Monthly Archive:: April 2014

How to Walk In The Rain and Stay Comfortable with Wool

I love to walk in the rain. There is something therapeutic about the way the drizzle mellows out everything around you. The trick is figuring out how to walk in the rain and stay comfortable. Though I enjoy the rain I don’t enjoy getting cold & wet. Luckily there is a great solution to this…Wool!

WoolX Interviews Mark Arrow – CEO and Head Mountaineering Guide of Rock and Road Guides: Part 2

Mark Arrow is an avid outdoorsman and adventurer. He’s climbed mountains, rocks and ice all over the globe, from New York’s Keene Valley to The Himalayas. He divides his time between professional guide work with, Rock and Road Guides,  and his masonry business, Arrow Masonry, where he is a fifth generation stonemason.     PART

Woolx 100% Merino Wool Lightweight T Review from LiveFreeAndHike.

The New England Hiking Blog LiveFreeAndHike gave our 100% Australian Merino Wool Lightweight T a go. They declared it a hit! Read the entire review here: http://www.livefreeandhikenh.blogspot.com/2014_04_01_archive.html  

WoolX Interviews Mark Arrow – CEO and Head Mountaineering Guide of Rock and Road Guides: Part 1

Mark Arrow is an avid climber, outdoorsman and adventurer. He’s climbed mountains, rocks and ice all over the globe – from New York’s Keene Valley to The Himalayas. He divides his time between professional guide work with, Rock and Roads Guides,  and his masonry business, Arrow Masonry, where he is a fifth generation stonemason. Woolx

WoolX Visits Yellowstone

  Lifelong outdoor enthusiast Donald Yull recently took Woolx on the trip of a lifetime. This winter the New York state native traveled through National Parks in Utah, Idaho and Wyoming. His out west adventure culminated in a late February backcountry snowmobiling trip through Yellowstone Park. Donald shared some of his experiences with WoolX. WoolX

Getting Fit at 50 Is Getting Tough. Week 14

As I finished week 14 of my getting fit at 5o program I can see where people can start to revert back to their old habits. Now is when I have to re-trench and re-group and get back on track. I have been trying to run and my 50 year old body can’t keep up

When a Subway Contains a Bargain

The subways of North America are very functional.  Build an underground railway to haul people about and that is what happens.   Down we go, on board we shuffle, out and up and into the streetscape.  These great tunnels in a subterranean nowhere-land seem simple enough, yet hopelessly pragmatic. Riding a subway seems to be the

Fat-Bike.com Reviews the Woolx Merino Wool 1/4 Zip Base Layer

  Sven Haamer of Fat-Bike.com tried out the Woolx 100% Australian Merino Wool 1/4 Zip top. Read the full review here to see how Sven liked it: http://fat-bike.com/2014/04/woolx-merino-wool-%C2%BC-zip-base-layer-review/

Getting Fit at 50 With Woolx Week 14

Yes I skipped posting about week 13 in the getting fit at 50 with Woolx series. Why? Well simply superstitious 🙂 If they can exclude the 13th floor in buildings I can exclude it here. I will post the stats though below though with an alternate reference to the week. So I have been humming

Meanderthals Hiking Blog Reviews the Woolx 100% Australian Merino Wool Lightweight Boxers

Jeff Clark author of the Meanderthals Hiking Blog (love that name!) reviewed one of our most popular items…the 100% Merino Wool Lightweight Boxers. Read the whole review here to see what he thought (hint he didn’t like the sewn in tag so we got rid of it in the next run! Now they are tagless like