Use the chart below to determine your size. If you’re between two sizes, order the smaller size for a tighter fit or the larger size for a looser fit. If your measurements for chest and waist correspond to two different sizes, order the size indicated by your chest measurement for tops and your hip measurement for pants.
Our three different fits - slim, regular, and relaxed - ensure that when worn together, layers move and breathe like a single garment.
A snug, close-to-body fit for low bulk layering.
Neither snug nor loose - garments that are worn solo or over other layers.
Icebreaker BodyfitZONE™, zoned body mapping technology for optimal thermal regulation, zip neck collar for temperature regulation, dropped front and back hem for added coverage, ergonomic seam placement for layering, flatlock seams prevent chafing, thumbloops
Height: 5’8” / 175cm. Waist: 24.8" / 63cm. She is wearing size Small.
A heavyweight baselayer zip shirt with optimized fabric zones for active performance, the Women’s Winter Zone Long Sleeve Half Zip is a technical top for highly active days in cold conditions. The body features 260gm merino wool fabric with a touch of Lycra® for stretch and a deep front zip for easy heat dumping. In the underarm panels we used lightweight, 180gm eyelet merino mesh that actively controls temperature during high-output pursuits, and in the higher-wear areas around the elbows and forearms we added 230gm merino and polyester waffle jersey for added abrasion resistance. Flatlock seams throughout eliminate chafing during fast-paced days.
Machine wash with similar colors. Do not use softeners, do not use bleach. Dries fast in the shade, do not tumble dry. Do not dry clean. Exact instructions on the care label.
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Made to perform.
Icebreaker BodyfitZONE™ base layers employ our most advanced temperature-regulating natural technology. Soft and odor-resistant merino is used in different fabric forms to trap heat where it’s needed and release it when working at high intensities.