Icebreaker Sprite Racerback Bra - Women's

Icebreaker Sprite Racerback Bra - Women's
Icebreaker Sprite Racerback Bra - Women's
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Sprite Racerback Bra - Women's by Icebreaker
While the idea of wearing a merino wool sports bra may induce feelings comparable to wearing that famously itchy, hand-knit sweater your grandmother crafted for you years ago--it's not. We wouldn't call the Icebreaker Women's Sprite Racerback Bra golden-retriever-puppy-soft, but it's the closest thing to fluffy comfort you can get in a sports bra. Intended for low to moderate impact sports, the Sprite Raceback Bra ensures a comfortable ride with its merino wool fabric which regulates your body temperature to keep you cool and comfy while the blended Lycra encourages a stretchy, supportive fit. Additionally, merino wool also has natural odor-fighting properties so you don't have to wash it after each training session. The racerback straps won't slip, and the soft band gives great support without constriction while you run, hike, climb, or dive effortlessly into downward facing dog.

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