Icebreaker began when, in 1994, an American young lady presented Jeremy Moon, then, at that point, 24, to a merino fleece rancher she had remained with as she hiked around New Zealand. Brian and Fiona Brakenridge lived on the distant Pohuenui Island in Marlborough with their two children Ben and Sam and 5,000 sheep. They had fostered some model warm clothing produced using 100% unadulterated New Zealand merino fleece, a fiber that was then of such little worth that it was sold for minimal expense to be mixed with conventional fleece.
Solid, lightweight and delicate, merino fleece is warm in the colder time of year and cool in the late spring. Their adaptable scope of garments incorporates base layers, people's clothing, T-shirts and coats. From city to mountain, climbing, skiing or laidback living, icebreaker is a feasible decision for yourself and the planet.