most susceptible to heavy wear. For functional carrying, four total pockets store your essentials on the mountain, and a dedicated beacon pocket carries essential backcountry safety equipment.

  • Durable hardshell pants for burly days in the backcountry
  • eVent fabric repels moisture while storm skiing
  • Direct Venting cools you down on the uphill
  • Articulated knees for hiking mobility
  • 1000D Cordura cuffs withstand wear from boots and ski edges
  • Beacon attachment system in the pocket

LOVE THE INNER THIGH VENT

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: XL

Perfect pant for kicking uphills and flying downhill. The leg vents and breathability prevent me from getting sweaty on the up and waterproofing keeps me dry in deep and/or wet snow. The powder skirt snaps, that attach jacket to pant, gives me the protection that a bib would without having to futz with straps and layers. Also full-length outer leg zipper allows me to take the pants off while still wearing ski boots (perfect for gnar points ;)
I'm 6'4, 190lbs, long-legged and the XL was a good fit.

Favorite Ski Touring Pants

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Large

I got the Flylow Compound Pants earlier this season (Large, Fernet) and have worn them skiing in the backcountry and resort virtually every day since. First off, they are comfortable and fit well - they're light, but still durable, not too baggy and not too loose. The pockets are well-placed and handy as a result. The vents are great - I love the inner leg and outter leg combo vents - when both are open, you can really dump heat. A hidden feature of the double leg vents is when touring in a windy storm... close the vents on the windward side of each leg and leave the others open so you can still vent without letting the weather in. The Event membrane is highly breathable on it's own, so when it's really cold out, you don't always need to use the zippered vents. Last but certainly not least, I enjoy supporting the Flylow brand, as they are a small company that inherently understands what their customers are looking for, because the co-founders are still out touring, skiing and biking just like their customers.

Amazing Pants

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: Small

They perform perfectly. Just know that they run pretty baggy because they're designed to allow for the freedom of movement needed to telly.

Not quite long enough, otherwise awesome

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Gave these as a gift, and here's what he says:

These pants are durable, have great waterproofing, and are non-insulated.

The pockets are nicely situated for easy access because of their perpendicular positioning. This allows you to grab your snacks without having to pull out your wallet or letting anything else fall out. The one pocket has a key chain clip which is a nice addition, so you don’t lose your keys and ruin your ski day.

The pants have reinforced lower boot cuffs. This is awesome for anyone who wants to use these pants for a few seasons. The cuffs are a thicker material which helps mitigate cuts front ski edges.

Additionally, these pants have lots of venting. Perfect for a day of touring or inbounds bootpacks. At the resort, they are breathable but also keep your but dry when sitting on a wet chairlift.

Lastly, the one issue I have as a 6’2” individual is that they aren’t long enough. I chose the “M” for the waist width, but I could use another 1” - 2” in length.

Best most bomber pants out there!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Durable, water proof, breathable, and well thought out. The cross vents are wonderful and they are just the right fit. Pockets are the right size and don't accidentally leak stuff out when sitting.

18/19 Compound Pants

    Supremely rugged. Air permeable. next...

    Strong

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    Warm

    Stylish

    Dry.

    Good pants, very durable, a guy said "nice pants" to me at Brighton the other day, I said, "thanks, they're really warm."

    So far no complaints.

    Amazing Pants

      This is an awesome shell for midwinter days. The material feels impenetrable, but still it is a very breathable pant. The pockets and air vents are intelligently designed. Best snow pant I’ve owned, I’m expecting to get three or four years out of it.

      Only 4 years? These must be poorly made.

      Sick Pant for backcountry or lift shred

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Can’t wait to sit on wet snowy chairlifts with reckless abandon this year knowing eVent will keep my butt dry. Fit is perfect I’m a large for me. I wear a 32x32 street pant, but I like my ski pants with some room. These are perfect and would fit a bigger guy than me no prob.

      Compound Pant 17/18 Video

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        Men's Apparel
         

        XS

        (28)

        S

        (30)

        M

        (32)

        M (Tall)

        (32)

        L

        (34)

        L (Tall)

        (34)

        XL

        (36)

        XXL

        (38)

        Chest

        33 - 35in

        (84 - 89cm)

        35 - 37in

        (89 - 94cm)

        38 - 40in

        (97 - 102cm)

        N / A

        42 - 44in

        (107 - 112cm)

        N / A

        46 - 48in

        (117 - 122cm)

        50 - 52in

        (127 - 132cm)

        Waist

        28 - 30in

        (71 - 76cm)

        30 - 32in

        (76 - 81cm)

        32 - 34in

        (81 - 86cm)

        32 - 34in

        (81 - 86cm)

        34 - 36in

        (86 - 91cm)

        34 - 36in

        (86 - 91cm)

        36 - 38in

        (91 - 97cm)

        38 - 40in

        (97 - 102cm)

        Inseam

        29in

        (75cm)

        30in

        (75cm)

        31in

        (78cm)

        33in

        (84cm)

        32in

        (80cm)

        34in

        (86cm)

        33in

        (83cm)

        How to Measure:
        For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
        Chest:
        Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
        Waist:
        Measure around the smallest part of your waist.
        Inseam:
        Using pants that fit well, measure the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg.