Monthly Archive:: February 2016

The Woolx Neck Gaiter makes SNOW Magazine’s 2016 Best Ski Wear: Queen of Green list!

Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day has compiled a list of can’t miss gear for Spring Skiing, March Madness and the wearing of the green! Check out the full feature here to see our Woolx Emerald Green Neck Gaiter‘s place on the list.    

Clean Spirit Blog reviews Woolx merino wool gear!

Back in December Woolx teemed up with Tentsile for an amazing winter camping gear giveaway on Instagram! @Uhlishuh from was the grand prize winner, coming away with a Tensile Connect two-person tree tent and a wardrobe of Woolx layers including our midweight bottoms and crewneck top, a heavyweight ¼ Zip, a lightweight T-shirt, socks and

Trail and Mountain tests out the Woolx Heavyweight Blizzard 1/4 Zip!

Daniel Callahan from tested out the Woolx Blizzard heavyweight merino wool 1/4 zip for men. Check out the full video review below to get up close and personal with the Woolx Blizzard and hear what Trail and Mountain has to say!      

Ask That Outdoor Guy tests out the Woolx Base Camp Hoodie! field tested the Woolx lightweight merino wool Base Camp Hoodie while hiking in Tennessee this winter. Check out the full field test report here to find out why, after testing out the X305, he’d “highly recommend adding one to your outdoor adventure wardrobe.”      

Meet Featured Woolx in Action Team Member – Iditarod Musher Jan Steves!

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 features one of our amazing Woolx in Action team members – Meet February team member of the month Jan Steves! The 2016

Outdoorsy Mama tests out the Woolx Brooke 1/4 Zip!

Annie Yearout from tested out the Woolx Brooke merino wool 1/4 zip for women hiking and skiing this winter. Check out her full review and video here to find out why the Woolx Brooke is an item she’s “come to rely on as an essential part of my outdoor, adventure gear.”