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This would be THE BEST T-shirt I've ever owned, if it had lasted more than a month. However, after maybe 8 days wear and only 3 washes it has developed several small holes whi…
- RYAN, 07/11/08
I'm a big Icebreaker fan, and what they say about the no--stink is true. You can wear this shirt working out or mountain biking, and keep it on when you are out and about with…
- CHRIS, 10/31/11
Love Icebreaker stuff, but not this top. Didn't like the thumb-hole sleeves because they are cut too big and baggy, and the material bunches up around your hand. Plus the sl…
- GREGORY, 06/06/08
The good: Soft and comfy, looks good, and very flexible. It won't keep you very warm when worn alone, but for the thickness it has, it's pretty impressive when you pair it wi…
- James, 12/21/10
It was my first Icebreaker garment. They advertise on the odor free characteristic of merino wool, but I wanted to know by myself. I wore it for 2 weeks day and night... and b…
- Franck, 04/22/11
I preffer the 150 or 260. Like the colors of those models better plus. This one disn't fit me so good for some reason eventhough I ordered 2 sizes.…
- PETR, 03/13/08
I have quite a few icebreakers, but this one does not top the list. It isn't as soft as the others, and I prefer the ones that zip down lower. It's an icebreaker, so it's good…
- CHRIS, 12/11/11
This shirt is ok, but I prefer the the higher weight shirts. Plus, the zip on this is far less functional than the 3/4 zips available on some of their other products.…
- CHRIS, 10/31/11
Icebreaker merino wool base layer clothing is made from the softest wool New Zealand. That wool comes from the happiest, most well-read sheep you'll ever meet. Actually, you probably won't meet them, and that whole well-read thing I might have made it. But, they're for sure happy, free roaming merino sheep: Icebreaker makes sure of that. Icebreaker is committed to both environmental stewardship and animal welfare, which makes them a pretty awesome company in my book. I wonder if the sheep have read my book.
Happy sheep aside, there are tons of features that make Icebreaker base layers and clothing cream of the crop. First of all, there's the ultra soft, insulating merino wool fiber. It's 100 percent natural, more breathable and more insulating than standard wool or synthetic fiber. Merino wool not only insulates, it pulls moisture away from your body to actually regulate your body temperature and keep you from feeling clammy. When you layer multiple Icebreaker garments, the fibers kinda lock together to make the layers feel like a single garment, so the fabric doesn't bunch up and inhibit your sweet moves. Icebreaker is machine washable, too, so it's super easy to own and care for.
Check out the full range of men's Icebreaker and women's Icebreaker clothing. You'll dig Icebreaker base layers. Since you wear Icebreaker long underwear closest to your skin you'll appreciate how soft and non-chafing the fibers are. Chafing sucks. Icebreaker base layers wick moisture and water vapor away from your body to keep you dry. When you're drier, you're warmer: true story. The merino fibers trap body heat next to your skin, just like they do for the sheep. Those sheep don't look cold. Check out Icebreaker leggings that go on your legs, and Icebreaker long sleeve shirts, short sleeve shirts, and tanks for your torso. So, if leggings are for your legs, why aren't shirts called torsoings since they go on your torso? I think the guy who puts paper in the printers was a philosophy major, I should ask him.
Layer up your Icebreakers for cold weather activities with an Icebreaker pullover or Icebreaker zip sweatshirt. Icebreaker jackets can complete your mid layer. Totally wind resistant and highly breathable, Icebreaker jackets, like the Men's Icebreaker Mayfair combine two layers of merino wool to protect you from the elements.