Icebreaker Shifter Long-Sleeve Crewe Sweater - Men's

Icebreaker Shifter Long-Sleeve Crewe Sweater - Men's
Icebreaker Shifter Long-Sleeve Crewe Sweater - Men's
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Shifter Long-Sleeve Crewe Sweater - Men's by Icebreaker
The undeniable comfort of the Icebreaker Shifter Long Sleeve Crewe Sweater is sure to land it a spot in your winter wardrobe. Sewn from a cozy, unbrushed terry merino wool blend for a super soft sweater that can hold up to activity. Merino wool is wrapped around a nylon core for boosted durability, and lycra adds a stretch for improved mobility, while maintaining the natural properties you've grown to love from wool, like moisture wicking and odor control. The perfect piece for a long day of travel, or for lounging on the couch after a big trail run, the Shifter will give you the relaxing comfort you need at the end of the day.

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SKU: ICE00Q2
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