Icebreaker Brief

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Retailers' Descriptions

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On Sale. Icebreaker Men's Brief DECENT FEATURES of the Icebreaker Men's Brief Closed contoured pouch Low rise, athletic cut in.Bin. satin label at centre back waistband Beast pip label

- Moosejaw

Icebreaker's Beast Brief uses a delightful blend of merino wool and stretchy Lycra to keep your loins comfortable and under control. A closed, contoured pouch cradles your goody basket for ample support, and the athletic cut gives you plenty of freedom to roam the wild without feeling restricted. Merino wool naturally repels odor and wicks moisture away from your skin to help keep you dry while you wrestle with the elements in Man Vs. Nature style. So grab ahold of the three centimeter elastic waistband, pull these undies over the family jewels, and loudly proclaim your manlihood with a blood curdling roarnice work; women and children are fleeing.


For unbelievable next to skin comfort, pull on the Icebreaker Brief for Men. Made from 100% merino wool, the Brief is naturally moisture wicking, breathable, and odor resistant, providing all day comfort where it really counts.

- Altrec Outdoors

The Icebreaker Beast 150 Brief is soft, breathable, and non-itch for those who appreciate comfort and performance. Icebreaker Beast 150 Brief Features: Closed contoured pouchLow rise, athletic cut3.3 cm stiped elastic wasitband"B" satin label at center back waistbandIcebreaker pip labelMaterials: 100% Merino wool

- OMCgear

Icebreaker Brief


The Icebreaker Brief is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 2, 2013 at Moosejaw.

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