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Dale of Norway - Firda | women's sweater made of merino wool

Dale of Norway - Firda | women's sweater made of merino wool

Regular price € 279,00
Regular price € 0,00 Sale price € 279,00
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Women's sweater made of merino wool.

This sporty and elegant sweater is made of 100% premium soft merino wool. The sweater is double layer knit, making it very comfortable to wear. Both sleeves feature a nice red trim, giving the sweater a fresh look. The Firda women's sweater is a nice turtleneck sweater with a loose fit.

  • material: 100% soft merino wool (20.5 micron)
  • color: black / off white
  • designed and knitted in Norway
  • washable on a wool wash program

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Wool is a great material for making clothes because it is antibacterial and odor resistant. Woolen clothing therefore does not need to be washed often. Hang the garment outside occasionally to freshen it up. If you still want to wash the garment, we recommend Texelana Wool Detergent . Never rub hard when washing by hand to prevent felting. Always look at the label in the garment for washing instructions. Always let woolen clothing lie flat to dry.

Treating your woolen garment in this way will not only make it more beautiful and last longer. By airing instead of washing you also save the environment.

Store woolen clothes

We recommend that you store your woolen clothing clean, possibly with a bag of lavender; this keeps the moths at bay. It is also best to store woolen clothing lying down, so that the elasticity of the wool is not affected.

About Dale of Norway

The village of Dale is located between steep mountains, waterfalls and fjords on the west coast of Norway. In 1872, Peder Lebsen traveled through the small village of Dale, close to the city of Bergen. He saw in Dale the ideal place to set up a first-class textile production factory. The Dale of Norway textile mill was completed in 1879 and has remained active in the village of Dale ever since.

From the start, the focus was on making high-quality wool products. The factory quickly grew into the largest employer in the region. Skilled knitters and craftsmen joined the company, often followed by their relatives. This experience and expertise was then passed on to the next generation.

The company stands for premium quality in every garment - a trademark of Dale of Norway since 1879.