A traditional Norwegian sweater is called a lusekofte. This sweater is made from sheep’s wool and dates back to the 19th century.
- The wool used is Norwegian Wool which has long lasting quality.
- Made of eco and animal friendly textile fibers.
There’s no bad weather, only bad clothes’ is a well-known Norwegian quote. This traditional sweater with a modern look would give any father the warm and fuzzies.
Dale of Norway makes these sweaters by using free roaming sheep. I really can get behind a company that makes cruelty-free items!
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