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Stio Staff Picks

June 23, 2015
The Stio Life  
Stio Staff Picks

Our bikes wait patiently in the backs of trucks, on racks and outside our front door like eager Labradors itching to let loose when their owners free up from work. And once our tasks are done for the day, we head to the trails and bike paths in our favorite Stio pieces. Here’s what we ride […] [...]

Skiing Magazine: Gifts for Father’s Day

June 22, 2015
Press  
Skiing Magazine: Gifts for Father’s Day

Men’s CFS Board Short are among the top picks for outdoorsy dads, according to Skiing Magazine. Buy them here: www.stio.com/mens-cfs-short Read more here: www.skinet.com/skiing/articles/10-perfect-fathers-day-gifts-skier-dads [...]

InsideHook Welcomes Stio to Chicago

June 5, 2015
Press  
InsideHook Welcomes Stio to Chicago

Serious hikers, meet serious gear. InsideHook is an online city guide for adventurous men. Stio’s line of trail gear is reviewed in their latest edition for the Chicago region. Read More Here: http://www.insidehook.com/chicago/stio-outdoors [...]

Through the Lens

June 1, 2015
Friends of Stio, The Stio Life  
Through the Lens

As the days grow longer and the temperatures rise, our minds shift to the hikes and backpacking trips that await us in the Tetons. Enjoy this photo gallery of our favorite landscapes, trails and campsites that we will soon be frequenting. All photos by: Tristan Greszko See more of Tristan’s work at www.tristangreszko.com   [...]

Surf the Snake with CFS

May 20, 2015
Friends of Stio, The Stio Life  
Surf the Snake with CFS

Check out the CFS Collection, Stio Ambassador Resi Steigler and Tigger Knecht in action on Jackson Hole’s standing wave. Designed for amphibious adventures in the mountains — where docks are rocks and access to water often times involves a 2 mile approach — the CFS Collection was built with a durable, water resistant Sphero™ HO […] [...]

Letting the Inside Out: Two Weeks of High Elevation Archaeology in the Teton Mountains

May 10, 2015
Friends of Stio, The Stio Life  
Letting the Inside Out: Two Weeks of High Elevation Archaeology in the Teton Mountains

Archaeological research is always and adventure. Indiana Jones has forever epitomized fieldwork with visions of grand expeditions, dangerous encounters, and world travels. While real-life archaeology involves much more paperwork than bullwhips, every once and a while a field expedition will be a bit more adventurous than expected. Alpine archaeology, the study of past cultures at […] [...]

Vertical Harvest: Fresh Produce in Downtown Jackson Hole

May 8, 2015
Friends of Stio, The Stio Life  
Vertical Harvest: Fresh Produce in Downtown Jackson Hole

Eating a fresh, locally grown tomato in the middle of February is the stuff dreams are made of in Jackson Hole, but thanks to Vertical Harvest’s urban farming venture, locals will be enjoying caprese salads all winter long. Stio has been a proud partner of Vertical Harvest since they broke ground in 2014. With a […] [...]

SKI Mag.com Approves the Eddy Shirt

May 1, 2015
Press  
SKI Mag.com Approves the Eddy Shirt

SKI online ranks the Eddy shirt as one of the best shirts for skiing. 7 Flannels You Should Ski In Even though it’s not a flannel (it’s nylon), I love this shirt. It’s crazy comfortable, and Stio gives it an urban cowboy vibe with its pearl snaps. It’s stretchy without looking so, super breathable, fast drying, […] [...]

Q&A with Jackson Hole Alpine Athletes

April 30, 2015
Friends of Stio, The Stio Life  
Q&A with Jackson Hole Alpine Athletes

All things are not equal in high alpine training. What works in the gym may not perform on the trail. With these specific needs in mind, we developed the Alpine Athlete line of lightweight, moisture wicking, quick drying and thoughtfully designed apparel. We enlisted feedback and guidance from local athletes who put our gear to […] [...]

The Double Session Days of Spring

April 14, 2015
Friends of Stio, The Stio Life  
The Double Session Days of Spring

We often dream of deep, powder-filled, mid-winter days or the clear, sunny, endless days of summer. It’s then we think the snow will be lightest and the rivers and lakes the calmest. Or the mountain ice the thickest and the summer trails the driest. We forget the in-between, typically convincing ourselves that the shoulder season is […] [...]