Go-to comfort gets a material upgrade in our new Whitebark Hoodie, designed for the relaxed days between epic gravel rides, tagging summits or lapping the lifts at the local hill. Made for delicious warmth and built on a foundation of conscious materials, heavyweight, 100% organic French terry cotton and robust yet clean design add substance and style to crisp runs to the coffee shop or lounging at the cabin. At home in the everyday to-and-fro, the soft, looped interior lining delivers exceptional comfort and stretch ribbing on the sides, cuffs and hem support ease of movement for post-workout stretching. The double-lined hood provides extra warmth, the small drop-in pocket nestled above the ample kangaroo pocket keeps your phone or headphones handy.
We completely offset the footprint of each order through our commitment to being climate neutral. As part of our mission we value being good caretakers of the mountain life and protecting the places where we play.
We are committed to building garments that are durable, timeless and continue to perform season after season. Over 50% of our product line incorporates preferred materials, which include organic cotton, recycled materials and responsibly-sourced down. We are committed to growing our preferred materials usage to 75% by 2025.
We believe a circular commerce system will design out waste and pollution, allowing for used clothing to be renewed and put back into use. Stio Second Turn™️ is our gear renewal program that allows customers to trade in and shop used apparel.
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