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Woolx Review

About Woolx

Woolx Merino Wool Review

Woolx makes high-quality, breathable, and durable outdoor apparel for a range of activities. It uses the moisture-wicking, thermoregulating miracle fabric Merino wool as the base of all of its items. The brand’s collection ranges from performance socks to cozy vests for men and women.

The company has landed features in many outdoor-centric publications like Runner’s World, Outside, World & Stream, Climbing, and Backpacker. With a solid following of 39k on Facebook and 22k on Instagram, Woolx appears to have a substantial presence within the nature-loving community.

This Woolx review will check out the brand and its bestsellers, fill you in on what customers think about them, provide information on deals, and more, to help you decide if they are worth the buy.

Overview of Woolx

Woolx Merino Wool Review

The Calleo family was always deeply invested in outdoor activities, whether it be hiking, camping, backpacking—you name it. Their 60-year-old clothing store in central New York was successful, but, according to Woolx’s website, they felt there was a large gap in the outdoor apparel industry:

We needed clothing that offered a great value in both time and money. We wanted a natural product that worked well and made our outdoor lifestyle easier, not more complicated. While there are many Merino clothing brands on the market, we always felt there was something lacking in their products and service.”

As a result, the father-daughter team Nicole and Joe Calleo founded Woolx in 2012. The duo is passionate about designing outdoor wear that is natural, durable, practical, and budget-friendly. Indeed, Nicole and Joe stand by their line of clothing, underwear, jackets, socks, and more, and proudly wear it themselves.

The key ingredient in Woolx’s fabric blends is wool from Merino sheep. Its unique ability to regulate both cold and hot temperatures is what makes it so useful. What makes Woolx different from other Merino wool brands is the fact that its apparel can be machine washed and tumble dried without shrinking. Convenience in a busy world is something that sets the brand apart.

Located in Endwell, New York, Woolx is dedicated to serving its customers with the highest quality products and friendliest service possible. Before we move on to the specifics of some of the brand’s bestsellers, this Woolx review will give you a quick overview of its highlights.

Highlights

  • A wide selection of apparel designed for outdoor activities, including sweaters, leggings, vests, scarfs, and more
  • The key fabric in all items is Merino wool, which has a ton of benefits (moisture-wicking, breathable, lightweight)
  • Items can be machine washed and dried
  • Inclusive size range of up to 3X for women and 2X for men
  • Ensures ethical treatment of Merino sheep
  • Hundreds of customers attest to the fit, feel, and durability of the company’s apparel
  • Multiple promotions available
  • Free US ground shipping
  • Ships to Canada
  • Satisfaction Guarantee: return your product any time if you are unhappy with its performance

Woolx Shirts Review

The brand’s Heavyweight line was crafted to help you endure the coldest of temperatures. Each piece is made primarily of Merino wool and weighs roughly 400 g.

Despite this weight, the clothing feels lightweight and flexible enough for you to move through your activity. Up next, this Woolx review will feature some of the top-selling pieces from the women’s Heavyweight collection.

Woolx Women’s Riley Long Sleeve Crew 400 Heavyweight Review

Woolx Women’s Riley Long Sleeve Crew 400 Heavyweight Review
Woolx Women’s Riley Long Sleeve Crew 400 Heavyweight

We’ve come a long way in terms of outerwear. No longer does it need to be bulky and puffy. The Women’s Riley Long Sleeve Crew 400 Heavyweight keeps you warm on the coldest of days while remaining lightweight and comfortable.

Featuring 85% Merino wool in its fabric blend, this long-sleeve shirt packs a punch when it comes to keeping you warm and dry. If it gets wet, its magical wool concoction is still able to keep you toasty and will wick away that water or sweat in no time.

It’s designed to stay in place whether you are hiking mid-winter or hitting the mountains for a snowboarding session. There are cuffs with thumbholes and a longer back that guarantees you stay covered. Available in versatile black, add one of these Woolx women’s tops to your wardrobe for $125.

