Stio is a new Jackson based apparel company that has stepped up to fill the void left by Cloudveil's departure from town. The company hopes to blend beauty and function within its products to meet the needs of a mountain lifestyle. To this end, Stio's Men’s Hometown Down Jacket is a strong embodiment of this goal.
Amidst our second high pressure cycle in as many weeks with the mercury dipping below zero to as low as -9° F, my Hometown Down Jacket has been essential for getting around town. Its lightweight 800-fill down helps keep me warm on these coldest of days while still looking good. It includes a removable hoody, plenty of pockets, and an adjustable drawstring at the waist to help keep as much heat as possible in. The Hometown down comes in two colors: tap shoe (black, my choice) and rosin (a dark green). While the jacket lacks a powder skirt (I've love to see a removable in future models), I've already seen a couple of them in the Tram line over the past couple of weeks. Look no further than the Hometown Down next time you're in the market for a puffy.
Stio also makes a Women's version of the hometown down, check it out here.
Olympic gold-medalist Joss Christensen took to social media this weekend after being stalked by two females for over three days. The pair of stalkers first approached Joss outside his gym and asked for a picture. The next day he spotted them near his mother's house while he was visiting. The pair then followed the Park City skier back to his cabin yesterday, which turned out to be the final straw. He took to his Instagram to post the following message, urging the females to leave him alone
JACKSON, Wyo. — Saying he’s done wasting time and is ready to devote his entire winter season to ripping pow, 4-year-old toddler dirtbag Caden Henry officially dropped out of preschool Monday so he could move to Jackson Hole and finally have the winter of a lifetime he's been waiting a whole year since learning to ski to enjoy. Instead of spending the winter coloring, learning the ABC’s and counting to 10, the grom plans to chase storms around the Tetons while living out of his retrofitted
The 2017 TGR Hall of Fame At the 2017 TGR Family Dinner, co-founders Todd and Steve Jones announced the first round of inductees into the TGR Hall of Fame, bringing back many stoked memories of the incredible work these athletes have done throughout their lives. The inductees and their families were in attendance, receiving a three-night stay at the Teton Mountain Lodge during the world premiere weekend. All three athletes led storied careers, pioneering the world of freeskiing and