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Surrounded by towering mountains in Western Norway, the small village of Dale has been producing and delivering some of the world’s finest knitwear since 1879. Borrowing from the town’s namesake, Dale of Norway, was founded by Peter Jebsen. Today, Dale of Norway is the world’s largest manufacturer of traditional Norwegian knitwear.

Dale of Norway sweaters are known for their unique designs, beautiful clear colors, and their quality and functionality. For over a century, Dale of Norway has led the industry in innovation and manufacturing techniques. Everything from new seamless knitting techniques to constant development of new colors and styles to Teflon® treated yarn for greater stain resistance has allowed the name, Dale of Norway, to stay synonymous with quality and comfort.

Dale of Norway is a favored boutique brand worldwide and is a supplier to many national ski and Olympic teams. In 2002 and 2006, Dale of Norway delivered the official sweaters and cardigans for the Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City and Torino, Italy. If you are looking for quality knitwear with rich tradition and flavor, you need look no further than Dale of Norway. After 128 years, we are still the name that made Norwegian sweaters famous.

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