Devold of Norway has been in the sweater game for longer than most—more than 160 years, in fact. During that time they’ve learned a thing or two about constructing some mighty fine wool garments with an ‘intense focusing on quality’.
Since 1853 the brand has been producing garments to combat the harsh Norwegian cold and after a couple of decades in business, Ole Andreas Devold was already running one of the biggest textile factories in Norway. The success of Devold was further cemented when Fridtjof Nansen skied across Greenland in 1888 and Roald Amundsen journeyed to the South Pole in 1911, both wearing garments from Devold.
You’ll find a tried-and-true birdseye, rich, solid colors in turtleneck form, and versatile zip ups, all made from Norwegian wool. And, they’re all pre-washed to remove all shrinkage and to make them soft, straight off the rack.
Available from $245 at Context.