Perks include the supreme comfort, performance, and professional appearance from trail to the office and back.
Cashmere comfort for any activity.
Water-resistant, windproof and packs up to the size of a beer can.
Gear up head to toe with TREW's outdoor gear. We've got you covered all year round.
Our women's outdoor clothing highlights the importantance of comfort, performance, and durability.
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
REPAIR IT DON'T REPLACE IT "TREW is a company that I'm amazed at what they're willing to...Read More
TREW's co-founder and CEO Chris Pew chats with Rick Saez on his show, The Outdoor Biz Podcast. Rick's show explores the backgrounds...Read More
THE PEOPLE'S WOOL The NuYarn® Wool Pocket T is the layering equivalent of a smartphone—you didn’t know you needed one until...
It's time to get down. You can't find a better, more luxurious insulator than natural good down. Our Super Down insulation...
Up for anything. Soon to become the most valuable garment in your arsenal, the Up Jacket features a DWR-treated superlight...
Everyday comfort and style. Silly light. At this point, you’re well versed in the benefits of merino wool: thermo-regulating, moisture-wicking,...
We are a Portland outdoor store that was born in Hood River. We strive to make the best outdoor gear and deliver it to our radical customers with a thumb’s up and a smile. Oh yeah, we have radical colors and lots of pockets. Come visit us in person in Portland, Oregon!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."