Backcountry

  1. Getting To Know: Camille Armand

    Getting To Know: Camille Armand
    We caught up with FLŌA team rider Camille Armand to find a little more about what he’s up to, and learn about his Fast Follow project…. More
  2. Pure wilderness: Nick Parks’ expedition to Kyrgyzstan

    Pure wilderness: Nick Parks’ expedition to Kyrgyzstan
    Kyrgyzstan might not be the first place you think of when seeking untracked snow, but mountain guide Nick Parks knows something you don’t… More
  3. WIN a Set of Baselayers with #MYFLOA

    WIN a Set of Baselayers with #MYFLOA
    Competition time for all you winter sports participants. We have two sets of our amazing Backcountry Baselayers up for grabs - that's TWO pairs - one for you and one for someone else, or a spare set for yourself, whatever you...
  4. Side Hits: Our Favourite Video Edits This Season

    Side Hits: Our Favourite Video Edits This Season
    Motivational scenes to get you fired up and hungry for the mountains…   More
  5. Ric Potter On The Hunt For Powder In Georgia

    Ric Potter On The Hunt For Powder In Georgia
    We caught up with FLŌA ambassador Ric Pottor following his trip to a remote ski area in Georgia… More
  6. Competition Time To #WIN A Set Of Our Backcountry Baselayers

    Competition Time To #WIN A Set Of Our Backcountry Baselayers
    Time for a bit of fun to celebrate our fully backed Kickstarter Campaign - WIN a set of our Backcountry Baselayers for yourself More
  7. Why We Say 'Backcountry Specific' For Our Baselayer

    Why We Say 'Backcountry Specific' For Our Baselayer
    The FLŌA Backcountry Baselayer is, backcountry specific, but not exclusive We’ve redefined what it means to produce high performance base layers, but here’s what makes our products perfect for the backcountry, and why we claim to be a 'backcountry specific baselayer' More
  8. The Importance of Baselayers in Sports

    The Importance of Baselayers in Sports
    Essential knowledge for anyone serious about outdoor pursuits… Your baselayer is arguably one of the most important parts of any outdoor activity. The best skis and equipment is all well and good, but if your body gets too cold, your performance is going to suffer. Maintaining core temperature when out in the backcountry is even more critical and when not maintained, can have severe consequences. More

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