Discontinued. Don't worry about pacing yourself; Icebreaker's GT Run Rush shirt is designed for the speed- and distance-loving fool in you, thanks to performance-oriented merino wool fabric and a move-with-you, ultralite design.
Reviewed by Dee Da Lee from Chicago on Monday, March 18, 2013
I got this for a trip to Paris and wear it under the Icebreaker cascade jacket. It is just enough warmth without being hot to go in/out of museums all day. And the hot pink color is beautiful. I am 5'4", 150 and the large fits not too snug with the arms a bit long (has thumb holes).
Reviewed by MRunner from USA on Thursday, January 31, 2013
LOVE this top! Perfect layered with a tech tee either under or over. So lightweight yet so warm. I've run in this top, layered with a tech tee, on 20-degree days and stayed remarkably warm from the first step. Very breathable, though, so I don't get too warm or wet, and there's no wet wool smell. Washes great in cold water, regular cycle. I hang it to dry. I want a dozen more!
Reviewed by sayNOtoMOMjeans from MD on Sunday, January 27, 2013
i live in wool. it's warm when you need it to be. it's breathable. it's awesome. icebreaker products have yet to let me down. this shirt is high quality, a flattering cut, comfortable and wearable. great shirt - the thumbholes are a bonus when running.
Reviewed by SheShe914 from NYC metro on Sunday, January 20, 2013
The quality of this piece is outstanding however I was left scratching my head as to what I would use this for. I have TONS of outdoor gear and clothing for multiple sports and weather conditions we experience here in the North East. The material while HIGH quality is seriously paper thin.
Reviewed by Christy from Seattle on Friday, January 18, 2013
Great shirt but they sent me a zip-T neck, not a crew neck as shown. This is actually fine but I'm not sure if the photo accurately displays what they are sending. I am using this for winter Pilates classes--the room is cold--and it's perfect.
Reviewed by klegstrong from albuquerque nm on Monday, January 14, 2013
I have worn as a second layer for after a hard running workout, it's great for underlayer for skiing (depending on how cold how many layers you want). It has long enough sleeves for my long arms and it has a nice dipped hem
Reviewed by tcMpls from Minneapolis, MN on Tuesday, January 1, 2013
I've had about 5 icebreaker shirts now and usually love them, this is the only one that has ever been itchy. I still wear it as a baselayer for running, but can't take the itch if I'm just wearing it under a sweater on a cold weekend.