A fresh and relaxed interpretation of the famous Norwegian Sotra sweater, easily recognizable with a pattern of repeated eight-petal roses across it. Made from 100% fine Norwegian wool from the sheep’s very first shearing. The fibers are short, giving us a finer and softer yarn. The original Sotra sweater was part of our collection in the early 1990s. This comeback kid has now been updated with a young, wide and contemporary fit.
A fashionable and comfortable sweater inspired by wild reindeer: A reindeer’s head surrounded by snowflakes transform into a traditional Norwegian pattern. Snøhetta (literally ‘snow hood’) is one of Norway’s highest mountains and a natural habitat for wild reindeer. Well adapted to the climate of the Norwegian mountains, the extreme cold and snowy conditions are no match for the hardy reindeer. Made from 100% super-soft, air-spun merino wool, the Snøhetta sweater offers crazy comfort for not-so-hardy two-legged creatures. Matching hat and headband.
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.
A feminine sweater with flattering button closure side slits at the hips and a roomy fit. It is a light and delicate sweater made from 100% skin-soft merino wool. The detailed pattern is a modern take on the traditional Norwegian look. The name ‘Symra’ comes from the Norse word ‘symre’ which means ‘summer’. Fittingly the Symra sweater is covered with flowers.
The Setesdal design is the most recognizable Norwegian pattern and has been knitted for generations. Time to shake it up! The Dalsete sweater has all the well-known design elements from the Setesdal sweater: the lice pattern, the crosses to protect from evil spirits, the embroidered band, the colorways, and the Norwegian-made pewter clasps (turned into buttons). But all remixed into a truly new and unique sweater with a young and stylish look. The wool is updated as well. Made from 100% fine Norwegian wool from the sheep’s very first shearing. The short fibers of the wool make the yarn finer and softer, giving us a light, warm and comfortable sweater with a twist.
The official team sweater for the Norwegian Cross-Country ski team for the 2021 World Championships in Oberstdorf. Inspired by the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) in design and colorways. Enigmatic. Electric bursts of energy with glowing bright lights. From the North. You could say our athletes and the Northern Lights have a lot in common. The Oberstdorf team sweater is adorned with the Norwegian flag striped cross, snow crystals and the eight-petal rose. Made from 100% skin-soft merino wool in a long-lasting knit quality.
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A fashionable and comfortable sweater made with super-soft merino wool. With a diagonal zipper from shoulder to neck, a large polar bear on the chest (an old Norwegian knitting tradition), and the Dale-name in big letters on the sleeve. This sweater is as cool as a polar bear can be. (Isbjørn is Norwegian for polar bear).
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This sporty and weatherproof sweater has a breathable windproof liner, water-repellent wool and soft cuffs with thumb holes. Inspired by the pattern from the famous Selbu-mitten, with a softened version of the eight-petal rose, it’s named after the highest mountain in the Selbu area. The sweater is stain resistant and has a modern fit with two zippered pockets in front.
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The official sweater for the Norwegian Cross-Country team, made for the 2019 Nordic World Ski Championship in Seefeld, Austria. The sweater has a sporty, retro look with a crisp pattern symbolizing mountains and snow. The inside of the neck is decorated with the Norwegian flag stripes. Made from 100% skin soft and lightweight merino wool with long-lasting knit quality. White color is stain resistant.
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The Norwegian Alpine teams sweater for the World Championship 2019 in Åre. Made with soft, lightweight merino wool in a premium knit quality. The design is inspired by the 1950s Norwegian sports sweaters, featuring falling snow and traditional Norwegian crosses.
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A feminine sweater with flattering side slits at the hips. Made with 100% skin soft and lightweight merino wool in a long-lasting knitting quality. Inspired by the sweater’s snowflake pattern, the name “Snefrid” means “snow beauty.” White color is stain-resistant.
A bestselling classic, based on the original 2003 St. Moritz World Ski Championship sweater. Made with our innovative Comfort knit technology, giving it a comfortable fit with a bit of stretch, in a double layer skin soft merino wool.
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Made with 100% superfine and skin soft merino wool, knitted tightly to avoid show-through, this sporty sweater can be used as a «next to skin» sweater 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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A new take on our original sweater from the 1956 Winter Olympics in Cortina d’Ampezzo. With half-zip and elk leather trim along the zipper, this sweater made from 100% Norwegian wool captures the essence of traditional Norwegian history.
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