Frigid temperatures don’t mean you can’t look and feel amazing. And, making people feel their best in the outdoors is where the Stio clothing brand stands-out from the crowd. If you love venturing outside but still like to stay warm, Stio designs clothing that blends comfort with fashion. The Wyoming-based brand offers a variety of winter gear to keep you storm-ready and right now its winter sale is offering up to 30 percent off plus free shipping while supplies last.
From ski and climbing apparel to cozy jackets and stylish flannels, Stio’s winter sale has got you covered. And if you’re shopping for the whole family this season, Stio has lines for men, women, and children, along with accessories and much more. You can only find Stio products online or at its flagship store in Jackson Hole. Shop some of the best-selling outerwear choices below and enjoy a sweet discount.
The signature Men’s Environ Jacket is a Skier’s Choice Award winner and was originally $439. The adjustable jacket comes with a helmet compatible hood and in six different colors. It’s perfect for open slopes or boot pack and has hardcore waterproof and breathability. It’s marked down to $350 and has nothing but raving reviews from customers.
The Men’s Shot 7 Down Jacket was originally priced at $549 and is now discounted to $439. This water repellent jacket has HyperDry technology to keep you warm and comfortable while also ensuring breathability. It is sealed with a removable powder skirt, contains mesh-backed zip pockets under arms and comes in gray or black.
The Men’s Environ XT Jacket was originally $409 but is now priced down to $327. It is designed for skiers who like to hit up the storm laps in the resort all day. As part of the Environ collection, it is featured with waterproof and breathable fabric. Take this jacket on your next backcountry day skiing trip and you’ll be set.
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