Monthly Archive:: September 2015
Our Upstate New York neighbors over at PureAdirondacks.com tested out some Woolx lightweights this summer and fall while hiking, camping and kayaking in the always gorgeous ADK! Read their full review here to find out how Woolx handled the High Peaks! http://pureadirondacks.com/blogs/gear-reviews/45785857-fall-is-for-flannel-and-woolx
The folks over at OutdoorsyMama.com just published a super helpful “Fall Gear Layering Guide – 4 “Must Have” Top Layers for Hiking for Adults and Kids”. The article is a great resource for planning hiking and camping trips when you’re not quite sure how to handle the often crazy temperature swings Autumn throws our way!
I don’t know if it’s the cooler temps or that left over back-to-school feeling from childhood, but Labor Day weekend always feels like the beginning of the end to me. Fun times over, put away your hiking gear, pack up your tents and kayaks, and get back to work. While the kids may be busy
Rozanne of MountainMatron.com put her Woolx Brooke 1/4 Zip through the ringer this August during Hell Hike and Raft 2015! She and 12 other outdoor bloggers spent 5 days in Idaho’s backcountry – backpacking, rafting and camping. Read her full product spotlight here to find out how her Woolx 1/4 Zip held up to the
Drew Robinson from TrailtoPeak.com tested out the Woolx Base Camp LS hiking and camping this summer. Living and exploring in Southern California Drew needs performance gear that will keep him cool, dry and comfortable, while still providing insulation when he needs it. Read his full review here to find out how “This Base Camp Long
The professional team of explorers over at TrailMob.com tested out the Woolx lightweight merino wool Daily Boxers and Outback T hiking and camping in California and Yosemite National Park this summer. Check out their full review here to find out how the Woolx lightweights held up to “more than 125 trail miles hiked, 100 miles
MissouriHowell.com tested out the Woolx lightweight merino wool Base Camp Hoodie beach camping in California, and hiking in Capitol Reef National Park this summer. Read his full review here to find out why he thinks “this is the most comfortable merino piece I’ve worn”. http://www.missourihowell.com/2015/09/14/woolx-base-camp-hoodie/
Intrepid adventurer, award-winning travel writer, and Woolx in Action team member Anietra Hamper is often asked for advice from aspiring globe trotters. Recently she took to her travel blog ThreeWordPress.com to answer the question “What’s your adventure gear”? Read her full article here to find out more about what essential features she requires in performance gear,
Woolx in action team member Paulina Dao gives her feedback on the Woolx lightweight merino wool Mia T on her blog LittleGrunts.com. Read the full review here to find out why she says “I super love this for all of my weekend adventures”. http://www.littlegrunts.com/woolx-mia-v-neck-t-shirt-review/
Thinking of camping before the summer ends but too overwhelmed with the thought of taking the kids. Camping With Kids can either be a fantastic experience or a very stressful experience. Proper preparation before heading out to camp can ensure a great time had by all. First, choose a place that is more kid friendly.