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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Icebreaker's Tech T Lite page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Discontinued . Featuring superfine, performance-ready merino wool, Icebreakerand#39;s Tech Lite 150 Tuatara T-shirt keeps your kiddo in tip-top, play-ready shape. Available Colors: KOI, MONSOON HEATHER. Sizes: 1, 2, 4.

- Sierra Trading Post

Soft, comfortable, and versatile for active boys, Icebreaker's lightweight merino wool Tech T Flyer with a cool rider and bird print will be a daily favorite.


Bikes and sheep, who knew they had so much in common' Ok, maybe they don't have that much in common, but they're both involved in the making the Icebreaker Boys' Tech T Lite Flyer Shirt.

- Backcountry.com

The boys' Icebreaker Tech T Lite Ridge T-shirt is an ideal layer for a variety of weather conditions and activities, from puddle hopping to sledding. Merino wool wicks away moisture and breathes to regulate temperature for outstanding comfort in a variety of conditions; it's non-irritating and resists odors naturally. Fabric provides UPF 39 sun protection, shielding skin from harmful ultraviolet rays. Machine wash warm (inside out) with similar colors; do not use softener or bleach; line dry in the shade; warm iron but do not iron labels; do not dry clean. Closeout.


Icebreaker Boys' Tech T Lite


The Icebreaker Boys' Tech T Lite is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 31, 2015 at Sierra Trading Post.

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