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- Whether you've escaped the fickle office thermostat only to plunge headlong into the heat of the day or you're spending your weekend conquering the trail, the signature Tech Tee will keep you moving in style and comfort with naturally temperature-regulating performance.
- Part of the Icebreaker® Journeys collection.
- Regular fit.
- Ultrasoft and ultralight Superfine 150 Merino wool naturally repels odor, transports moisture away from your skin, and dries quickly.
- Classic crew neck.
- Short-sleeve coverage.
- Forward-canted side seams reduce uncomfortable chafing.
- Straight hemline.
- Tonal logo embroidered at left chest.
- Fabric weight: 150 g/m².
- 100% New Zealand merino wool.
- Machine wash cold, line dry in shade.
- Length: 29 in
- Product measurements were taken using size MD. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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Icebreaker is designed by nature. The merino's light, breathable fiber keeps him cool in the scorching heat of New Zealand's Southern Alps. In winter, he grows an extra layer for warmth. Icebreaker fused nature and technology to create a lightweight system of fine merino garments that keep you cool, dry and comfortable in the heat without the itch of traditional wool.
Icebreaker is cool, breathable, doesn't stink and feels silky soft against your skin.
Want to know where exactly your natural sustainable Icebreaker garment came from? You can. Icebreaker's Baacode program lets you trace the merino in your Icebreaker right back to the sheep station where it was grown. Look for the green tag in your garment.
Launched in 1994, Icebreaker was the first company in the world to develop a merino wool layering system for the outdoors. It was also the first outdoor apparel company in the world to source merino directly from growers, a system it began in 1997. Icebreaker merino clothing for the outdoors, technical sports and lifestyle includes underwear, mid layer garments, outerwear, socks and accessories for men, women and children.
Icebreaker Tech T Lite SS
I purchased this shirt as a larger sized version of another Icebreaker short-sleeved shirt that my husband owns. The advertising on this shirt is absolutely true. My husband uses this Icebreaker style as a base layer when the weather promises to warm up during the day, and as a base layer for more formal shirts to keep those shirts clean and odor-free, in lieu of a regular undershirt. It does not itch, like other wool products. Styling is semi-fitted, not compression. The Icebreaker shirt does wick away sweat, dries in fewer than 15 minutes while being worn and remains pretty much odor-free for about a week. NO other shirt by any other manufacturer remains odor-free when worn by my husband, so that's saying a lot! When I can detect an odor (remember, about a week), I tear the shirt away from my husband's clutches and throw it in the washing machine (yes, it does say to hand wash) and wash it with other clothes using cold water to wash, cold water to rinse. (I use Tide with Bleach Alternative, Color-Safe, Original Scent, HE.) If we're on a trip, I wash the shirt in a sink and use the soap that the motel/hotel supplies. To dry from the washer, I just put it on a plastic hanger, after snapping the shirt a couple of times to remove wrinkles. From the sink, I twist out the water, wrap it in a towel, roll up the towel and twist the towel. Then I hang the shirt up on a hanger. In both instances, it will be dry in the morning, if there's any kind of air circulation in the room. The shirts are pricier than the synthetic fabrics that claim to wick and dry quickly and not retain odors. The Icebreaker shirt actually delivers on those promises. I'm looking for a good Icebreaker shirt for myself.
I'd also recommend: Under Armour
- Anonymous - customer
- from Bennington, Nebraska
- August 30, 2009
Great Shirt! Very lightweight. Absorbs perspiration into the lightweight wool and evaporates. Does not retain a "sweaty" odor. Much, much better than all of the expensive synthetic Dry-Fit and Accu-dry shirts I have.
- Bc - customer
- from Highland Park, IL
- August 1, 2008
Definitely the most comfortable T-shirt I own! The merino line Icebreaker makes biodegrades under the right conditions, and leaves only the stitching. Dries quickly even in the shade, breathes in the Summer to keep me cool, and layer able in the Winter for warmth - very versatile!
I'd also recommend: Smartwool
- Devin S - customer
- from Visalia, CA
- April 21, 2013
Hands down, my favorite shirt. It is stylish and very comfortable. I am not a big fan of wool, but the Icebreaker Marino always feels soft and smooth on my skin. It can be worn as a base layer, or alone in warmer weather. Just be very careful when you wash it. If you really want it to last, wash it by hand and hang it to dry. The fabric is very delicate.
- Bruce - customer
- from MIami
- February 3, 2013
Great, never stinks, never wears out - but I hate the logo on the chest. It makes it sports wear and if it didn't have the logo I would wear it a lot more and buy more. They always have better colors - but given the logo I always end up getting the smartwool version - which are more tailored (sexier) and have more function because they are not branded so boldly.
I'd also recommend: smartwool (only items you can put in drier, others suck)
- Mike - customer
- from berkeley
- December 6, 2012