Named after the Norwegian mountain range Jotunheimen, this sporty and technical jacket is equipped with water-repellent wool laminated to a breathable, windproof membrane and finished with soft fleece. Versatile in style and use, the Jotunheimen transitions from the slopes to the streets with ease. Knitshell weatherproof, removable hood, storm cuffs, two-way zipper and zippered pockets.
Laser cut lines, hidden magnetic closures and reflective thread details in front and back give this soft and lightweight coat an edgy, stylish look. The name Yr means light rain, appropriate for a coat made with windproof and water- and stain-repellent Woolshell.
This versatile sweater has genuine deer antler toggles and elk leather on the back of the collar. Made with water-repellent and stain-resistant long-lasting Norwegian wool, it’s perfect for hunting and outdoor activities.
A new, weatherproof version of our bestselling Vail sweater. Made with 100% long-lasting Norwegian wool, this water-repellent sweater has a breathable windproof liner and soft cuffs. Add in stain- and dirt resistance, and you get a perfect sweater for the great outdoors.
Matching Vail hat.
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, 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.
Matching women’s version.
An outdoor sweater with elk pattern at the back, genuine deer antler toggles and elk leather on the back of the collar. Made with water-repellent and stain-resistant wool and a windproof liner, perfect for hiking and hunting. Named after "Finnskogen," a Norwegian forest area known for its rich wildlife.
This Weatherproof anorak is windproof, water-repellent and stain resistant. Made with light and soft Knitshell wool fabric, it features a detachable fur collar, pockets with pewter buttons, leather detailing and merino cuffs. "Fjell" is the Norwegian word for mountain.