Flylow: USTSA’s new uniform sponsor
The US Telemark Ski Association has teamed up with Flylow to provide uniforms for our team members. This Colorado based company has made a name for itself in the ski industry, providing quality clothing for avid skiers that spend their days in the mountains either resort skiing or in the backcountry. We expect that Flylow’s durable gear will hold up to the demands of the US Telemark team during their hours of training and freeskiing. “We look forward to representing Flylow by wearing their clothing on the race course, the ski hill, in the backcountry and around town”, said USTSA President Russ Hobbs.
Read more about Flylow below and check out their website to see their great lineup for this winter.
Here at Flylow, we manufacture freeride apparel for the modern skier. Our team believes that we are in a new age of skiing, so our gear is constructed to meet the ever-changing demands of our sport. Simply put, our clothing is designed for the skiers who spend their days at resorts or in the backcountry and want gear that offers durability, comfort, performance, affordability, and style. The philosophy here at Flylow has not changed since our conception. When Flylow was established by college friends and Colorado natives Greg Steen and Dan Abrams, it was because we saw a gap in the industry. As both telemark and alpine skiers, we spent as much time in the backcountry as in the resort and we found that most people we skied with—including ourselves—were wearing mountaineering gear. These clothes were designed for light and fast travel in the mountains but they didn’t necessarily stand up to the rigors of riding in demanding terrain. In response, we developed a line of outerwear that has the mobility of mountaineering gear but the style and fit of freeride apparel. Throughout the creative process we have focused on balancing simplicity and functionality and as a result we’ve created products that will stand up to the harshest conditions, whether you’re lapping in-bounds steeps, climbing a skin track, hitting a kicker in the park, or drinking a beer on your tailgate at the end of the day. Thanks for checking out Flylow. We hope to see you out in the mountains.