Endure the elements.
Stay protected and comfortable in the Icebreaker Men's Incline Windbreaker when bone-chilling gusts threaten to derail your trail run. The windproof and DWR-treated outer fabric stops chilly breezes and light precipitation in their tracks, while the Cool-Lite mesh lining ensures dry, breathable comfort on the inside. Cool-Lite features merino wool for its natural temperature-regulating and breathable performance, along with Tencel for sweat-wicking, quick-drying action that keeps you from getting bogged down on the ascent. And when the weather subsides, the Incline stashes into its own side pocket for easy storage.
- Lightweight weather protection for active pursuits
- Wind-resistant shell blocks wind and sheds water
- Cool-Lite mesh lining wicks sweat and boosts breathability
- Laser-cut holes in underarms improve ventilation
- Stows in own side stash pocket
- Slim fit for athletic performance
- Drop-tail hem adds coverage
- Item #ICE00P3
- Q & A
New Year New Me
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
This winter I got fat. It was Cheetos, Pabst Blue Ribbon, and Netflix that led the way but I followed them and now here we are. They’re like those friends you had in college that never really moved on and enabled you to do the same. This spring I said “NO MORE! I’m gonna exercise, I’m gonna go to law school, I’m gonna pick up piano at a late age…” well, maybe, at least some of those things.
I received the MEN'S COOL-LITE INCLINE WINDBREAKER as a gift, and I’ve used it pretty much every day since. It is a wonderful jacket for cycling; the back pocket is perfect for reaching snacks (healthy ones, not Cheetos), it breaks wind well, and keeps me cool on tough climbs. If it’s getting a little too warm, I can pack it into its own pocket for super compact storage. Also when I’m going really hard it has a reflective strip running down the front for a little extra visibility at night. It looks good enough to impress girls at the library while I study for the LSAT. And it’s quiet enough to wear at my piano lessons (I hate piano lessons).
I love this windbreaker and will continue to utilize its versatility.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Large
- Height: 6'1"
- Weight: 195lbs
This piece is very well made and super comfortable. I took it out on a short hike recently and it was really breezy. The Incline cut out the wind but also was extremely breathable. It really performed well! I have long arms and the Large is just a bit short there on me and is definitely "slim fit". Love it!