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Jämtland Sweatdress

Limited to
100
pieces
3950
SEK
Delivery
August 2020
. Pre-orders are 100% refundable.

A variation on our Jämtland Sweatshirt, the Jämtland Sweatdress is a luxuriously oversized interpretation of the classic athletic item.

Photographs from
Previous edition
Itch-free softness
Temperature regulating
Insulates when wet
Odour resistant
Stain resistant
Plastic free
Free from chemicals
100% compostable
The Jämtland sweatdress is made without chemicals or plastics
The Jämtland sweatdress is made without chemicals or plastics
Oversized sleeves and hem for a luxuriously comfortable garment
Oversized sleeves and hem for a luxuriously comfortable garment
The iconic grey mélange comes from an artful blend of white and black wool—no dyes
The iconic grey mélange comes from an artful blend of white and black wool—no dyes
Brushed on the inside for a soft feeling and extra insulation
Brushed on the inside for a soft feeling and extra insulation
A Nordic cross is subtly embroidered on the neck in yellow to highlight the provenance
A Nordic cross is subtly embroidered on the neck in yellow to highlight the provenance

progress

Wool

washing

yarn

fabric

sewing

embroidery

delivery

Wool

The sheep have been sheared for this garment and the wool is waiting to be processed.

Previous edition

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100% Swedish wool

We exclusively use wool purchased directly from farmers we have visited ourselves.
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Made in sweden

Our garments are proudly made by craftspeople keeping manufacturing traditions alive in Sweden.
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