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Icebreaker 260 Midweight Tech Top

photo: Icebreaker 260 Midweight Tech Top base layer top

Specs

Men's
Price MSRP: $110.00
Historic Range: $34.07-$110.00
Reviewers Paid: $110.00
Women's
Price MSRP: $110.00
Historic Range: $33.94-$109.95
Kids'
Price Historic Range: $29.40-$54.99
Girls'
Price Historic Range: $32.99-$70.00

Reviews

2 reviews
5-star:   2
4-star:   0
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   0

Was very hesitant to try, but this is one of the best buys I've ever made. In 26 degrees and only a wind shell after hiking only fifteen minutes, this keep me DRY  and WARM.

It is a must if you are out in cold and doing hiking/backpacking. I will be looking for more to supplement my wardrobe...a lighter and heavy weight.

I just cannot say enough good things about this base layer...A MUST HAVE  for hiking/backpacking.

Price Paid: $110

KiwiKlimber

I recently found one of these at 60-70% off. I tried it on with the full intention of buying it and realized how incredibly short the torso length is. I've never worn on a base layer with such a short torso length. Even though it was a good deal, I decided not to buy.


8 years ago

Icebreaker rules! Looks great, non odor, and great temperature regulation.

Pros

  • Unsurpassed temperature regulation
  • Practically odor proof
  • Dries quickly
  • Looks great

After discovering Icebreaker products, I tossed all of my synthetic layers. I use the 260 as a mid weight layer and keep it in my pack to toss on when stating still in moderately cool weather.

Over a 150 tank and under the 320 full zip, I am good for temps down to 20°F.

I love the way it resists odor and maintains insulation properties even when wet, and Icebreaker's designs always look good too!

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: Can't remember exactly, but it was a great deal from Sierra Trading Post

Alicia MacLeay TRAILSPACE STAFF

I also like Icebreaker layers, Judy. It took me a while to actually buy one (on sale) due to price, but once I did it became a favorite layer. I think they're very versatile for year-round use.


6 years ago

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