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The wool in this sweater is harvested from free ranging sheep living the high-life up in the mountains of Hallingdal from June from September. Later it is respectfully spun and knitted in Italy. The tough fibres from the Norwegian sheep are developed to withstand the rugged climate,and gives this sweater just the right weight and protection for us enjoying the same rugged territory. Some claim it itches a bit more than our soft merino wool styles, but real men won’t notice.

Inspired by Roald Amundsen and other heroes from the golden age of exploration, we have applied a chest pocket in waxed cotton – the kind of convenient feature the old explorers would sew themselves while in camp.    

A bit big in size

The perfect outdoor sweater.

› 100% Norwegian wool
› Applied pocket in 100% waxed rip stop cotton from British Millerain
› Spirit of Amundsen patch on upper sleeve

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  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Martin jordsjø (verified owner)

    passer perfekt for kalde vår netter og kalde dager om vinteren! samt også bare som yttertøy på sommern! elsker den!

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  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Matt thomason

    Beautifully made classic clothing

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  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Herman

    Love the look of this sweater. Looks simple, but different.

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  4. ROBO_REECE (verified owner)

    used this sweater all winter. did not need anything more actually. great for downhill skiing, slow walk to work, chopping firewood or sitting around the campfire. great quality ! kept me warm on the coldest days. this is a keeper . . .

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