White warm base layer/Marino wool/LS top

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Mar 2013
2:37pm, 22 Mar 2013
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JohnnyO
I think so, I have pure merino ones and the HH ones are warmer and dont get as waterlogged.
Tend to be tight.
Mar 2013
3:39pm, 22 Mar 2013
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Tarahumara
I've never found my ice breaker ones get waterlogged... they are warm (and cool) and I've not noticed they whiff even after several days of wearing them - as V says they last for decades... I love 'em
Mar 2013
4:37pm, 22 Mar 2013
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hellen
Are ice breaker Marino? And are they warm enough for this time of year with just a vest over?
Mar 2013
4:42pm, 22 Mar 2013
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Velociraptor
Ice Breaker are merino and if you're running hard then the thinner weight ones will be warm enough under a vest. The long sleeved tops come in several thicknesses, from light base layers to full-on woolly jumpers.
Mar 2013
4:44pm, 22 Mar 2013
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hellen
Thanks V. I will not be running hard but will be out all day as its 100km. I will not be dawdling either and it's in Scotland !!!

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Next weekend I am running 100km in an England vest in Scotland

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