First tracks and bootpacks.
It dumped overnight and you're waiting in line for first chair. Stoke is high but no matter how amped you are, your teeth are usually chattering by the time the lifts start spinning. Frosty powder mornings usually require an extra layer of down, and Flylow's Crowe Jacket is just the right amount.
Primaloft Eco insulation provides warmth without the bulk—a quick fix to toss under your shell on a storm day. Unlike down, synthetic insulation is water-resistant and breathable so you won't end up soaking wet when you decide to send it up a bootpack or sidestep around the backside. Lightweight and compressible, the Crowe is easy to pack down and stuff in the bottom of your pack when the weather can't make up its mind.
- A lightweight insulator for long days in the mountains
- Primaloft Eco insulation is warm and breathable
- DWR coating resists harsh winter weather
- Helmet-compatible hood for storm skiing
- Q & A
Waste of money!
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Large
I like the color/style/weight, but this jacket is terrible quality. Material is so flimsy that it tears on everything even just running errands around town. It is already full of rips with the stuffing coming out, and I have only been wearing it for two months. Too bad-I’d prefer to support the smaller companies, but not this one
Warm but not for layering
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
- Fit: Runs large
This is a nice jacket, and warm, but it runs a little loose. It's more of an outer layer than a mid layer.
17/18 Crowe Jacket Video
breathable and warm