Woolx Women’s Savannah Vest 340 Heavyweight Review

Woolx Women’s Savannah Vest 340 Heavyweight Review
Woolx Women’s Savannah Vest 340 Heavyweight

Layering is key when it comes to staying warm and comfortable. Not every day requires a jacket, and vests are a great alternative because they trap heat in the right places. The Women’s Savannah Vest 340 Heavyweight has a slim fit and stand-up collar to warm your neck. Plus, two zippered pockets serve as the perfect hand warmers on chilly autumn walks.

Pair this Woolx vest with a long sleeve crew and you have yourself an instant outfit. Its minimalistic design comes in black or beige—two versatile shades that’ll pair with anything. 80% of its fabric comes from Merino sheep, so you’ll stay warm, dry, and odor-free.

Get moving with this outdoor staple for $145. While you’re at it, check out the Woolx Mens Wool Vest for the special man in your life—you’ll match and stay warm together.

Woolx Wool Leggings Review

Leggings are arguably the most versatile pant. Their super flexible and comfortable nature makes them suitable for a wide range of activities.

With the addition of Woolx’s Merino wool blend, leggings become even more versatile as they’re now appropriate for colder temperatures. This Woolx review will feature the brand’s best-selling leggings for women, from more casual everyday styles to base layers.

Woolx Women’s Stela Everyday Leggings Review

Woolx Women’s Stela Everyday Leggings Review
Woolx Women’s Stela Everyday Leggings

Leggings took over the world not too long ago when women discovered how comfortable and versatile they are. Over the years, we’ve all had our fair share of bad (read: see-through, saggy, unforgiving) leggings that took a swift trip into the donation bin. The Women’s Stela Everyday Leggings do things a little differently.

Featuring a blend of 85% Merino wool, 12% nylon, and 3% spandex, these Woolx tights provide a stretchy fit that stays in place and keeps its shape throughout the day. They’ll keep you warm and dry, too.

Whether you’re running errands or out on a hike, you don’t need to worry about your bright pink underwear showing through, thanks to the squat-proof nature of these pants. They’re available in solid black, and customers can choose between Regular or Tall lengths. Simply pair with a Woolx wool hoodie for a cozy look and you’ll be good to go! Grab a pair of the Stela Everyday Leggings for $120.

Woolx Women’s McKenna Pocket Leggings Review

Woolx Women’s McKenna Pocket Leggings Review
Woolx Women’s McKenna Pocket Leggings

We don’t know about you, but we’re always on the hunt for comfortable clothing items that have pockets. Being able to ditch the purse and stash your phone, keys, and other necessities right on your body is a true privilege.

The Women’s McKenna Pocket Leggings are made from a blend of Merino wool, recycled polyester, and Lycra, for a luxurious, silky-smooth feel. They feature a flattering high waist and two pockets on the legs for convenience. 

These leggings are mid-range when it comes to warmth, boasting the same odor-eliminating and moisture-wicking benefits that Woolx is known for. They have a more athletic look, which means you can wear them for workouts as well as casual trips to the grocery store. Get more out of your wardrobe with these Woolx womens bottoms, available for $120.

Woolx Women’s Avery Baselayer Leggings Review

Woolx Women’s Avery Baselayer Leggings Review
Woolx Women’s Avery Baselayer Leggings

Some climates require you to layer up. As their name suggests, the Women’s Avery Baselayer Leggings are perfect to wear under other items. Plus, they’re still opaque, so you can remove your top layer and sport these leggings without worrying about your panties showing through.

These Woolx wool long underwear-like leggings are thin, moisture-wicking, and breathable, so you’ll stay cool and comfortable during your outdoor activities. The brand considers them to be midweight, so you won’t overheat, either.

This Woolx wool base layer is available in black, grey, plum, and purple. Layer up with these 100% Merino wool leggings for $100.

Woolx Boxers Review 

You don’t usually think of wool when it comes to your undergarments. But, Woolx carries a selection of boxers that are meant to last long, be comfortable, and provide more features than your average pair of undies. 

Next in this Woolx review, we will cover one pair of their best-selling boxers.

