Stio Men’s Raymer Jacket Review
If you still haven’t heard of Stio, it’s time to check them out. Based here in our very own backyard of Jackson Hole, they pride themselves on “functional products infused with mountain soul.” Lucky for me, my holiday wish-list was answered and I got to test their new Raymer Jacket. Stio Raymer Jacket Review This  [...]
Patagonia Foot Tractor Review
Patagonia is changing the game with their Foot Tractor Wading Boots. By adding soft, multidirectional-gripping aluminum bars to their sticky rubber soles, slipping is a thing in the past. Patagonia Foot Tractor Boot Review Right out of the box these boots feel like a meeting with an old friend. Comfortable and supportive. Paired with the  [...]
Patagonia Dual Aspect Hoody Review
Patagonia’s Dual Aspect Hoody combines soft, stretchy, and durable materials to create a true hybrid between soft and hardshell jackets. Like nothing I have ever worn, Patagonia used their exclusive shelled Polartec Power Shield material with a softer and more breathable Polartec Power Dry material to give this jacket a powerful look and earning it  [...]
Eider Revelstoke 2.0 Jacket Review
Look good, feel good is Eider’s moto. An Alps based company born from tailor Georges Ducruet’s passion for well cut clothing and his love for skiing, Eider has been around for 50 years, known for its elegance and function. When I put the Eider Revelstoke 2.0 jacket on for the first time I couldn’t take  [...]
Arbor Westmark Rocker Review
Strapping into Arbor’s Westmark Rocker on a 15” day here at Jackson was like getting introduced to snowboarding all over again. With the float and playfullness of a fully rockered board and top notch stability it’s no surprise the Westmark is a repeat winner of Transworld’s good wood award. After testing this ride it’s safe  [...]