Icebreaker Halo Jersey

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Icebreaker,The New Zealand companyThat pioneeringThe merino outdoorclothing category, is introducing cycling apparel. Boy are we excited!Their garments featureTechnical features for cyclists; plusThe fineMerino Wool constructionThat madeThem famous among backpackers andclimbers.The design onThe Halo Jersey reflectsThe way a riders line flows and arcs with shifting speeds. AndThats just one of its many attractions: its made from lightweight Icebreaker merino, which resists odor and is highly brea

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