Icebreaker 260 Zone Legless Tights - Women's

Icebreaker 260 Zone Legless Tights - Women's
Icebreaker 260 Zone Legless Tights - Women's
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260 Zone Legless Tights - Women's by Icebreaker
You'll wear the Icebreaker 260 Zone Legless Tights throughout the ski season. Their merino wool provides lightweight thermal regulation that feels great when you're boot packing or making your way up the skin track. Merino wool also naturally resists odor for less washings and provides a long-lasting smooth feel. Icebreaker added some Lycra to ensure proper stretch and freedom of movement. BodyfitZone technology places merino-made mesh panels for ventilation, and the 3/4-length accommodates ski and mountaineering boots more comfortably.

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SKU: ICE013R
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