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Sulli Builds a Ski

October 8, 2014
Founder's Forum, The Stio Life  
Sulli Builds a Ski

Who hasn’t thought about it? Especially when fall rolls around and you start thinking about your quiver. Your resort boards from two years ago have lost some life, and your backcountry setup is a little too narrow or a little too fat. Why not create the ski you know you want? Maiden Ski Crafting Co [...] [...]

Stio in Motion: A Music Colab

October 7, 2014
The Stio Life  
Stio in Motion: A Music Colab

  We ran into the Southern indie-rock band Roadkill Ghost Choir on their visit out to Jackson Hole this summer and fell in love with their melodic, but fervent sound that reminds us of ethereal fall afternoons hiking in the Park when the light is soft, but the air is electric. We knew immediately their [...] [...]

Men’s Journal: Second Light Jacket

September 29, 2014
Press  
Men’s Journal: Second Light Jacket

Men’s Journal puts the Men’s Second Light Jacket to the test. Check out the jacket here: http://www.stio.com/mens-second-light-jacket Read the review: http://www.mensjournal.com/gear/outdoor/the-perfect-portable-running-jacket-for-the-trail-20140922 [...]

Sierre-Zinal: Race of the Five 4,000 Meter Peaks

September 24, 2014
Friends of Stio  
Sierre-Zinal: Race of the Five 4,000 Meter Peaks

When our friend Rickey Gates, a professional runner on the international circuit told us that Sierre-Zinal, a 31km trail running race in Switzerland, was among his most favorite and most beautiful races in the whole world – we listened. When he said that they encourage Americans to come over and participate in this internationally recognized [...] [...]

Rock-About Series: Part III

September 5, 2014
Friends of Stio  
Rock-About Series: Part III

“What should young people do with their lives today? Many things, obviously. But the most daring thing is to create stable communities in which the terrible disease of loneliness can be cured.” -Kurt Vonnegut I almost have it. I’m so close. I look at Shelton sitting across from me, but avert my eyes when he looks [...] [...]

Backpacker Magazine: The Kirby Windshirt

September 4, 2014
Press  
Backpacker Magazine: The Kirby Windshirt

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Fisherman Out of Water

August 27, 2014
Friends of Stio, The Stio Life  
Fisherman Out of Water

Part I: The Adventures of a Newbie Fly Fisherman I grew up on the water, but casting a line wasn’t part of my usual summer routine. I was more at home behind the boat, satisfying my carving fix waterskiing or wakeboarding. I’ll also admit that when I moved to Jackson, Wyoming almost eight years ago, [...] [...]

Shape Magazine: Trail Running Gear Guide

August 15, 2014
Press, Uncategorized  
Shape Magazine: Trail Running Gear Guide

The Second Light jacket is Shape Magazine’s top choice for an early fall layer on the trail. [...]

Rock ‘About Part II, by Michael Holland

July 15, 2014
Friends of Stio, The Stio Life  
Rock ‘About Part II, by Michael Holland

“Experience is the name we give to our mistakes.”  – Oscar Wilde Aaron finds a crack in the rock and slots his fingers into the space between, then looks down to find where he’ll step onto the rock. He stands on his right foot and begins our climb up the first pitch of Positive Vibrations, a [...] [...]

Wonders Never Cease, by Jeffrey Parrish

July 1, 2014
Friends of Stio  
Wonders Never Cease, by Jeffrey Parrish

I go to sleep every night next to a book entitled “1001 Natural Wonders You Must See Before You Die.”    It’s written as an encyclopedia, an authoritative and final chronicle of the last amazing snapshots of nature you must see either before you’re gone or they are. It’s by my bed, and I guess [...] [...]