Icebreaker Siren Cami

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Icebreaker's Siren Cami page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The decadently soft Siren Cami from Icebreaker's Premium Underwear range is made from ultralite merino. A gentle next-to-skin layer all year round, this versatile cami has a touch of LYCRA for a great fit.

- CampSaver.com

Features of the Icebreaker Women's Siren Cami Updated with improved Fit plus corespun fabric for enhanced durability Layers perfectly with Siren Bra Sleek design for everyday comfort and layering Adjustable straps Feminine scoop neck Icebreaker tonal screenprint logo

- Moosejaw

Like the Sirens that called to Odysseus, the Siren Cami from Icebreaker beckons you to its soft wooly comfort. Made from 96% Merino wool, the tank is great at regulating body temperature as well as wicking moisture. Fear not, the Siren Cami's visual appeal is not just a trick, it is equally matched by its comfort. PRODUCT FEATURES: Fabric weight: 150 Ultralight Fabric: 83% Merino Wool, 12% Nylon, 5% LYCRA corespun Product Weight: Medium = 84 g / 2.96 oz Updated with improved fit Layers perfect with Siren Bra Sleek design for everyday comfort and layering Adjustable straps Corespun fabric for added durability

- Appalachian Outdoors

The Icebreaker Women's BodyFit150 Siren Cami is the first layer you'll put on in the winter and perhaps the only layer you'll wear for summer lounging. This seductively soft cami has adjustable straps and plays well with others, in case you were contemplating a sports bra for yoga or an opaque, off-shoulder tee when going out for breakfast. Merino wool manages moisture so you don't get manky and odor-causing bugs don't grow, but that does assume you do laundry on a semi-regular (not annual) basis.

- Backcountry.com