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One of the fastest growing ski apparel brands in recent years has been Flylow, a company that has earned itself a reputation for designing stylish clothes that perform well on the mountain too. But now plans are afoot to expand the Flylow catalog with a new line of casual gear that is meant to be just as at home in the backcountry as it is while roaming around town. 

The new Campfire Casual line is set to be unveiled at the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market gear show in August, but Flylow was kind enough to give us a sneak peek at what they have in store ahead of the official announcement. These additions to the Flylow line-up are meant to blend style and performance in a way that will appeal to outdoor enthusiasts of all levels. 

Here are a few of the items that will be coming from Flylow very soon. 

FlyLow Anderson Agave Shirt

Anderson Shirt ($60)
This good-looking collard riding shirt features short sleeves and fabrics made from anti-microbial bamboo and moisture-controlling polyester. This unique blend reflects Flylow’s commitment to the environment which includes using renewable materials and eco-sensitive processes where ever possible. Those materials make for a rich, durable fabric that looks good too.

FlyLow HotTub Black-178 copy

Hot Tub Hybrid Walkshort ($65)
Made from stretchy, quick drying fabrics, these shorts are designed for use in and around the water. But their design reflects a sense of style that puts them at home in just about any environment. Travelers in particular will enjoy the Hot Tub Hybrid, as they are perfect for warm-weather escapes. 

FlyLow Maclean Redwood-234 copy

Maclean Windbreaker ($90)
A lightweight, highly packable jacket that provides protection from the wind and rain, the Maclean promises to be a great item to have in your pack on those days when the weather takes an unexpected turn for the worse. This is the kind of well-made gear that you won’t ever want to leave home without. 

Expect to hear much more about Flylow’s new Campfire Casual line in the days ahead. And take a look at all of their gear at FlylowGear.com