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I own approximately 20 Icebreaker products, ranging from $14 socks to a $345 overcoat. I am generally satisfied with the product with the exception of SMALL HOMES IN THEIR 150 AND... Read morePublished 3 months ago by M. Seitz
Still good material, lasts about a year or two for me then develops holes.
I don't know if it's since they changed to being made in China or what but the newer stuff is... Read more
I'm sold on merino and particularly Icebreakers. Having used one of their heavy jerseys for winter bicycle commuting I was curious to see how merino did in hot weather. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Aaron R. Spiegel
I own four of these shirts. I use them for hiking and casual wear. For hiking, I think these to be the best bottom layer shirts ever. They are very soft and comfortable. Read morePublished 12 months ago by John A. Lee
Took 3 pair to 6 weeks backpacking in Europe and so did my wife. We both liked them although sometimes they feel a little scratchy.Published 12 months ago by Michael Horner
I wear this in the summer when its hot and in the winter to keep warm. Flexible, non-binding fabric is soft to the skin.Published 13 months ago by L. Davis
Good shirt. Rode my bike 2800 miles in this shirt. Washed it as much as other shirts. I'd buy this shirt again.Published 14 months ago by Newprophet
Love these shirts. I love the feel of them on his body and they look great. They have a lovely sheen to them. The wash beautifully and retain their look. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Lyndel Maroske
This thing is my go-to when I'm working outside all day...I layer 2-3 merino wool layers starting with this short sleeve and building up to the long sleeve. Read morePublished 15 months ago by mstrat