Woolx Men’s Breathe Boxer Shorts Review

Woolx Men’s Breathe Boxer Shorts Review
Woolx Men’s Breathe Boxer Shorts

Boxers come in all shapes, sizes, and fits. Some are too tight, some are too loose, and some make you wonder why they were even made at all. Woolx’s Men’s Breathe Boxer Shorts do just as their name suggests—let your “parts” breathe. Made from a blend of Merino wool, nylon, and spandex, these boxers have just the right amount of stretch and softness for all-day wear.

Though they can be worn for regular day-to-day tasks, their odor-negating, moisture-wicking, and quick-drying properties make them a solid choice for lengthy sweat-inducing activities.

With a classic boxer short fit, they have a 4-inch inseam and a no-roll waistband that stays in place as you move. Add some Woolx Merino wool underwear in black, plum, or green to your undergarment arsenal for $40.

What is Merino Wool?

Woolx Merino Wool Review

This magic-like wool comes from the Merino sheep. The wool itself is composed of natural elements and amino acids, making it a thin, soft, and renewable material.

This type of wool is lighter than its alternatives, comfortable, and is wearable year-round. Merino sheep are found in places with temperatures between 5-95°F, so as you can imagine their wool is thermoregulating, making it the perfect choice for a range of activities.

Is Woolx Ethical?

Woolx Merino Wool Review

According to its website, Woolx follows the “ethical principles in production as laid out in the Woolmark certification.” Ethics are a huge factor when it comes to doing business, and the brand knows that people want to buy from companies that treat its workers well. In this case, its workers include sheep.

So, is Woolx a good brand? The company states that its team cares about the sheep they use. They ensure that humane shearing practices are followed, and the brand is Certified Non-Mulesed. Mulesing refers to the method of removing skin from the behind-area to prevent flies from being tempted to infest the sheep. This practice is incredibly rough and sheep are not given anything to help with the pain, so it’s good that Woolx does not participate in mulesing.

Woolx offers a wide range of clothing that moves with you through your day-to-day life—especially if you perform a lot of outdoor activities. Whether you’re snowboarding, hiking, or taking your puppy for a walk, the apparel’s Merino wool-based fabric blends will keep you warm, dry, and comfortable.

In the next section of this Woolx review, we’ll walk you through some of the outdoor gear that the brand has to offer. The company provides an inclusive size range that offers XS through 3X for women, and S through 2XL for men.

Woolx Reviews: What Do Customers Think?

Woolx Merino Wool Review

Though the brand’s products look promising, this Woolx review took to the internet to find out what its customers are really saying. We’ve sourced testimonials from the company’s website, Outdoor Gear Lab, and Pack Hacker that provide insight on the defining features of Woolx’s products. The consensus? Shoppers are very satisfied with the fit, feel, and durability of the clothing, but some find its items a bit pricey. Let’s dig deeper.

On the brand’s website, most of its top-selling products have garnered more than 100 testimonials. Each best-selling clothing item has scored an impressive 4.9/5 stars or higher. Here’s a peek:

  • The Men’s Breathe Boxer Shorts were awarded 4.9/5 stars from 123 ratings
  • The Unisex Neck Gaiter was awarded 5/5 stars from 307 ratings
  • The Arctic Heavyweight Woolx Merino wool pants were awarded 4.9/5 stars from 113 ratings
  • The Women’s Avery Baselayer Leggings were awarded 4.9/5 stars from 419 ratings
  • The Women’s Savannah Vest was awarded 4.9/5 stars from 95 ratings
  • The Women’s Riley Long Sleeve Crew was awarded 5/5 stars from 129 ratings
  • The Woolx Merino wool t shirt Mia was awarded 5/5 stars from 1.4k ratings

We chose to examine the Women’s Avery Baselayer Leggings more closely. Overall, customers love the fit and feel of these leggings. One Woolx review reveals how “smooth and supportive they feel. No itching at all. Meanwhile, others note their opacity. All in all, these appear to be great, versatile leggings for activities and casual wear.

There are no reviews for these Woolx wool tights that fall below 4 stars, so the negative reviews below are more like suggestions than complaints. These statements are not about the quality of the leggings but are good to keep in mind when shopping.

