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Merino wool always feels luxuriously soft and cozy, but put it right next to skin for the ultimate merino experience with the Icebreaker Women's BodyFit260 Tech Crew. This baselayer is the first thing that goes on before any cold-weather sport, whether it's skiing, ice climbing, or running in the park. Merino wool naturally regulates body temperature with its breathability and insulation. It's also naturally odor-resistant and antimicrobial for enduring freshness during high-output sports. This top has offset shoulder seams and forward side seams to prevent chafing under a pack or other gear. An elliptical hem adds coverage in back when mobile.

  • Midweight merino wool jersey
  • Regular fit crew neck
  • Set-in sleeves with offset shoulder seams
  • Forward side seams
  • Elliptical hem

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great fit, super comfort

  • Gender:Female
  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size
  • Height: 5'4"
    Weight: 108 lbs
    Size Purchased: xs

This is not just for winter... i love wearing it as a layer over a tank top on summer hikes - it feels so fabulous on, breathable, light yet warm, and of course…it just doesn't get smelly like synthetics… love it!

True to size. Here i am wearing it over a tank top up on Point 13,230 above Telluride, CO

great fit, super comfort
Hike Layer

Hike Layer

I don't always wear merino wool when I hike... But when I do, I have a beer and bear in hand.



  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size

This is a mighty fine baselayer- but just as a heads up, the 260g does work on the insulation front. This thing is TOASTY warm. I've used this out on a couple of fall hikes as a replacement for a jacket, and it does good. I am generally a very warm person and do not like too many baselayers skiing, but I am happy to have this one in the stash for the super cold days.

In regards to sizing, I find it true to size. I am 5'2, 120lbs and I wear the Small. It gives enough room to have a tank on underneath without restricting movement. I'm sure that I could do the XS if I wanted a super tight fit, but I like it as is. It has a nice feminine cut- so it keeps you warm and helps make you look good while doing it. Fashion and Function!


Sleek Physique

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This is a great compliment to anyone's layering system. The Merino wool is soft and supple against the skin, and really helps to regulate your body temp. Not too hot not too cold.

The cut of this piece is slimming and extenuates your best features. Not only will it keep you comfy, it will look good while doing it.

The product is a touch generous on the sizing, however i would not size down, it was the right amount of cozy for me.


Great Baselayer

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size

I have owned quite a few baselayers in my day (Patagonia, Burton, Airblaster, Smartwool, and older Icebreaker) and I think this is my favorite. Icebreaker changed their fit this year so everything fits longer and slightly looser. I am 5'9" 155 lbs and usually between a Large and a Medium and I initially got the size Large. It fits great (slightly loose but flattering). I also purchased the Medium for a more technical fit on those days when I am layering more. The Merino wool is super soft and best of all it really does not smell after wearing it for a full day. If you have had Icebreaker before and the fit was not quite right I definitely suggest trying the new models as the fits are significantly improved!

So exactly how has the fit improved? Somebody mentioned that they changed the sizing so it now fits more people - is that the "improvement"?

If I was previously between a xs and small, which size should I get now?

The fit is now longer in the torso and the fit in the arms and shoulders now allows for better movement. I would say to go with the XS now. I was between a M and a L and the M fits best now.