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Flylow Gear

Maker - Micah Hinton

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Tough Glove

Flylow Gear bakes their waterproof winter gloves—yes, you read that right, bakes—in Colorado. Each leather glove is heated three times to cure the double hand-coated, waterproofing sealer. The result is extra durable gloves that are still flexible, making them popular with skiers.

This design is practical beyond the slopes, too. Anyone who spends time in the cold outdoors can benefit from a pair. PrimaLoft filler insulates a rugged leather exterior, which is far stronger than typical synthetic materials. They mimic work gloves but with much more warmth and dexterity.

Founders Greg Steen and Dan Abrams launched Flylow in 2005 to make functional outdoor apparel that stood up to tough winter conditions, and have since become a trusted creator of cold-weather gear. And, yes, they are still baking their gloves in the oven.

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Small Business Support

Maker Story

Tough Glove

Flylow Gear bakes their waterproof winter gloves—yes, you read that right, bakes—in Colorado. Each leather glove is heated three times to cure the double hand-coated, waterproofing sealer. The result is extra durable gloves that are still flexible, making them popular with skiers.

This design is practical beyond the slopes, too. Anyone who spends time in the cold outdoors can benefit from a pair. PrimaLoft filler insulates a rugged leather exterior, which is far stronger than typical synthetic materials. They mimic work gloves but with much more warmth and dexterity.

Founders Greg Steen and Dan Abrams launched Flylow in 2005 to make functional outdoor apparel that stood up to tough winter conditions, and have since become a trusted creator of cold-weather gear. And, yes, they are still baking their gloves in the oven.