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Ski Magazine Names the Capow a "Top Men’s Ski Kit of 2022"

By Katherine Donnelly on

This isn't the first time our Capow Jacket + Bib have been praised by industry publications, nor will it be the last. But we're still over the moon to see the Capow kit flank the pages of one of the most esteemed magazines around, and we consider it a great honor to have the fine folks over at Ski Mag not only riding in our outerwear -- but loving it, too!

"Trew collaborated with backcountry and mountaineering guides to put forth its best version of the Capow Jacket and Bib yet, incorporating a super-stretchy and breathable fabric on the torso with a burlier, abrasion-resistant shell on the shoulders and sleeves. The resulting kit that’s made for active days hiking or touring is easy to move in yet will also hold up to the elements. With a longer torso and added length on the legs and sleeves, the Capow is made for taller, slimmer types and strikes the right balance of weight and performance for backcountry skiers and resort adventurers alike."  - SKI MAGAZINE

 

THE ALL NEW CAPOW KIT

Since this was published, we have launched our brand new 2021/22 Capow Ciollection, featuring the most current Capow Bibs and Jacket. The same gear in all new colors, with some added updates for enhanced durability and longevity -- and most excitingly, the bibs are now available in different inseam lengths!

SHOP THE CAPOW JACKET

SHOP THE CAPOW BIB || SHORT, REGULAR, TALL, CLASSIC

 

THE W CAPOW BIB

We also now offer a female-specific Capow Bib, the W Capow. We took what we loved most about the Capow Bib, added some key features and tweaks accommodating the lady shredders out there, and tested the heck out of them. In the end, we created one of the best women's bibs for the backcountry. 

SHOP THE W CAPOW BIB || SHORT, REGULAR, TALL

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