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Sweat without the usual stink.

Synthetic fabric can get pretty darn stinky halfway through sweaty workout classes, sweaty plane rides, and sweaty week-long backpacking trips. Icebreaker made the Nature Sprite Racerback Bra with naturally odor-resistant merino wool so you can breeze right through and still smell decent.
  • Merino wool naturally regulates your body temperature and deals with odor so there's less stink and less laundry
  • A tiny bit of Lycra adds shape retention
  • Fully lined with soft, stretchy, lightweight merino
  • Racerback straps won't slip halfway through your hike, climb, or workout

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Here's what others have to say...

5 5

Icebreaker bra

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Very comfortable. Wool wicks away sweat. Doesn't smell bad. Love it!

5 5

Comfortable for Trail Running

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

First of all, Backcountry did amazing things with my order which I shipped back then decided to reorder. The Icebreaker Nature Sprite Racerback bra is comfortable and supportive. I use it for around the house, walking or trail running at my nearby park. Icebreaker is a quality product. I bought medium even though I normally wear 32B or 34A. The small is just slightly too tight around. Not as supportive as Icebreaker "Rush" bra but softer. This bra may not be comfortable for everyone. You should like wearing wool already. If you do, then this is a comfortable classic for your active wardrobe. Kudos to Backcountry!

4 5

Nice bra

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

This bra is great though I'm questioning how great the band around the rib cage will be over time. I wore it on a 12 mile run and I had a minor sore from the and rubbing. Great material, kept me warm and fit better than the "rush" style sports bra.

5 5

Awesome for hiking

Super comfortable, offers plenty of support for back-country hiking, and doesn't smell after 8 continuous days of wear & sweat! It's going with me to Mt. Whitney. Plus, it's cute, so it even adds pizazz if the straps or top scoop shows.

4 5

Better for biking

Like others have implied, this bra isn't for high impact activities. Works fine for biking in hot Deep South summers. I also use it for an everyday bra. Especially nice to have on when walking from 98 heat into a 74 degree a/c'd room.

3 5

low support, itchy tag

Comfortable bra, but not very supportive. I am looking for something to wear on extended hiking trips but this bra was just a bit itchy and it does have really enormous tags sewn into the side - I agree that underwear shouldn't have tags. I also wanted a bit more support. When on, there was a weird wrinkle on one side, as though a size S was too big for me (32 C-ish). It would probably be ok for low low impact activities, but even walking seems a bit much for this one.

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Sorry about the tags! Icebreaker is working on going tagless but in the mean time you can simply cut the tags out right along the seam (but don't cut the seam).

2 5


Seems most icebreaker products have large annoying tags that are sewn into the product and as such are difficult to remove and impossible to remove completely. Nowhere is this as big a nuisance as underwear! Underwear should be "tagless"!