Monthly Archive:: May 2016
Hiking Lady tested out the Woolx lightweight merino wool Ella Tank and Base Camp Hoodie while hiking in the southern California heat. Not convinced that merino wool is a great performance fabric in warm weather? Then check out her full product review here to find out why she thinks “There is such thing as summertime
Marina K. Villatoro from travelexperta.com tested out the Woolx lightweight merino wool Base Camp Hoodie for women while hiking and rappelling down a waterfall in Guatemala! Read her full review here to find out why Marina will “will definitely keep using it for upcoming adventures”.
Field and Stream Magazine just published their Best Hunting Gear of 2016 Buyer’s Guide in the June/July double issue. Guess which Woolx item Barbara Baird from Women’s Outdoor News recommended as her go-to base layer from September to May? We’ll give you a hint… it’s the women’s 100% merino wool Peyton Turtleneck!
Gabi Stephens took the Woolx lightweight merino wool Ella Tank and Perfect Capris out for a spin running this spring. You can read about her life as a trail runner and adventure racer on her blog A Mom’s Running Adventures and Life. Check out her full review here to read more about how Woolx “performed very
Raina and Jill from SummitChicks.com both tested out the new lightweight merino wool Ella Racer Back Tank while camping, boxing, hiking, and hitting the town this spring. Read their full reviews here to find out why they think the Woolx Ella is “the perfect piece for Spring/Summer/Fall.”
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 our amazing Woolx in Action team members – This month meet Pacific North West native Brittany Richardson! Brittany is an
Jeff Howell is an enthusiastic outdoorsman, blogger, and a great friend of Woolx. We’ve had the pleasure of reading about Jeff’s adventures on the Ozark Trail on his blog missourihowell.com. We were delighted when Jeff asked us if Woolx would like to contribute to a fundraiser/trivia night supporting the trail association. Read his reflections on