Icebreaker Commute Jackets

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MSRP : $229.95

Product Description

The Icebreaker Men's Commute Jacket is built for pure performance. Merino wool is lightweight and extremely breathable, and it manages moisture and odor ridiculously well. The slim cut of the Commute makes layering easy and won't restrict movement.

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Long Cold Winter Commute Support Thread 2014/15

Not quite officially winter in the lower 48 yet but it's snowing in places, the mornings are dark and the temps are dropping so it's close enough for me.Read More »

RIP commute..... (for now)

I've only been commuting since May but have had a pretty good run...... well that run is coming to an abrupt stop. As of today my wife went back to work full time (911 dispatcher) and since she is in classroom training for the first 4-6 weeks of her job she will be working a regular 8-5 and I'm gon ... Read More »

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For me its only 10.8 miles one way. So nothing major here but I wondered who's putting in serious miles here.Read More »

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