Icebreaker Mt. Elliot Men's Long-Sleeve Zipsearch

Icebreaker Mt. Elliot Men's Long-Sleeve Zip

Icebreaker Mt. Elliot Men's Long-Sleeve Zip

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I found this info about the model in the pics to be helpful - MODEL: Height: 5'9" / 180cm. Waist: 32" / 82cm. He is wearing size Medium.
ls the reverse/ inside of the fabric brushed/ fuzzy? I have the Sierra jacket, also realFLEECE, which is brushed inside, and it would be perfect if it wasn’t.
Chamventure
I would assume so. That's what fleece is. It would just be a Merino wool blend and not specifically fleece if it wasn't.
Anyone know if the zipper is one the correct side for men? Last Mens icebreaker jacket I bought had the zipper on the “European“ side... awkward to zip...
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In NA, the zip pull is typically on the right, all IB items have it on the left.
RogerCraft
I have a Mt. Elliot with a hood, and it is "Euro" zip.
WOW! Just got an email that this is shipping THREE MONTHS EARLY! Nice! I'll have it way before hiking/backpacking season.
Hi, does anyone know how to wash this without having it sheink too much? If shrinking is inevitable, how much can I expect this to shrink when I wash it?
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Bountiful
Machine wash, regular liquid or powder detergent. Cold water. Gentle cycle. Hang dry or dry flat and absolutely zero shrinkage in my experience. It may shrink like 2-3% but that's not enough to notice. All bets are off if you nuke it in a hot dryer. Some dry their Icebreaker all the time with no undesired effects, but it is not recommended, nor suggested by the manufacturer for maximum garment lifespan and enjoyment. A premium quality garment such as this will last 10-15 years if proper care instructions are followed.
Bountiful
As with all wool garments, especially Merino, make sure all zippers are up, wash cold/delicate with a mild wool detergent (I use Woolite dark), avoid washing it with any abrasive items, do not use fabric softeners or conditioners. Hang/line dry lighter items in the shade, flat dry heavy/knits. Iron low through a protective layer. DO NOT TUMBLE DRY EVER. The heat will very quickly destroy the fabric.
Fortunately most modern IB items are blended with Nylon, so they are not overly delicate, but i still recommend following the standard wool wash rules just to be on the safe side. Would suck bad to pull your new $200 MSRP sweater out of the wash and find it a perfect form fitted thermal layer for your Chihuahua.