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Five good reasons to wear wool in the summer

Five good reasons to wear wool in the summer

Everyone knows that wool is the most essential winter wardrobe item. But did you know that summer is also high season for wool? Here are five good reasons to wear wool in the summer.
7 good reasons to wear wool when running

7 good reasons to wear wool when running

Wearing wool while training is not only better for the environment, it’s also better for you. You only have to wear wool once to know it would be difficult to return to synthetic training clothes.
Turns around the idea that wool is uncomfortable

Turns around the idea that wool is uncomfortable

You may remember the old wool sweater from your years as a toddler when winter was a dreaded time because of all the uncomfortable clothes you had to put on. Fortunately, much has happened with wool products since then.
A choice for nature

A choice for nature

Our oceans are littered with billions of particles of plastic. Though they aren’t usually thrown away as casually as plastic bottles or carrier bags, they’re just as harmful to the environment. We hardly ever give a moment’s thought to our clothes breaking down because we can’t see the process with the naked eye.
Covid-19

Covid-19

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The layering clothing principle

The layering clothing principle

Proper layering of clothing is one of the most fundamental concepts for outdoor activities. The layers of clothes must be moisture-wicking, insulate and protect against weather and wind.
Choosing the right middle layer

Choosing the right middle layer

The best experiences start with the right clothing. Layer by layer, from the innermost to the outermost garments. Nothing beats a woollen insulating middle layer to keep you warm - whatever the weather and activity.
Choosing the right base layer

Choosing the right base layer

Whether you're aiming for Galdhøpiggen, powder snow or three rounds of the neighbourhood, you should choose the woollen undergarments that best suit you and your favourite activities.
Remember the Norwegian Mountain Code

Remember the Norwegian Mountain Code

When the snow settles over the landscape like a blanket, and Easter approaches, the Norwegians take to the skis, pack their rucksacks, and get ready to go out into the wild.
Plan your next trip with wool

Plan your next trip with wool

Proper layering of clothing is one of the most fundamental concepts for outdoor activities. The layers of clothes must be moisture-wicking, insulate and protect against weather and wind.