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Not entirely sure where to start? Allow us to take a moment and share with you what makes each of our unique outerwear collections really shine...
For you backcountry skiers, the Trew Gear Capow Bibs are our top pick. We love the design of these bibs, especially for their breathability and extra storage (plenty of zippered pockets).
We got our hands on their newly revamped top of the line bib pants called the TREWth Primo. This pair of bibs combines waterproof and bombproof while still being very functional.
You don’t have to spend $500 to find a versatile, trusted ski jacket...The Trew Gear Jefferson jacket for men or the Astoria jacket for women are reasonably priced and will last you season after season.
If you ski whatever the weather, Trew’s W Capow will keep you dry and comfortable. With a relaxed fit, a below-the-bust rise, options for inseam length, and an easy-to-drop seat, it was also one of the most comfortable and best-fitting women’s bibs we tested.
The TREW Chariot Bib s an A+ choice for women, thanks to the fully zippered drop seat...These bibs are built to be in it for the long haul with their reinforced seams and cuffs, fully taped zippers, and three-layer shell fabric.
If you want a super comfy shell that can handle heavy precipitation and abrasion at the resort as well as time spent skinning and hiking uphill, the Capow Kit warrants a close look.
TREW's Capow Bib is specifically designed for backcountry skiers, as the fabric is both stretchy and breathable, and we love that there are ample ventilation pockets in the bib and pants.
The Capow Bib feels durable, warm, and have a hefty amount of protection on the bottom part of the pants, where boots and things can slowly rub you into a new pair of bibs.
If you're looking for a new do-it-all kit for big missions in big mountains, no matter the time of year, give TREW's new LW Kit a look.
The Trew Chariot Bibs are very comfortable for different body shapes and heights, made from highly durable yet breathable fabric, good for backcountry and resort skiing and snowboarding, and have small design features that make for frustration-free wear.
I have been mountain biking in Trew Gear’s Basic T for a handful of months now, and honestly, it is the best shirt I have ever worn.
Also among our favorite pieces of snowboard apparel is the tried-and-true Trew Gear Trewth Bibs. A classic design, these stylish, well-fitting pants are super comfortable and include RECCO for search assistance in an emergency.
The TREWth Bib PRIMO ives up to the hype with plenty of pockets, great style, and very durable 20k/20k waterproof/breathable fabric made from recycled nylon.
TREW is doing a lot in the conservation space while also advocating for backcountry safety and education, and they recently launched a circular commerce program called Afterlife where used gear can be traded in and recycled or repaired and resold.
It all started with a pair of bibs made in a garage in Hood River, OR. Over a decade later, we're still making those bibs - plus a whole lineup of stylish, technical outerwear and more to keep us (and you!) happy in the mountains, no matter the conditions.
We're firm believers that it's less about what you do than how you do it and who you do it with. It's the experience itself, and the connections you make with other awesome humans that make this sport so damn special...and so stinking fun!
Everyone should have the chance to experience all that the mountains can provide, and we strive to share the love, give back, and make a difference in the world through a commitment to our brand values. The backcountry is better together. Period.
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