GET LAYERED – HOW THE SYSTEM WORKS
Merino sheep have a light, fine, ultra-breathable coat that keeps them cool in the scorching summer heat of New Zealand’s Southern Alps.
When winter sets in, they grow an extra layer of wool over their base coat so they can roam through fields of ice and snow in warmth and comfort.
We’ve adapted the merino wool base layer: a system of lightweight layers that give you the same freedom to explore your environment. Wear a next-to-skin layer in warmer weather, then layer up for insulation in the cold.
When Icebreaker garments are layered together, air is trapped in between each fine layer to ramp up the warmth. Your merino wool base layers lock together like a single lightweight garment.
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