Monthly Archive:: July 2015
Woolx scoured the globe searching for intrepid adventurers to test out Woolx gear in the most extreme conditions, we’ve assembled this group of globetrotting daredevils into the #WoolxinAction team! Every month Woolx Life will feature one of our amazing Woolx in Action team members – Meet August’s team member of the month Anietra Hamper! After
In the month of August, Our Woolx boxer brief will be our featured product. So what better time then to tell you all the cool things you can participate in throughout your daily lives wearing the boxer brief. Here’s a look at a day in the life of the boxer brief. You start your morning
Woolx in Action team members Kim and Greg Hull tested out some Woolx Lightweight Gear for traveling while on location covering the Tour de France this summer. Read on to find out what they thought it’s like living out of a suitcase with WoolX! #WoolxinAction field report by Kim Hull: We’ve been on the road
How does a house get moved? The answer became clear over the course of the five days it took get our summer dacha, that old, still under renovation, one-room schoolhouse placed on steel beams and raised up by strategically placed hydraulic jacks. “It ‘s a question of balance,” the chief engineer said. “Everything’s got
Find yourself spending all your extra funds on therapy? Or going to find stress relief at a spa resort? Well… don’t be so quick to look over extreme sports for stress relief. People are now taking to rock climbing, ice climbing,hiking dangerous heights, parachuting, and more to lessen their everyday stress. The stress of most
Back when we were all kids (and some of us, thankfully, still are), many of us started out bicycle riding with the idiot-proof tricycle. Admittedly, a few were slow to get a sense of physics, managing to topple over to one side. This didn’t last long, of course, and they went on to become accomplished bicycle
Camping is the number one summer excursion. Kids are off from school, you have some vacation time saved, and the weather is sunny and warm. However, the heat can be dangerous and exhausting. You must be prepared for camping in the heat. Beat the heat with these tips when you have limited sources.
A lot had happened in only a few days. Like a Normandy invasion, months – no, years – of talk had quite suddenly turned to action as men, trucks, and tools swarmed under and around our little (little? Try moving it!) summer dacha. Day one saw digging and the building of the first timber cribs.
July is a popular month to vacation. Many head to beaches scattered throughout the U.S. A week of relaxation is just what the doctor ordered. Warm sunshine on your face, and feet in the sand. Most packed their favorite bathing suits, and shorts and t-shirts. Well…. we recommend packing Woolx. That’s right take Woolx on
The party is over. In and around the blasted foundation walls crowbars have been cast aside, skid steers idled, and sledgehammers retired. Fun while it lasted, yet not so much that it brought down the house. When the dust cleared everyone stood back and admired the ruins. It was one of the best wrecking parties