Developed by experts
When you first start running in wool, it is difficult to return to synthetics. Our Running collection has been developed with experts from Løplabbet, and the collection has won several innovation awards in recent years.
The running collection consists of quick drying, super lightweight and breathable garments. If you run in cool temperatures, garments made of cotton or synthetics will get cold as soon as it gets wet. Wearing wool you can take a break - whether you´re cold and sweaty. When exercising it is important that the layer next to skin is moisture transporting and ventilating. That way, the sweat will leave your body and it will not make you cold and uncomfortable.
Award winning innovations
The award-winning Devold Running Cover combines a wind-resistant front with breathable arms and a wool mesh back.
Devold Running Vest is one of our most popular running products. The vest protects your body from wind and weather and keeps you warm where it matters the most. The back in wool mesh ensures optimum ventilation.
The ultra-fine and lightweight merino wool running shirt has a two-way zipper, which can be opened at both ends for optimal ventilation. It is superlight, breathes well, is resistant to odor and keeps you warm when you stop for a break in cold temperatures.
When exercising it is important that the layer closest to your skin is moisture transporting and ventilating. That way, the sweat will not stay and make you cold and uncomfortable.
Good for the environment
Saves the environment due to natural materials as well as the need for less washing.
If you run in cool temperatures, garments made of cotton or synthetics will get cold as soon as it gets wet. Choose wool.
Good for you and good for nature
We believe in natural materials and that is why we have created a running collection specifically designed for those who prefer to exercise outdoors, with materials consisting of a merino wool blend and Tencel. Maybe you're wondering what Tencel is? It is a natural fiber, made of cellulose from Eucalyptus trees.