What you've been saying about these Base Layers from Icebreaker...
Icebreaker Body Fit Long Sleeve Crew + "I picked up one of these Icebreaker Body Fit Crew base layers whilst in New Zealand some years ago..." + "Icebreaker have had a big role in making merino popular again..." + "My first impression for a base layer was - how much..." + "I was given one of these Icebreaker baselayers as a Christmas present two years ago and it is still going strong..." + "Like most of Icebreakers clothing the first thing that grabs you is the price..." + "Some people may feel that the price of this Icebreaker Body Fit crew is enough to discount it, but look carefully at what you're getting and you'll see that it actually represents good vale for money..." + "On bike rides, the Icebreaker body fit crew baselayer has been reasonably comfortable and worn with another couple of layers has kept the wind at bay..." + "This is the second Icebreaker top I own, (see my review of the ..."
Icebreaker Original Zip T + "Firstly I’d like to inform everyone that Icebreaker WAS originally made in the Southern Alps of New Zealand but if you now look at your inside label it states ‘designed in New Zealand, made in China’..." + "Unlike most synthetic base layers you only need one set of these compared with 2 or 3 synthetic ones that will start to smell after only a day ..." + "Icebreaker..." + "I was lucky enough to get my Origional Zip whilst on holiday in Prague, this brought the price down to something much more appealing..." + "I had the good fortune to come across icebreaker equpment back in 2002 whilst on a trip to NZ..." + "I was bought an Icebreaker Original Zip T for Christmas last year by very generous relatives..." + "This company is breaking the Trades Description Act by continuing to state that Icebreaker is made in New Zealand when it is in fact made in China..."
Icebreaker Womens Tech Top + "A heavyweight wool layer, this can genuinely be worn as either a base layer or an insulation layer..."
Icebreaker Tech Top + "I was bought this as a present - I don't think I'd have spent £65 (or more) on a baselayer - well I wouldn't have previously..."