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List Price US $215
Flylow Stash Ski Pant Review
Type Shell
Treatment Type DWR
Insert Type Other
Insulation Type None
Taped Seams Fully Taped
Waterproof Zippers No
Bib No
Jacket to Pant Interface No
Venting Inner
Meshed Vents No
Layer Count 2 Layer
Company Waterproof Rating 10K
Company Breathability Rating 10K
Manufactured in
Waterproofing Average
Breathability Average
Warmth Poor
Fit

Semi Baggy

Packability

Normal

Flylow Stash 2016 Review by A Better Ski

The Flylow Stash pant is really just a standard entry level freeride pant. It offers a loose freestyle fit, solid ski specific features, and a relatively budget friendly price.

Flylow Stash Ski Pant Review

Tester: Matt

Pant Size: M

Matt’s Specs: Sizing Info

Waterproofing and Breathability: The Flylow Stash has a 10k/10k waterproof and breathable membrane. This is the industry standard for waterproof fabrics and is typical in lower end outerwear. It’s a good membrane for casual skiers on a budget. It will offer waterproof protection, but won’t really be good for skiers that see a lot of heavy wet snow or rain. If you’re the type of skier that only gets out a few times a year, 10k is usually perfectly okay. If you’re skiing 50 times a season and half of those are wet and snowy, you’re going to want a higher tech membrane or laminate.

Fit: The Flylow Stash pant has a loose freestyle fit. I didn’t find it over the top, but I think I’d size down to the small for my body type just because I like a tighter fit. The Stash will give you plenty of room for layering, as well as plenty of mobility and movement. If you prefer a loose freestyle fit, you’ll like the fit of the Stash.

Warmth: The Flylow Stash is a 2-layer shell without insulation. It’s not a very warm pant, but does offer plenty of room underneath for layering. I could probably use this pant on all but the coldest days on the mountain and be just fine.

Features: The Flylow Stash only has standard waterproofing and breathability, but also has fully taped seams, inner leg vents for air-flow. I love having leg vents without mesh, but these aren’t very big. It would still do okay cooling you off, but probably not great. The thing I like most about the Stash is the amount of pockets. There are 6 in total, including two large cargo pockets, two hand warming pockets, and two back pockets. This gives me plenty of room to bring all my gear and personal items with me.

Bottom Line: The Flylow Stash pant is a pretty standard entry level freeride pant. It would be perfectly fine for the casual resort skier that only gets out a few times a season. The thing that sets it apart from other entry level pants is the Flylow quality, and stylish look. It’s perfect for the casual skier that likes the loose freestyle fit.

 
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2016

 
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