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Item # ICE0714
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Icebreaker Arm Warmer $0.00
Just because the seasons are changing doesn't mean you have to hang up your favorite jersey for warmer layers. The Merino wool IceBreaker Arm Warmer provides the temperature regulation needed to keep you warm, while wicking moisture away.
|Height||5ft 10in||5ft 10-3/4in||5ft 11-1/2in||6ft 0-1/4in||6ft 1in|
|Woven Bottoms||28 - 30||32 - 34||36||38 - 40|
- How to Measure:
- For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
- Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
- Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
- Measure around the fullest part of your body at the top of your legs.
What community has to say
Quality Merino Arm Warmers
I've been using these arm warmers for cycling in South Lake Tahoe's bi-polar Winter/Spring for the last month. From 2,100+ miles of backpacking I've learned that less is more when it comes to clothing for high-output activity. When it's hovering around freezing or just above, I prefer layers of merino rather than a windshirt or jacket. If it's sunny and 40+ I wear my Icebreaker Circuit jersey and these arm warmers. For anything colder, I wear a 200 weight Contour Crew as a base layer in addition to my jersey and these sleeves.
Basically what I'm getting at is that these arm warmers are super comfortable and warm - but more importantly, they are breathable. They are great to have around for changing seasons and as a permanent piece of cold-weather kit.
I'd also recommend these for backpacking to replace a long-sleeve shirt.
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