Enjoy the timeless style, durability, and warmth of pure wool in this Norwegian sweater by Devold, the oldest manufacturer of knitted goods in the country, in business since 1853. Farmers and fishermen, hikers and skiers have all prized Devold’s thick and hardwearing design. They’ve even outfitted pioneering Norwegian explorers including Fridtjof Nansen, who led the first inland crossing of Greenland in 1888, and Roald Amundsen, who let the first Antarctic expedition to the South Pole and was the first person to have visited both the North and South Poles.
This oatmeal-colored wool sweater is knit of three-gauge Norwegian wool and features a thick and insulating crew neck.
Designed and developed in Norway. Made in Lithuania. 100% wool. Men’s sizes M (38-40), L (42), and XL (44). Please note: These sweaters are designed with an athletic fit that is closer to the body.
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