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The Double Session Days of Spring

April 14, 2015
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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 […] [...]

Outside Online: Clothes You Can Feel Good About

April 13, 2015
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Outside Online: Clothes You Can Feel Good About

A portion of every sale of out Whitebark Tee* goes toward fighting pine beetle infestation, which has a devastating impact on the West’s snowpack, wildlife, and fire conditions. *Buy it here: http://www.stio.com/mens-whitebark-tee Read the article by clicking here. [...]

Today Show: Latest Running Gear

April 10, 2015
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Today Show: Latest Running Gear

As part of TODAY’s Run for TODAY series, consumer tech expert Jennifer Jolly shared the latest running gear to maximize your workout, including the Stio Divide Tech Tee. Buy it here: www.stio.com/womens-divide-tee Watch the video by clicking here. [...]

BikePacking

March 31, 2015
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BikePacking

In the early to mid 90’s I would pack up my school backpack with clothes, a flashlight, and some snacks, strap my sleeping bag to the top and ride a rusty 10-speed to my buddy’s house for an adventure under the stars. We wouldn’t ride far – just on some trails we had made on […] [...]

USA Today: Spring Gear

March 20, 2015
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USA Today: Spring Gear

Columnist Jennifer Jolly gets you ready for Spring with the best outdoor gear, including Stio’s Azura and Environ jackets. Watch the video by clicking here. [...]

Embracing the Season: A Spring Ski Mission to Mount Moran

March 18, 2015
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Embracing the Season: A Spring Ski Mission to Mount Moran

Despite yet another recent cold, sloppy May snowstorm that had just turned the valley into a pile of mud, the forecast suddenly looked sunny, clear, and as pleasant as could be expected for spring in the mountains. After a big year, the snowline was still nearly at the valley floor, and classic ski lines in […] [...]

Teton Freedom Riders

March 6, 2015
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Teton Freedom Riders

As we spring forward towards warmer days and melting snow begins to reveal familiar trails, we dust off our bikes and get ready for another season of riding. From the trails that wind up, down and behind Snow King, to the single track on Shadow Mountain and Ditch Creek; the Munger Mountain loop to the […] [...]

Let the Outside In

March 6, 2015
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Let the Outside In

I fell in love with the mountains during my first trip to Jackson Hole in 2005. The rugged Tetons emerging out of nowhere from the valley floor, the towering snow banks, the fresh alpine air, the wildlife – it was all so amazing. Having grown up just outside of Washington, D.C., I never really had […] [...]

Packrafting: A Brief History

March 6, 2015
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Packrafting: A Brief History

What backcountry traveler has not dreamed of being amphibious? Hiking by a remote river in Wyoming’s Teton Wilderness, or perhaps an alpine lake in the Wind River Range. The desire to travel on water is natural and intuitive. Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, in order to traverse the mountainous west, paddled watercraft up and down […] [...]

Spring Renewal: The Beginner’s Mind

March 5, 2015
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Spring Renewal: The Beginner’s Mind

I’ve got no business on the starting line of this race — a total beginner in a school of Nordic ski-racing sharks. Them: primed to qualify for nationals, perfectly kitted up and geared out, years of training and coaching, tapered form honed for this moment, ready to realize their goals. Me: primed to try something […] [...]