Stio Rambler Reversible

Jan 31, 2013
Outside Magazine
Stio Rambler Reversible

Stio Rambler Reversible.    Photo: Courtesy of Stio

Flannel isn’t just for lumberjacks anymore. It’s appearing in synthetic base layers, Primaloft insulated shirts, and the Rambler Reversible from Stio, a startup based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Turned one way, the exterior is a brushed-cotton work coat that’s as tough as your grandpa’s Pendleton but softer to the touch; flip it around and it becomes a DWR-coated nylon windshell. Either way it’s handsome, well priced, and ideal for kicking around town, collecting firewood, or, on a warm and sunny spring day, riding the slopes. 1.2lbs

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