Stio’s early fall collection is here with new colors, organic fabrics and recycled materials. Shall we explore?
Stio was founded in northwestern Wyoming by a group of outdoor enthusiasts. Inspired by the vast and beautiful nature surrounding their community, the founders of Stio channeled that inspiration into functional products that are infused with the mountain soul. Jackson Hole offers its residents with amazing outdoor adventures from days on the river to nights camping in the mountains, or skiing some of the most amazing runs you can imagine.
Stio channels this inspiration into innovation. Their outdoor apparel is designed with impeccable technicality that holds up with great quality and versatility. In every piece of apparel Stio makes, you will be able to tell that it was built with passion. Similar to the other best companies in this industry, Stio is concerned with the environmental impact that their clothing and outdoor activities in general have on the mountains and landscapes that we love so much.
Because of that, Stio has a long-standing dedication to loving and protecting the resources that allow us to enjoy mountain life. Part of this dedication involves using Bluesign® approved textiles wherever possible, making sure their supply chain is the least impactful as possible, and operating their workplaces responsibly.
The first round of early fall arrivals are now available at Stio.com. New colors, organic fabrics and recycled materials are the focus as Stio continues to strive towards better practices for greater global good. What do you say? Shall we explore Stio’s early fall collection?
Gear Up For Cooler Temps and Crisper Days
In Stio’s commitment to stewardship, they have pledged to do better with their materials choices, to ensure a responsible supply chain and to reduce their overall impact on the planet. With Stio’s use of organic cotton in their Saratoga Cord Shirt and Rivet Canvas Pant, they are able to use significantly less water and energy and protect habitat biodiversity. In Stio’s Sweetwater Collection, they use recycled polyester to decrease their use of petroleum and raw materials. Stio hopes you join them in their journey to being good stewards of the mountain life.
Saratoga Cord Shirt
Stio’s Saratoga Cord Shirt is rugged enough for the ranch work that inspires it, with the comfort and style for everyday life in the mountains or around town, the Saratoga Cord Shirt is a durable and easy-wearing cold-weather wardrobe staple. This relaxed shirt features soft organic cotton corduroy with a touch of spandex for active stretch, and the roomy fit easily layers over a flannel on cool fall days thanks to its smooth ripstop lining in the yoke. The metal snap button closures add a tough touch of style.
[$139 at Stio.com]
Rivet® Canvas Pant
A stylish canvas pant for active adventurers who like to get out and look good doing it, the Rivet Canvas Pant strikes the perfect balance between everyday, organic cotton comfort and flattering, effortless style. Finished with sophisticated detailing, and just enough stretch, these soft, canvas pants are as ready for an impromptu road trip as they are for dinner out downtown. A textured fabric face and five-pocket design offer reliable style in any season.
[$159 at Stio.com]
Women’s Sweetwater Fleece Hoodie
The folks living in Jackson Hole love fleece. It’s an athletic staple that’s also welcome at practically any mountain town function. Constructed with Recycled Lofton™ fleece, this casual hoodie with a sweater knit face and cozy, brushed interior comes in poppy colors and boasts stylish feminine details that elevate your look. Supremely comfortable, its wide neckline and unique front zipper allow for easy on-and-off. Features include princess seam lines, a drop tail hem, and a ruched collar with a contrast zipper at the neck. Thumbholes provide additional warmth when the temps drop.
[$199 at Stio.com]
Voices of the Mountain Life
Jorge Moreno: Bridging The Gap To Outdoor Experience
The satisfaction of immersing yourself in the mountains, filtering your water in a small stream and sleeping in the backcountry are all experiences that deepen our connection to the outdoors. This is what Jorge Moreno, who works at PGM ONE and is based in Lander, Wyoming, experienced last fall. Right as fall was turning to winter – Jorge made plans to reconnect his friend, Andy Cochrane on a three-day backpacking trip in the Beartooth Range of southern Montana. Now, as an ambassador for Latino Outdoors, Jorge is focused on helping bridge the gap between outdoor spaces and people who don’t feel comfortable outside. Visit Stio’s blog to read Jorge’s full story by writer, photographer and filmmaker Andy Cochrane.
