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Active wear brand Icebreaker designs its products with sustainability in mind. Every garment begins at New Zealand’s Southern Alps, with sheep herds located in 120 high country stations covering two million acres. From underwear to mid-layer garments, the line is easy to mix and match, including outdoor, technical, and lifestyle pieces, each containing its own unique fabrics and design details.

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In case you’re not familiar with Merino wool, it’s a wonderful natural fibre that regulates body temperature in all climates. Merino’s also got natural UV protection and is anti-bacterial so you can wear items several times before the next wash, making it very useful for travel.

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We own several Icebreaker pieces and they wear well, maintaining shape and comfort throughout the seasons. The Bliss Wrap is one of the brand’s more popular items and for good reason: it’s versatile and can be worn several ways to pair with just about anything in your wardrobe — from jeans, skirts and leggings to yoga gear.

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At Icebreaker’s 150 grams per meter mark (all-season), it’s light and super comfy, perfect for layering with a turtleneck or t-shirt depending on the temperature. I can also see this wrap working with dressier outfits.

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Along with black, light rose and maroon, there’s the Metro heather and black colour-block option that recently caught my eye at their Vancouver store. Its black sleeves and neck trim and tie contrast nicely with the light grey.

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Button it on top, tie it in back, wear it open or take the front to the back and tie it. Made of breathable Merino wool with added core-spun fabric for durability, this wrap will roll into luggage and arrive without wrinkles.

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Machine washable, the Bliss Wrap retails for $169.99 and is available at Icebreaker stores in Kitsilano, West Vancouver and across North America.

About Icebreaker

Based in Wellington, New Zealand, Icebreaker is committed to sustainability, ethical manufacturing, and animal welfare. Launched in 1994, Icebreaker was the first company to develop a merino fibre layering system for the outdoors. It was also the first outdoor apparel company in the world to source merino directly from growers, a system it began in 1997.

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