A skin soft merino wool jacket influenced by the fashion trends of the early 20th century. Featuring Norwegian patterns, decorative roll-up cuff and flattering side panels – a nod to the corset shape. This cardigan is named after Christiania, a well-known woman’s name from Norwegian history and the former name of Norway’s capital city, Oslo. White color is stain-resistant.
A versatile jacket rich in feminine pattern details and with a loose fit to suit women of all sizes. Made with 100% soft and lightweight merino wool in a long-lasting knitting quality. Solfrid is a Norse women’s name that means «sun-beauty». White color is stain-resistant.
Made with the same fit and skin soft merino wool as our bestseller Christiania, this jacket has a two-way zipper, flattering side panels and decorative and adjustable roll up cuffs. White color is stain-resistant.
Sigrid is a lightweight jacket made with skin soft merino wool in a flattering feminine fit. Inspired by the Lillehammer pattern, our most popular design, which tells the story of Frøya, the old Nordic goddess of love and fertility. Named after Sigrid Undset, the female Norwegian novelist who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1928.
A lightweight cardigan based on the original Setesdal pattern, blending traditional knitting with a modern expression. Made with 100% skin soft merino wool in a long-lasting knitting quality. Named Hedda, after the strong female lead in Henrik Ibsen’s famous play, Hedda Gabler.
A classic feminine hip-length cardigan with hidden hook closure and side slits at the hem and on the cuffs. Made with 100% skin soft extra-fine merino wool in a long-lasting knitting quality. A barely visible star is knitted delicately into the neckline.
Cardigan with traditional eight-petal rose pattern, Norwegian-made pewter buttons on the cuffs, and piping along the edges. Made with 100% long-lasting Norwegian wool. Named after St. Sunniva, the patron saint of Western Norway. Cut with a roomier fit to make it suitable for virtually all women.
Named after the Norwegian West Coast city of Bergen, the pattern on this jacket includes the seven mountains surrounding the city, its medieval stone hall and the Valknut, an old Norse symbol used as protection from evil spirits. The jacket is made from 100% long-lasting Norwegian wool, with intricate knitting structures.
Timeless and sporty, made with 100% skin soft merino wool, this jacket can be used as a mid- or outer-layer. The Cortina pattern is based on the first official Olympic sweater, designed for the 1956 Winter Olympics in Cortina d’Ampezzo.
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The Setesdal design is the most recognizable Norwegian pattern and has been knitted for generations. The small v-shaped dots are known as the lice pattern, while the crosses were believed to protect from evil spirits. Made with long-lasting Norwegian wool, Norwegian-made pewter clasps and embroidered band, identical to the original design.
Made with 100% superfine and skin soft merino wool, knitted tightly to avoid show-through, this sporty jacket can be used as a «next to skin» jacket or base layer for sport. The Cortina pattern is based on the first official Olympic sweater, designed for the 1956 Winter Olympics in Cortina d’Ampezzo.
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Hovden is a contemporary and lightweight version of our popular Vail sweater, the official team sweater for the US Alpine- and Snowboard team for the 2006-07 season. Hovden is made with 100% skin soft merino wool in a long-lasting knitting quality. (You can still purchase the original Vail sweater, made with 100% Norwegian wool).
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