Icebreaker’s Drayden Tank is a slam dunk when it comes to Work From Home wear. The relaxed fit of the Drayden tank allows you to be comfortable while in the comfort of your home and still look professional.
The crew neck of the Drayden Tank is relaxed, leaving plenty of room to show off your favorite necklace. The wide shoulder straps covers most of your shoulder without confining you like a cap sleeve. The length is my favorite feature of the Drayden. The length is a couple inches past your waist line so you could tuck in the tank if you needed. However, the back is longer allowing for full coverage. This is great when you are biking, cooking, presenting, napping, and hiking.
The cool-lite fabric of the Drayden is a blend of Merino Wool and TENCEL to create a moisture wicking, yet breathable fabric that is professional looking but will perform in the outdoors. The Merino wool naturally helps keep odors at bay while it regulates your body temperature. Wether you are wearing the Drayden for the third day in a row or trying to stay warm in a dramatically cooled office space, the Drayden makes for the ideal first layer when packing for an adventure, home or office. Pair with a favorite sweater, like the icebreaker Waypoint Sweater for optimal comfort.
The natural dye technique used to create the beautiful deep coral pink of my Drayden Tank uses 65% less water than traditional dying methods. This method supports the ethical and transparent manufacturing that icebreaker is so proud of. As of the publish date of this article, icebreaker’s global fabric composition is 84% natural fiber and only 16% is man made.
The Drayden is available in multiple color ways. I have the Madder Root and love the pop of color it provides to my wardrobe. After it’s first wash, the Drayden did not lose it’s shape or shrink. One important thing to note is that due to the relaxed fit of the tank, I would suggest that you size down.