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  1. #1
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    PSA: flylow warehouse sale

    if you can find your sizes, you can get some great gear

    https://flylowgear.com/collections/v...5jb20ifQ%3D%3D

    Quantum Pro jacket at $168
    Chemical pant at $144

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    Nice one. Thanks.

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    Three tech flannels incoming. Thanks for the heads up
    That Don't Make No Sense

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    Good PSA, thanks A.
    life ain't guaranteed, love your people while you can

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    Thanks for the PSA.

    I'm kinda in the market for a new hardshell - but my last/currnet TNF one didn't have a double main zip. I don't want to make that mistake again...

    The FL doesn't seem to have a double zip either. What's up with that? Is this the new "normal?"
    Why? To save 5 grams?

    If I got to pee, I'd really rather avoid peeing on the hem of my hardshell. A double zip makes that a lot easier.
    Same with getting into pockets, adjusting something on the underlayer etc.

    Probably should go in the "shit that annoys you thread," I know.

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    Thanks - picked up a QP and Chemical pants.
    Last edited by Smoova; 06-15-2021 at 01:51 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregorys View Post
    Thanks for the PSA.

    I'm kinda in the market for a new hardshell - but my last/currnet TNF one didn't have a double main zip. I don't want to make that mistake again...

    The FL doesn't seem to have a double zip either. What's up with that? Is this the new "normal?"
    Why? To save 5 grams?

    If I got to pee, I'd really rather avoid peeing on the hem of my hardshell. A double zip makes that a lot easier.
    Same with getting into pockets, adjusting something on the underlayer etc.

    Probably should go in the "shit that annoys you thread," I know.
    My standard is that if MiCol puts it in his FRS jackets, it's necessary, He puts 2-way zippers in them.

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    Thanks for the heads up. Just grabbed a chemical pant in L, took a bit of a gamble with sizing. If it doesn't work out I'll post it up on here.

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    One of the few marketing emails I've gotten where I clicked in and bought something immediately
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    well, in the three years i've been skiing i bet i can ski most anything those 'pro's' i listed can, probably

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregorys View Post
    Thanks for the PSA.

    I'm kinda in the market for a new hardshell - but my last/currnet TNF one didn't have a double main zip. I don't want to make that mistake again...

    The FL doesn't seem to have a double zip either. What's up with that? Is this the new "normal?"
    Why? To save 5 grams?

    If I got to pee, I'd really rather avoid peeing on the hem of my hardshell. A double zip makes that a lot easier.
    Same with getting into pockets, adjusting something on the underlayer etc.

    Probably should go in the "shit that annoys you thread," I know.
    I can't speak for Flylow but IME two way zips are more finicky to use and more likely to fail. I personally don't prefer them unless I'm wearing a harness.
    To each their own.

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    Non directed at flylow specifically, but wish clothing manufacturers would get their act together on making better touring jackets.

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    Thanks for the PSA, my wife has been wanting a new pair of bibs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowaddict91 View Post
    Thanks for the PSA, my wife has been wanting a new pair of bibs.
    Same. Just bought mine a new pair of Foxy bibs for a crazy good price. Thanks for the PSA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wes Mantooth View Post
    One of the few marketing emails I've gotten where I clicked in and bought something immediately
    Same, and then I get a email from flylow Dan him self thanking me personally for shipping with them.

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    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregorys View Post
    Thanks for the PSA.

    I'm kinda in the market for a new hardshell - but my last/currnet TNF one didn't have a double main zip. I don't want to make that mistake again...

    The FL doesn't seem to have a double zip either. What's up with that? Is this the new "normal?"
    Why? To save 5 grams?

    If I got to pee, I'd really rather avoid peeing on the hem of my hardshell. A double zip makes that a lot easier.
    Same with getting into pockets, adjusting something on the underlayer etc.

    Probably should go in the "shit that annoys you thread," I know.
    Fwiw, I like my Stio Environ Jacket with a bottom zipper. But as someone said, the zipper was more fragile and did get damaged after a couple seasons and I lost a few teeth. That said, they are hooking up a new jacket for free once the next line comes out so I'm not mad.

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    Good deals, picked up some stuff, thx

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