icebreaker Mereno clothing

Over the years I haven’t had much luck with wool clothing.

Very expensive. Yet not durable. I found holes in the garments after, perhaps, 10 wash cycles.

But last year I was convinced by an icebreaker salesman to try again. Some of their new products are mostly 87% Merino wool but with some nylon to improve durability.

It works. I’ll be traveling with 3 icebreaker tops on my next trip.

They dry more slowly than synthetic. But stink less. It’s worth it.

The one below costs US$90 or more. I got my most recent shirt for less than $40. You have to shop and wait. The icebreaker sale in my local shop only happens twice a year.

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Rick Mc

Career gymnastics coach who loves the outdoors, and the internet.

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