Icebreaker Long Underwear"
I have this and love it. I have the 260 weight and it is also fantastic. This 200 weight I sometimes wear under a dress shirt in the winter and I couldn't be happier with it.…
- Dave, 02/12/14
The shirt is awesome. That is all you need to know.…
- Tim, 12/10/13
I wear this whenever I'm working on a project in the gym, and it never ends up smelling. Bomber.…
- alec, 01/01/14
I now own 4 of these shirts. I am 5'11'' 195 lbs and 40in chest. Medium fits well and a large provides some extra comfortable room. If you sweat a lot this piece is essential.…
- David, 04/29/14
Not too warm as a base. Tee-shirt comfort in the summer. Medium size in long-sleeve fits my 34 " sleeves well for those looking for sizing info.…
- Miguel, 11/25/13
This are so comfy! I wear these everywhere!…
- Tim, 01/31/14
I have this and LOVE it. I wear it around the house, as a baselayer, and as an outer layer to the bar. I am 5'8" and 155lbs and the medium fits great for those uses. If I want…
- Dave, 02/12/14
These shirts are amazing. You can't go wrong. I have worn it on a 3 day backpacking trip and the shirt didn't stink afterwards like other tech shirts do. I have two of these a…
- David, 12/29/13
After traveling with stinky, sweaty t-shirts, a friend turned me on to Icebreaker. These are so much more comfortable than regular t-shirts. They take up less space in the t…
- James, 06/07/14
I've used all types of base layers - synthetics, wool, thin, thick, etc. These are perfect on every front. They're incredibly warm and perfect for high-altitude aerobic acti…
- Benjamin, 04/26/14
This is THE perfect T shirt. It runs long, which is really great if you're tall and sick of T shirts that ride up if you move at all. (If you're short or short-waisted, I woul…
- Julie, 09/16/13
Absolutely the best sport wear going. I wear for biking, running, and hiking. Keeps me warm in the winter and cool in the summer. How does work? Wool is the best. Icebreaker p…
- Julie, 05/28/14
I love my woolens. I've got quite a lot of Icebreaker clothing and wear them all winter long. I got myself a couple of Icebreaker Apollo short sleave shirts a while back and…
- SHEILA, 05/21/13
This is my 4th icebreaker shirt and it certainly hasn't let me down. A comfy slim but not quite spandex fit that goes well under everything from dress shirts to ski parkas.…
- Ryan, 12/16/12
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
About Icebreaker Base Layers:
Icebreaker base layers and long underwear are made of merino wool. You probably already knew that. You probably also already know what makes merino wool so awesome (you are so very smart), but I'm going to tell you again anyway. The awesomeness of Icebreaker baselayers all revolves around moisture, temperature and odor control.
First off, moisture control. Icebreaker base layers wick moisture like crazy. That might not seem like a huge issue when you're using baselayers to keep warm, but it totally is. Even when it's cold, your body still produces heat and moisture. Synthetic fabrics can leave you feeling clammy, which makes you colder, but not Icebreaker merino wool. Icebreaker long underwear draws moisture vapor to the outside of the garment before it condenses to sweat, so your skin stays dry and comfortable.
Temperature control is of course super important for base layer clothing; Icebreaker excels here, too. Just like the moisture, Icebreaker wicks away heat when your body produces too much of it, so you don't overheat. At the same time, when it's super cold, or you're engaging in some lower intensity activity, Icebreaker base layers use their little air pockets to trap heat, keeping you toasty warm.
Finally, Icebreaker baselayer doesn't stink, both literally and figuratively, but really, it doesn't stink. Icebreaker merino naturally resists odor, and can we worn for days (even weeks) without washing. Icebreaker merino also has an exceptional warmth-to-weight ratio, so it's as warm as a heavy wool sweater, but no bulkier than your favorite lightweight tee or a pair of tights.
Icebreaker long underwear just kind of naturally kicks ass. Besides the stuff I mentioned above, merino is naturally fire safe, meaning it's among the least flammable fibers. Merino is sunsafe with a UPF (Ultraviolet Protection Rating) of at least 50; that's higher than cotton and most synthetics. Icebreaker thermal baselayers are easy to care for, just toss them in the washer every three wears or so and hang them to dry. And you don't have to worry about static cling with merino, it's naturally static resistant, so there's no clingy static ride-up. Everybody hates that.
Check out Icebreaker base layer tops and bottoms, as they come in both short and long sleeve and in several different weights, so there's a great base layer for any activity. Plus there are Icebreaker midlayers like zip tops and sweaters, so you can create a layering system and really get the most out of your Icebreaker merino clothing. Also check out Icebreaker pants and leggings. Those come in full-length and capris.