The Mens Tech Trainer Hybrid Jacket from Icebreaker is a technical layering piece designed for cold-weather running and training, while offering the optimal balance of warmth, protection and breathability. The jacket’s main fabric features a soft and stretchy midweight jersey blend of merino wool and Lycra that insulates and stretches. Across the front, shoulders and upper arms, zoned panels of ultralight, air-permeable Pertex Quantum Air fabric feature a DWR finish to repel light moisture and windy conditions. Offset shoulder seams prevent chafing when you’re carrying a pack, and zippered hand pockets store your phone and other small essentials.
- Hybrid construction with zoned woven overlay panels
- Zoned air permeable Pertex Quantum Air fabric
- LYCRA content for stretch and mobility
- Nylon content for durability
- Reflective center front zip for visibility
- Zipper chin guard and interior storm flap
- Offset shoulder seams prevent pack rub
- Zippered hand pockets
- Drop tail hem for added coverage
- Center back length: 74.4cm
Icebreaker has been pioneering the use of merino wool in technical clothing since its birth in 1994. The merino is one of the world’s most ancient breeds of sheep, favoured by manufacturers for its tough but incredibly soft wool. Using cutting edge construction techniques, Icebreaker has adapted the wool into a system of layers ideal for the outdoors, performance sports, and the city.
Sustainability is at the heart of what Icebreaker do. They're not bothered with creating the latest technical fibre for their garments; nature has already created the perfect natural protection against scorching summers and freezing winters. By putting the environment before profit, Icebreaker have created a profitable sustainability through a balance of ecology and economy.
Icebreaker merino garments are soft and non-itch, warm in the cold and cool in the heat, extremely breathable, and have a miraculous ability to warn off odour. Icebreaker have adapted merino wool into a system of lightweight layers. Wear a next-to-skin layer in warmer weather, then layer up for insulation in the cold.
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