On Outdoor Gear Lab, the Woolx Hannah long sleeve shirt is rated 4.5/5 stars. The overall rating is based on five factors which we’ve outlined for your below:

  1. Warmth: 9/10
  2. Breathability: 5/10
  3. Comfort & Fit: 7/10
  4. Layering Ability: 5/10
  5. Durability: 7/10

To rate this shirt’s comfort, fit, and breathability, the author wore it on runs in warm and cold climates. This review revealed that “in all conditions, it wicked away moisture effectively keeping us comfortable and dry…even when stopped. A good piece of information to know for active women as moisture-wicking is just as important in hot climates as it is in cold.

Though there weren’t many negatives on the Hannah long sleeve, its layering ability was one of them. The reviewer reported that the shirt was “a little hard to layer under tight mid-layers. Being a little thicker, when paired with another material that is fleecy or soft, it sometimes bunches up and even rides up.

So, are Woolx shirts worth it? We think so, but it may work best on its own or under fabric with more slip.

The Woolx Reaction Boxer Brief was awarded 7.9/10 stars on Pack Hacker. The review based its rating on three factors, including form, design, and value. The product scored 8.3/10 stars, 7.9/10 stars, 7.7/10 stars, respectively. Not bad!

This review highlighted the boxer’s pros as being “soft, durable,” “structured, and “comfortable. When being active, these four components are incredibly important.

The writer at Pack Hacker was able to wear these boxers for 1.5 years and provided photos of them at that time, so we’d say for the price, these boxers are in good shape.

Overall, there are hundreds of Woolx reviews that attest to how well the brand’s products fit, how high quality they are, and how well they keep people warm. Though there were a few outlier cons, there weren’t enough to weigh heavily on our decision when valuing the brand.

Is Woolx Worth It?

Woolx Merino Wool Review

From what we’ve read so far, this Woolx review readily recommends the brand. There are hundreds of customers that rave about how high-quality the brand’s clothing is. And, many reviews state that the company’s products are durable, fit well, and successfully keep them warm and dry. Basically, Woolx’s items perform exactly how they’re advertised.

The brand is pricer than some, but we think you’re getting what you pay for. Other premium outerwear brands charge similar prices as Woolx. Plus, reviewers note that the company’s clothing lasts for a really long time.

With Woolx, you’re getting high-quality, long-lasting, and high-performing apparel that will keep you warm, dry, and comfortable in a range of activities and temperatures. All in all, its clothing is worth the buy.

Woolx Promotions & Discounts 

Woolx Merino Wool Review

This Woolx review found the following active promotions on its website:

  • Get 10% off when signing up for the newsletter
  • Great sale section
  • Free continental US shipping

Where to Buy Woolx

Woolx Merino Wool Review

The company’s products can only be purchased directly from Woolx.com or Amazon.

FAQ

Woolx Merino Wool Review

Where is Woolx manufactured?

Woolx gear is made in China from Australian Merino wool. The brand assures its customers that the factory it uses follows high production standards.

What sizes does Woolx have? 

Woolx carries the following sizes for women’s and men’s apparel:

  • Women’s: XS-3X
  • Men’: S-2XL

If you need any further help with sizing, please refer to the Woolx size charts.

What is Woolx’s Shipping Policy?

Woolx orders take 24 hours to process. The brand currently only ships within the US and Canada. Shipping is free for congenital US customers. All other delivery options will be listed and calculated at checkout.

How do I return something to Woolx?  

The company does not explicitly provide a specific time frame for returns, but all Woolx items come with a satisfaction guarantee that promises your money back if you’re unhappy with your purchase. To benefit from this guarantee, your items must meet the following criteria:

  1. The item(s) must still have all of their original tags
  2. They must be free from odors & perfumes
  3. They must not have any rips, pet hair, or damage of any type
  4. Must be in brand new condition

To start a return or exchange, head to the Returns Portal on the company’s site. Once you enter your order number and shipping zip code, Woolx will give you access to a prepaid return label ($6 will be deducted from your refund) that you will need to print out and attach to the outside of your return package.

How to Contact Woolx

We hope that you found all of the information you needed in this Woolx review. If you have any other questions for the brand, you can contact its team via:

  • Phone: (888) 465-7977
  • Contact Form: Available on the company’s website

Woolx’s customer service hours are Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm EST.


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