You may not recognize yourself in the pages of the Stio catalog (or their website) I certainly don’t. I am outdoorsy but not a backcountry skier, extreme mountain biker, or fly fisherwoman but I absolutely 100% love, love Stio clothing and gear, and I 100% recommend that you give it a try as well.
This is not a sponsored post. Stio is not paying me. I just want you to know that Stio has great quality clothing that you can wear daily. They are investment pieces that I wear and travel with all the time.
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There are a few things that I don’t like. For the price, I want a lifetime guarantee. Like I get with Patagonia. I believe the quality is there to support this policy, but Stio does not have this policy. If you find something you really like, buy a second one right away as you may not get it again, or the material or design may change.
I wear my Stio Women's Skycrest Insulated Snap Shirt in Mulberry all the time. I love it so much that I bought a second one I tucked away for the future.
I wish I had done that with my Stio Divide Shirts. I have it in 3 shades of blue, it is PERFECT for travel – no wrinkles, wash and go. But now they have changed the design and instead of buttoning all the way to the top under my neck, it is more of a V-neck that buttons to mid-chest. I personally do not like V-necks so I am bummed. If you like V-necks you are in luck!
In the cooler months of the autumn and in the winter, I layer up with the Thermop Fleece Snap Shirt in Wind River Blue as of right now, all the colors are sold out and I am waiting to see if they do a new round this winter season. The Turpin Fleece Snap Shirt is very close!
I wear my Divide shirts every week for work and for travel. During the fall and winter, I also wear my Stio Rivet Cords weekly and I plan on continuing to buy them as new colors come out. These pants are extremely well-made and very comfortable. I buy the Short inseam as I am 5 feet tall.
I also have a large variety of jackets and outdoor apparel. I stuff my Stio Second Light Windshell (windbreaker) in my backpack or carry-on bag for the plane. This little guy is magic! I have never seen anything so light and compact that can warm you up instantly!
Mr. Misadventures and I first discovered Stio by word of mouth. Our videographer during a campaign we did on the Oregon coast and Willamette Valley wine wore Stio during the trip and when we asked him about it he told us about Stio's environmental engagement, how all the snowboarders loved this brand out of Jackson Hole, Wyoming where Ryan was from. (His girlfriend at the time also worked there, so he got a discount!)
The first pieces that entered the Misadventures household were purchased by Mr. Misadventures and he too wears Stio nearly every day. These are his staples:
- Mr. Misadventures also loves the Rivet pants but in canvas, (where I wear the cords) which he wears with the Ashton Chambray Shirt.
- His day-to-day pants include the CFS Board Pant, the Glide Tech Tight, and when it is colder, the Gannett Peak Fleece Pant (which I have too!)
- I raved about my light windshell that he got one too, and loves it!
- In the winter, he lives in his Hometown Down Hooded Vest and layers up with the Tipton Tech Half Zip and the Wilcox Fleece Hoodie.
- For our trip to France, he wore the Ender PACLITE Hooded Jacket when it got a bit chilly
As you can see, we are all-in when it comes to Stio. It is a brand we love and we appreciate and support with our hard-earned money.
If you are looking for quality clothing pieces for your everyday life, and travel too, then take a look at Stio, especially watch their sales, you won't regret it.
How about you? Have you tried Stio? Do you have a favorite piece? Do tell!