Snowsports, Travel, Outdoor Work and Tactical, Hiking, Casual
Men's Clothing and Outerwear
5' 10 3/4"
5' 11 1/2"
6' 0 1/4"
28 - 30
32 - 34
38 - 40
ICEBREAKER MEASUREMENT GUIDE and FIT INFO
• Please note that all the info provided refers to body measurements, and NOT the dimensions of the garment.
• If your body measurements are midway between two sizes, go to the smaller size for a tighter fit or the larger size for a looser fit.
• If your body measurements result in different sizes, Icebreaker recommends using your chest measurement for tops and your hip measurement for pants.
HOW TO MEASURE:
Chest - Place the measuring tape around the fullest part of your chest.
Waist - Place the measuring tape at your natural waist, which is the narrowest point on your torso.
Hips - Place the measuring tape around the fullest point on your hips.
FIT INFO AND DETAILS:
Slim Fit - A snug, close-to-the-body fit for low-bulk layering.
Regular Fit - A fit that is neither snug nor loose. Garments with this fit can be worn solo or over other layers.
Relaxed Fit - Loose-fitting lightweight layers. Ideal for more casual use.
* You can find the fit info for Icebreaker styles in the product description features and specifications.
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Dong Joo from
Be careful about the thickness of Icebreaker glove liners. This one is 260.There are three kinds of Icebreaker gloves (by thickness). 200, 260, and 320.,,If you are a Icebreaker fan, you may already know how much it is important the thickness of Icebreaker clothes. I originally had an Icebreaker glove liner which was 200. It was so thin that I could not use it as a glove in winter. Literally, you can only use it as a liner (use it for domestic purpose or as a inner-shell for other thick gloves). ,,So I bought this, another glove liner from Icebreaker. It's 260 which is thick enough as a Winter running glove for me. It's perfect for my running. If I bought a 320 Icebreaker glove, it would be good for mountain sports or for walking, but not good for running.