On those days when you wish the trail goes on forever, gear up in premium performance styles. Made with technical fabrics that are warm, wicking, lightweight and breathable, these plans are designed to keep you comfortable while moving in the mountains no matter the conditions.
Pinion Down Hooded Jacket
Around town or in the backcountry, Stio’s lofted Pinion Down hooded jacket is great for hanging out around town or adventuring in the backcountry. This jacket will stick with you in all mountain seasons due to its mix of lightweight packability and layerable down warmth. HyperDRY™ 800-fill down delivers trusty warmth for minimal weight with a thickness that stacks easily under a shell or rolls comfortably as an outer loft layer. A high-collar, halo-adjust storm hood enables clear peripheral vision, while the Pertex® Quantum ripstop exterior sheds moisture with an 80/20 DWR finish and a semi-gloss surface texture. Flat-front hem adjustment and an internal stow pocket streamline it for work or play.
[$285 at Stio.com]
Pinion Down Pullover
The Pinion Down Pullover is our lightest-weight insulator, with a hoodie style and kangaroo pocket for essentials. It offers technical performance and classic styling to tackle unpredictable mountain weather. Recycled Pertex® Quantum shell and Allied Feather™ HyperDRY™ down fill ensures warmth and loftiness. The stuff pocket doubles as a camp pillow.
Available in Red Elderberry, Blue Heron, Mountain Shadow, and Tender Shoot
[$275 at Stio.com]
The Pinedale is Stio’s most versatile technical pant. The Pinedale spins on your snowbike, stretches for you on an ice face and isn’t afraid of shoveling the drive after a big storm. This incredibly comfortable, streamlined pant is the ideal weight and fit for any cool weather athletic pursuit. Everlight Softshell—an innovative, bluesign® approved combination of nylon, polyester and spandex—provides optimal comfort, flexibility, and breathability. The removable nylon webbing, Duraflex SIMPLX® cam belt buckle allows you to call the shots when it comes to perfecting fit, while articulated knees increase your range of motion.
[$169 at Stio.com]
Gannett Peak Fleece Half Zip
Stio’s Gannett Peak Half Zip is a put-it-on, leave-it-on, no-fuss technical midlayer that you won’t want to leave home without. From your cool morning bike commute to fall hikes, this performance fleece is a mountain must-have. Crafted with 100% polyester heathered fleece with a wicking finish and smooth, durable face, this fleece midlayer provides technical protection and essential core warmth with easy wearing comfort. Factor it into every adventure.
[$129 at Stio.com]
Voices of the Mountain Life
Huong Tran: Outdoorswoman & Search and Rescue Volunteer
Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Huong Tran is an avid outdoorswoman and mountain biker. She is an active member of Salt Lake County’s Search and Rescue team and works full time at the Huntsman Cancer Institute.
Tran’s love of the outdoors started with a fourth-grade field trip and used a pair of rainbow ski boots. As an Asian-American, Tran overcame cultural barriers in learning to love the outdoors. Now the outdoors are an essential part of who she is. Between long shifts in the lab and emergency SAR missions, Tran finds time to connect with nature on her mountain bike, hiking or kicking back on the lake. Visit Stio.com/blog to read Huong’s full story by writer and photographer Shannon Corsi.
Ashton Chambray Shirt
Stio’s hometown of Jackson Hole was founded on the ethic of rugged work outside. Stio has borrowed from that lineage with their 100% organic cotton chambray shirt, which blends the toughness inherent in the timeless woven material with a skin-side softness that stays comfortable enough for long leisurely days. Pearl snaps, pinecone buttons and classic Western detailing provides that high range identity to a piece that easily spans from work to rest to play. Adjustable placketed cuffs allow for an easy roll and a shirttail hem looks good tucked in or left out.
[$129 at Stio.com]
Skyblue Featured Video: Stio Presents: Attack and Release
For Stio Ambassador and chef Ranga Perera, the outdoors have been essential to healing from loss. After emigrating with his parents to the U.S. from Sri Lanka, Ranga lost his father to a heart attack. Coping with the loss eventually led him to Montana, where he was drawn to the magic of fly fishing and the solace of the river. Through being in nature and meeting the challenges of his personal journey, he learned the importance of mindfulness and of living life with an open heart.