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Outside Online: Kids’ CFS Jacket

April 21, 2014
Press, Uncategorized  
Outside Online: Kids’ CFS Jacket

“The ultimate summer outer layer” is what the editors at Outside Magazine are calling our new kids’ lightweight  CFS Jacket in their latest round up of the ”Best New Gear for Active Families. See the full list here .     [...]

Interview with Resi Stiegler: Olympic Athlete and Stio Ambassador

April 16, 2014
Friends of Stio  
Interview with Resi Stiegler: Olympic Athlete and Stio Ambassador

Olympic skier Resi Stiegler talks about racing in Sochi, the serious winning streak that followed, and the good life in Jackson Hole. [...]

The Kirby Windshirt on DogLotion.com

April 15, 2014
Press  
The Kirby Windshirt on DogLotion.com

“…a ski bum’s dream come true”  and “pretty much all you need to get through an epic week of skiing and apres”  That’s how the rowdy freeskiing website, DogLotion.com fondly describes our Kirby Windshirt. [...]

The “Most Adventurest,” by Jeffrey Parrish

April 14, 2014
Friends of Stio  
The “Most Adventurest,” by Jeffrey Parrish

In the late Fall, the world’s leaders in the Adventure Travel Industry gathered for the first time ever in Africa to see what they might have been missing – to plan new exciting itineraries to draw ever more tourists to some of the world’s most incredible natural wonders – like the Okavango Delta, the thousands [...] [...]

Vescent Jacket Wins Best in Class from Gear Institute

April 2, 2014
Press  
Vescent Jacket Wins Best in Class from Gear Institute

We are pretty proud this week.  Our men’s Vescent soft shell jacket has just been awarded “Best in Class” from the rigorous testers at the Gear Institute. The well respected gear testing network describes the Vescent as “possibly the best all-around softshell textile we’ve ever tested.” Check out the Vescent here: stio.com/vescent and read the full review [...] [...]

Creek Gold: Illumination in the Desert

March 11, 2014
The Stio Life  
Creek Gold: Illumination in the Desert

It is our last day climbing in Indian Creek, and I’m gazing at the North and South Six Shooter as they tower over the desert. I ponder nature’s design with a beer in my hand, and the cold aluminum soothes my tired skin. The monoliths seem to stand there for a reason, I figure, as [...] [...]

SKI Magazine: Spring Skiing in the Vescent

February 24, 2014
Press  
SKI Magazine: Spring Skiing in the Vescent

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Passing the Torch, by Tigger Knecht

February 18, 2014
Friends of Stio, The Stio Life  
Passing the Torch, by Tigger Knecht

Jackson Hole is a place of strong traditions. For a small town Jackson seems to balance it’s world famous cowboy culture and also manages to leave space for it’s more recent alpinist traditions. It may be my Bavarian heritage or the fact that I have a deadly allergy to horse dander but I found myself [...] [...]

MensJournal.com: M’s Basis Shirt

February 7, 2014
Press  
MensJournal.com: M’s Basis Shirt

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Ski Santa Fe: Highway to Heaven Hill

January 30, 2014
The Town Hill Chronicles  
Ski Santa Fe: Highway to Heaven Hill

One thing’s for certain, Ski Santa Fe isn’t going to get rich off me and my high country, lowlife friends anytime soon. Our local ski area sits at the very southern end of the Rocky Mountain chain like an amulet on the charm bracelet that is the Sangre de Cristos. With two chairs topping out [...] [...]