Icebreaker Tech Top LS Crewe Bodyfit 260 Woman


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Icebreaker Heavywight Base layer

Ideal top as a warmer base layer or as a midlayer. Great natural features such as anti-odour and and breathability make it prefect for winter adventures. Off shoulder seam gives you minimum chaffing when worn with a rucksack. The top also keeps you warm when it's cold and cool when it's hot keeping you comfortable and ready for action.

  • Fabric weight: 260 Midweight
  • Fabric:100% Merino wool
  • Product Weight: Medium 265 g / 9.35 oz
  • Features: Crewe neck, set in sleeves, offset flatlock shoulder seams prevent pack rub, forward side seams prevent chafing, drop tail for added coverage, Icebreaker tonal embroidered logo
  • Care:
  • Machine wash. Dries fast in the shade, but do not tumble dry. Exact instructions on the care label.


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