Women's Nature Dye Merino Helliers Long Sleeve Zip Hood Jacket
You can return items purchased directly from icebreaker.com within 60 days from the ship date as long as they are unworn, unwashed, and in the original packaging.*
*Excludes items listed as Final Sale. Final Sale items cannot be returned or exchanged. All pro orders are Final Sale and not eligible for returns and exchanges.
- RealFleece™ - An authentic brushed merino Merino Wool that is naturally warm and soft to the touch
- Nature Dye - Ethically sourced plant-based dyes that use less water and naturally fade with time
- Rib sleeve cuffs and bottom hem
- Product weight
- Medium = 480 g / 16.93 oz
- Fabric content
- Body: 88% Merino Wool, 9% Nylon, 3% Elastane, Rib: 96% Merino Wool, 4% Elastane
Like nature, the color of this garment is imperfect and will fade naturally. We recommend a cold machine-wash with like colors before wear and line dry in shade.
Machine wash cold (30°C); delicate cycle. Wash with like colors. Do not use softeners. Fasten all closures to wash and dry. Do not bleach. Do not tumble dry. Line dry in shade. Cool iron. Do not dry clean.
Our fabric numbering system.
The bigger the number, the warmer you'll be.
Choose your comfort level with our fabric weight numbering system. The numbers represent the fabric's weight in grams per meter2.
Our merino fiber measurement.
The smaller the micron,
the finer the fiber,
the softer it feels.
The diameter of a merino fiber is measured in microns – where one micron equals one millionth of a meter.
icebreaker’s merino fibers range from 15.5 – 23.5 microns to ensure a soft hand feel across our skin to outer layers. Finer fibers feel softer because they bend more easily when in contact with the skin.
- What's your size?
- See our Size Guide
This product is dyed in a natural hue that will naturally evolve and fade over time, adding depth and authenticity for a lived-in aesthetic. The renewable plant pigments used are sourced from sustainable crops and applied with a non-toxic adherent in a cold-water process. The dyeing uses 65% less water than traditional methods.