Icebreaker 260 Tech Long-Sleeve Crew Top - Men's

Icebreaker 260 Tech Long-Sleeve Crew Top - Men's
Icebreaker 260 Tech Long-Sleeve Crew Top - Men's
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260 Tech Long-Sleeve Crew Top - Men's by Icebreaker
Set yourself up with next to skin warmth and breathability with the Icebreaker Men's Bodyfit 260 Midweight Tech Top Crewe. Made from 260 midweight merino wool, it's warm enough to keep you insulated on the cold days, when you're deep in the backcountry cutting trail at high elevations, but breathes well enough that it won't cause overheating when you're hitting chairlift laps. Merino wool's natural properties control odor and wick away sweat, keeping you dry and feeling fresh whether it's first chair or last call. Offset seams on the shoulder prevent pack rub, and flatlock seams do their best to relieve you of any chafing or irritation from abrasive edges.

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SKU: ICE00W3
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