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Dale of Norway Myking Masculine Sweater - Grey/Green


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from 299,90 €
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Old price: 379,90 €
379,90 €**
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Description

A fashionable sweater in a hand-knitted look, made from a new super-soft and lightweight merino wool yarn, for a wonderfully comfortable fit. The traditional eight-bladed rose in the pattern is a youthful and elegant design. Named after the Norwegian mountain village of Myking, with many wooden hides in which such cuddly garments fit perfectly. The word "myk" means "soft" in Norwegian.

  • Hand knitted pattern, super soft and remarkably light
  • Exclusive air-spun merino wool
  • Extra high collar with zip
  • Französ shoulders
  • Matching hat and feminine version

Your Dale sweater is unique, because it is characterized by the long experience of Dale of Norway and the traditional Scandinavian history. The detailed Norwegian sweaters are made with a lot of love and care. All work steps are carried out in the factory in the small village of Dale in the beautiful fjord landscape of Western Norway since 1879. The result is a quality that is second to none.
In addition, great value is placed on the use of environmentally friendly materials and processes, as the Norwegians are closely linked to nature. The energy of the small factory comes from the surrounding waterfalls in the valley. The sweaters are made from 100% Norwegian wool or merino wool (see product info below) and only 100 certified yarns are used. In spite of the traditional production, the company focuses on modern patterns and cuts and thus manages to give the classic Norwegian sweater a modern design.
Not for nothing are genuine Norwegian sweaters one of the currently biggest fashion trends. You will receive a great sweater from Norway that will warm you up and keep its positive qualities for a lifetime.


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