Oslo Sweater Shop have a huge selection of the best brands made in Norway. Traditional patterns and fabrics made in 100% Wool of Dale of Norway, the best quality jackets made in 90% down of Scandinavian Explorer and also the typical Marius Sweaters.
The village of Dale is nestled between beautiful steep mountains, waterfalls and fjords on the west coast of Norway. In 1879, the historic textile factory was established in this valley with easy access to wool, strong knitting traditions, and a great supply of natural power from the local waterfalls. Since then, Dale of Norway has developed stunning designs in premium qualities that are well-known worldwide. into garments for fashion and sport with an authentic story.
The Scandinavian Explorer product line is designed in Saltnes, Norway.
The label is all about the journey, inspired by nature, the Norwegian spirit of exploration and wanderlust.
Our product lineup consists of quality down jackets, softshell jackets, fleece jackets, bags, underwear, hoodies, t-shirts, caps, knitwear and wide selection of gifts.
The Marius-sweater was designed in 1953 by Unn Søiland, and sold to Sandnes Wool factory in 1953 as a handknit-reciepe pattern. Today it is known as the bestselling and most knitted pattern in Norway. It is considered a Norwegian icon that says something about Norwegians' love for the outdoors in the free Norwegian nature.
The designer Unn Søiland made history by designing new patterns and used wool with bright colors, which was very unusual at the time, and this made "Norwegian sweaters" to great fashion, also abroad, - and "Norwegian sweaters" became an internationally popular concept.
Unn Søiland Dale received the King's Medal of Merit in gold for her lifelong pioneering work to develop Norwegian knitting traditions and design for hand-knitting and wool, and to make Norwegian wool fabrics popular internationally.
Devold® Originals are warm and traditional sweaters made from 100 % pure new wool from Norwegian sheep. These sweaters were originally made for fishermen and other workers in the harsh climate along the Norwegian coast. Today these garments have become popular mid-layers or outerwear, perfect for cold weather. In order to achieve soft and well fitted...