Product features
  • 70% recycled wool, 25% polyamide, 5% other fibres.
  • Knitted with a Greenland graphic pattern.
  • Round neckline.
  • Wool wicks moisture away.
  • Polyamide gives durability.
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Product description
Greenland’s spectacular mountains inspired this patterned knitted sweater in recycled wool. The yarn is made from spill from the Italian textile industry that has been recycled using traditional methods. The result is a soft, sustainable material produced with minimum use of chemicals, water and energy. A beautiful and warm everyday garment with all the great functional properties of wool.
Product specifications

Activities: Outdoor
Arm Length: long sleeve
Care Instructions: hand wash, wash with similar colors, do not dry clean, do not tumble dry, iron at max. 110°C, do not bleach
Environmental Info: Recycled
Family: Greenland
Fit Apparel: Regular Fit
Gender: Men’s
Legal Notice: Contains non-textile elements of animal origin.
Material: 70% wool, 25% polyamide, 5% other fibers
Material Name: Wool, Re-Wool
Weight: 420 g
Weight Reference: in size M

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How to take care of wool

Extend the lifetime of your insulation garments

Wool is naturally hardwearing and odour resistant, but it does require some extra care to ensure it lasts a lifetime. You can find out how to take care of your wool garments in our care guide.
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Wool

Nature’s very own functional material

 Warm when damp
Icon Insulated Wicks away moisture
 Odour and dirt resistant
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Greenland family

Iconic outdoor

It was a Scandinavian climbing expedition to Greenland in 1966 that symbolized the need of the 1960s for functional and durable outdoor clothing. Based on of the feedback of the expedition alpinist’s, the first Fjällräven jacket saw the light of the day.

Today, the Greenland family consists of a number of products that are all made in G-1000, all with details and characteristics from the original model of 1968.