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Malmö Industries was the sewing factory that made our Findor jackets. Their dedication to the details made working with them an easy choice.
Väveriet I Bollnäs have years of experience in woven fabrics, and have deep knowledge of the process required to make wind and water resistant felts.
Our woven Findor fabric is felted and dyed at Sjuhäradbygdens Färgeri in Kinna, a family business that specialises in fabric dye and finishings.
The better a woollen fabric felts, the more wind resistant it gets. Instead of using chemicals to get a better felt, we found a traditional soap from Hälsinge Såpa.
Ljungskile Trikå specialise in the manufacture of jersey products. They make our Jämtland Sweatshirt and other knitted products.
Thomas and Jeanette left their jobs and their small farm in Uppsala to take over Thomas' family farm in 2005. It is outside Sundsvall in the north of Sweden.
The buttons on our garments are crafted by Pewter of Sweden from reindeer antlers. Pewter of Sweden are based in the north.
Rödje Gård supplied over half of the wool used for the first edition of our Findor Jacket. It is run by the Andersson family.
Karin Ericsson’s family has been running Ekeby Gård since 1938, and are one of the suppliers of Findor wool for our all-weather jacket.
The embroidery of the Nordic cross on our main label, is made by Bamatex in Borås, Sweden, who specialise in details for textiles.
A&E Gütermann is a Germany company that makes threads from natural materials, including cotton and silk.
As there are no longer places in Sweden that process wool at scale, we work with the world’s best wool experts in Italy.
Ann Rudsby runs an expansive, organic farm in Lit, Jämtland, and is one of our suppliers of fine, responsibly farmed Jämtland wool.