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Flylow Richie Hoodie - Men's

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Tech Specs

Material:
100% polyester hard-faced fleece
Fit:
regular
Style:
hoodie
Hood:
helmet-compatible
Pockets:
2 hand
Water-Repellent:
DWR treatment
Claimed Weight:
10.5oz
Recommended Use:
skiing, snowboarding, casual
Manufacturer Warranty:
limited lifetime

Set the pace.

It's hard to regulate your temperature when you're setting a bootpack or trying to keep up with your buddies on the skintrack. When it's not quite cold enough for a puffy, but your hardshell just isn't doing it for you, reach for Flylow's Richie Hoodie. The Richie is part of Flylow's Z Line, which features durable, high-performance pieces ready for the alpine. With a hard-face fleece and DWR coating, you can rock the Richie on its own or throw it under a shell for a little extra warmth.

  • Hard-faced fleece hoodie for spring days on the slopes
  • DWR treatment repels light moisture for standalone wear
  • Helmet-compatible hood can be easily worn during corn laps
  • Hand pockets keep your fingers warm while après tailgating
  • Layers easily under a shell on more demanding weather days

Cooler than it is functional for my use

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: True to size

I love FlyLow and their stylings. Really wanted to love this jacket and use as softshell for skiing w good layers underneath. Looks super cool but way too thin for all but spring skiing. Good for a casual light jacket around town but I have plenty of those. YMMV depending on use-case. Still in search of a great softshell for skiing - prob need to get the arcteryx.

What are you layering with and just what are you looking for in a jacket (warm, super waterproof, insulated etc?) I am trying to get a read on your comment.