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Everyone's journey is different, make yours special with this long sleeve running zip from Icebreaker®.
Diehard Icebreaker Fan
If I could, I would only workout in wool clothing. I own icebreaker pieces ranging from underwear, shorts, pants, tanks, tees to long sleeves. I generally wear a small in icebreaker. I'm 5"4", 126 lbs (for reference). Ocasionally I will size up to a medium with items that have thumbholes, but the small fit perfectly well. The only reason I didn't give this item 5 stars was because it doesn't have a "garage" for the zipper at the top of the neck. Several other IB pieces have the zipper covered so it doesn't rub at the top where it meets your neck, but this one doesn't. Also, the pocket on the back is very large-it does fit my iphone, but it's almost too big because it moves around a lot when I run.
San Diego, CA
Fit: Feels true to size
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An American girlfriend introduced Jeremy to Brian Brackenridge, a merino sheep farmer she’d stayed with while hitchhiking around New Zealand. Across the table, Brian threw Jeremy a prototype thermal tee-shirt made from 100% merino wool: this was the beginning of Icebreaker.
Jeremy, then skeptical about the wool prototype was astonished to find that the material felt soft and sensual, looked lustrous and was totally natural. At first he sought to sell enough of the prototype fabric to visit his American girlfriend, but when he wore the tee-shirt outdoors, he became so enthusiastic about the fabric's potential, he never saw his girlfriend again. Instead he began working on a business plan to develop the world's first merino layering system for the outdoors.
Sir Peter Blake, a Kiwi yachting hero, wore a prototype Icebreaker top and leggings for 40 days and nights in a row while setting a world circumnavigation record. His enthusiastic (and free) endorsement gave Jeremy the confidence to throw everything he had into launching Icebreaker.
Since then, the Icebreaker apparel system has grown to include underwear, mid layer garments, outerwear, socks and accessories for men, women and kids. Icebreakers can be found in 3,000 stores in 43 countries. The company is based in Wellington, New Zealand, but we also have offices in the United States, Australia, Canada, Germany, France, Switzerland and the Czech Republic.