Heading into winter is the perfect time to stock up on Icebreaker thermals, and Paddy Pallin’s Icebreaker sale is the best way to do it. Icebreaker is a New Zealand brand that produces quality merino-wool based products for all types of adventures. The benefits of merino wool in outdoor clothing can’t be overstated! Warm but breathable, lightweight, odour-resistant, soft, strechy, UV protective, machine-washable, and really importantly, natural and sustainable. This Icebreaker sale not only includes their famous thermals, but also t-shirts like the Icebreaker Cool-Lite Solace SS Low Crewe, insulation layers like the Icebreaker Hyperia Lite MerinoLOFT Jacket and other products like gloves and underwear. Icebreaker produce some of the best merino products in the world, so this Icebreaker sale is a great opportunity to grab those Icebreaker thermals you need for your next adventure (and the endless ones after that).
Do I need to try on Icebreaker products or can I safely buy them online?
One of the great things about Icebreaker products is that the material is stretchy and has a bit of give to it. The size that you should purchase depends on whether you like your clothing tighter or looser, and depends on the activity that you’re planning on using the product for. Icebreaker have a fantastic size guide for each of their items so you can ensure you’re getting the right size. This size guide is available on the Paddy Pallin website as well, and will show you how to measure yourself so that you can feel comfortable buying online. However, if you do happen to choose the wrong size, you can always exchange it by sending it back to us.
How do I take care of my Icebreaker products?
One of the best things about merino wool is that it’s so easy to wash and take care of. People are often put off from the thought of buying Icebreaker thermals because of the misconception that it’s difficult to take care of. This is far from the truth. You can put your Icebreaker thermals in the washing machine with everything else, and just leave them out to dry naturally. It’s still important to check the tag of individual garments however, because some products with synthetic insulation may require more care than thermals.