JACKSON, Wyo. — If you’re in need of some last-minute holiday gifts, swing by Stio’s Jackson Mountain Studio off of the Town Square and let them help you find the perfect options. Here are a few suggestions from the team as starters.
As a backcountry enthusiast, I got my husband the Eddy Slope Shirt. Not only is it breathable and stretchy, but it’s UPF 50+ rating offers sun protection on bluebird days. – Annie
I bought my brother the Rivet Utility Pants. The textured fabric face and five-pocket design is reliable for handling tough conditions at the construction site. – Maddie
The pinion down vest is a perfect staple item for my mom during her brisk winter walks! It’s lightweight and easily packable features make it easy for her to take it on the go. – Marlo
Duffel bags for the fam! There’s nothing better than traveling in style, and knowing you can’t lose each other in the airport. – Olivia
I’m getting my sister a set of Turpin Fleece Pants and Crew Neck for those relaxing post powder day evenings. – Kendra
My brother lives in Brooklyn, so it was an easy choice to get him the Skycrest Insulated Snap Shirt. It’s a great jacket for subway commutes and weekend strolls around Prospect Park. – Kip
I’m gifting myself a Fremont Stretch Fleece Hoodie. It’s flexible fabric is ideal for warm ups on the hockey rink. – Robbie
I’m stoked to get my wife the Hometown Down Hooded Jacket. This mountain town staple offers sustainably sourced down and comes in fun colors! – Ian
The Alpiner Hooded Jacket is a perfect gift for the runner in your life. – Ben
I’m gifting my nephew the Kid’s Rafferty Insulated Jacket. With a waterproof outer shell and 80g Peakfill™ synthetic insulation, this jacket is perfect for his first winter on skis. – Janet
This season, Stio’s regular store hours on Jackson Town Square and in Teton Village are 10-6 daily, with few exceptions.
Stio hopes to see you in-store, but even if not you can visit their online store 24-7 at Stio.com. Here’s to time outside as we wrap up the year!