Icebreaker Mens Tech Lite II Tee
All about this product
The Tech Lite II Short Sleeve Tee Natural Alps is icebreaker’s most versatile merino tech tee, providing stretch, comfort, breathability and natural odor-resistance for just about any adventure you can think of. The Tech Lite features lightweight, breathable and naturally odor-resistant 150gm jersey fabric, made with 100% pure merino wool. The tee’s original artwork by Chrissie Abbott features a screenprint of an alpine scene with icebreaker's mantra—Move to Natural.
Inspired by nature, icebreaker harnesses the performance qualities of natural fibers to offer an alternative to clothing based on petrochemical synthetics. Merino is an annually renewable fiber that naturally resists odors, keeps you cool when it’s hot and warm when it’s not, and lets your skin breathe for comfort all day, every day.
- Ideal use: Adventure, lifestyle, Hiking
- Materials : 100% Pure Merino wool
- Naturally renewable, recyclable and biodegradable
- All Icebreaker merino wool meets criteria and the five freedoms of the lambs
- Original artwork design by Chrissie Abbott
- Body temperature regulation
- Machine wash cold
- Naturally odor resistant
- Warm when wet
- Offset shoulder
- Short sleeves
- Crew neck
- Fit: Regular
- Weight: 149g
Breathable fabric, Odour resistant, Quickdry, Stretch
Normal fit. Choose your regular size.
Machine washable at 30°C
Athleisure, Backpacking, Camping, Everyday Walking, Hiking, Lifestyle, Travel, Trekking
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Responsible Wool Standard
ZQ or ZQRX
About this brand
Driven by the belief that nature has the solutions, Icebreaker provide natural performance alternatives to synthetic-based apparel to create a healthier more sustainable future for our species and the planet. 85% of Icebreakers fabrics used globally are entirely natural - with only 15% of fabric coming from man-made sources - and in 2019 they are releasing a water-soluble plastic bag for distribution and delivery of all of their apparel. In 1997, icebreaker became the first company in the world to establish long term contracts with key merino growers. They were based on genuine trust and a mutual concern for animal welfare and the environment. And in 2019 they are releasing a water-soluble plastic bag for distribution and delivery of all of their apparel- and by 2023, they anticipate that man-made fabrics will be entirely eradicated from the range.
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