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New Outerwear for Summer Missions.
Closeout items at deep, deep discounts.
Tour de force. Designed in collaboration with CAPOW Guiding of Revelstoke, British Columbia Looking to put some more glide back...
All hail the chariot. The Chariot Bib is a veteran in the TREW lineup, back for its 6th iteration and...
Cosmic Charlie, how do you do? When the universe demanded a durable ski shell that was equally comfortable climbing peaks...
Never out of style. Haters say that bib pants are fashion statements. But if the TREWth Bib is making a...
TREW is an outdoor gear company born in Hood River and now based in Portland, Oregon. We make the best apparel for backcountry skiing and snowboarding and we deliver it to our radical customers with a thumb's up and a smile.Read More
At the TREW Headquarters in Portland Oregon, it's currently 100 degrees. Amidst this heatwave, we are finding ourselves looking back...Read More
It's officially June. As I sit here writing this, the thermometer in my window is reading 95. I have the fan...Read More
TREW started in 2008 when we made the greatest snow bib the world had yet seen. We design our stylish outdoor clothing around the varying weather and demands of the Pacific Northwest. Which, as it turns out, makes our outerwear capable of handling anything and people really appreciated that.Read More
"For shirts, I like NuYarn, which is made from a stronger merino weave that holds up better to regular washing. TREW makes an excellent ultralight tee from that material."
"At WIRED, we love TREW Gear. Their lightweight and stylish ski apparel works on both sunny days and in the wettest weather."
"I wore Trew’s Trewth Bib, which has quickly become my new favorite ski pant. Trew used Dermizax three-layer fabric to make the bib, which is incredibly lightweight, waterproof and breathable."