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New to our range

Norwegian heritage in sock form by NVRLND

Lina Friedrich
15.10.2022

We now have socks from the Norwegian brand NVRLND in our range. The high-quality cotton and merino wool socks are available in a wonderful wintery national pattern or with a Moomin motif.

Socks with Moomin motif

The Moomins from Moomin Valley are the main characters of the children's books and comic books of the same name by Finnish illustrator Tove Jansson, which are loved by children and adults around the world. From NVRLND you can buy, among other things, socks in the design of the Moomin house.

Moomin socks.

NVRLND Moomin Paint Stripe Crew Socks (Single pack, 41 - 45)
Quantity discount
15.–

NVRLND Moomin Paint Stripe Crew Socks

Single pack, 41 - 45

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NVRLND Moomin Pink Stripe Crew Socks (41 - 45)
Quantity discount
15.–

NVRLND Moomin Pink Stripe Crew Socks

41 - 45

NVRLND Moomin House Crew Socks (41 - 45)

NVRLND Moomin House Crew Socks

41 - 45

NVRLND Moomin Clouds Crew Socks (41 - 45)

NVRLND Moomin Clouds Crew Socks

41 - 45

NVRLND Moomin Rainbow Stripe Crew Socks (41 - 45)
Quantity discount
13.50per piece for 2 units

NVRLND Moomin Rainbow Stripe Crew Socks

41 - 45

NVRLND Moomin Snorkmaiden Low-Cut Socks (36 - 40)
Quantity discount
12.10per piece for 2 units

NVRLND Moomin Snorkmaiden Low-Cut Socks

36 - 40

NVRLND Moomin Little My Stripe Low-Cut Socks (36 - 40)
Quantity discount
12.10per piece for 2 units

NVRLND Moomin Little My Stripe Low-Cut Socks

36 - 40

NVRLND Moomin Mamma Beach Crew Socks (36 - 40)

NVRLND Moomin Mamma Beach Crew Socks

36 - 40

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NVRLND Moomin Snufkin Low-Cut Socks (36 - 40)
Quantity discount
12.10per piece for 2 units

NVRLND Moomin Snufkin Low-Cut Socks

36 - 40

Socks with Marius pattern

NVRLND Summer White (Single pack, 41 - 45)
Quantity discount
13.20per piece for 2 units

NVRLND Summer White

Single pack, 41 - 45

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NVRLND Marius Elsa Crew Socks (Single pack, 36 - 40)
Quantity discount
13.50per piece for 2 units

NVRLND Marius Elsa Crew Socks

Single pack, 36 - 40

2
NVRLND Pride (Single pack, 41 - 45)
Quantity discount
13.50per piece for 2 units

NVRLND Pride

Single pack, 41 - 45

4
NVRLND Business (Single pack, 41 - 45)
Quantity discount
15.–

NVRLND Business

Single pack, 41 - 45

2
NVRLND Marius Vintage Crew Socks (41 - 45)
Quantity discount
13.40per piece for 2 units

NVRLND Marius Vintage Crew Socks

41 - 45

3
NVRLND Marius Anna Crew Socks (36 - 40)
Quantity discount
13.50per piece for 2 units

NVRLND Marius Anna Crew Socks

36 - 40

2
NVRLND Marius Pink Aqua Crew Socks (36 - 40)
Quantity discount
12.90per piece for 2 units

NVRLND Marius Pink Aqua Crew Socks

36 - 40

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NVRLND Marius Classic Crew Socks (36 - 40)
Quantity discount
12.70per piece for 2 units

NVRLND Marius Classic Crew Socks

36 - 40

2
NVRLND Marius Pink Navy Crew Socks (36 - 40)
15.30

NVRLND Marius Pink Navy Crew Socks

36 - 40

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Why socks with a Marius pattern are special

That there are Norwegian knitted jumpers with a diamond pattern is at least vaguely known to most of us. But the fact that the pattern has a name and, in addition to clothing, also adorns lunch boxes, thermos flasks, smartphone covers and many other articles that originate from Norway or are intended to give that impression, perhaps not so much. And the fact that this pattern is worth a fortune and is fiercely contested under copyright law will be news to many.

The knitted pattern is a very popular design.

The knitting pattern is called "Marius" and comes from designer Unn Søiland, who revolutionised Norwegian fashion in the 1950s with colourful yarn and new patterns and made it internationally famous: soon models were walking the catwalk in Paris in hand-knitted looks from Søiland's manufactory.

In 1953, she recorded her most successful design on paper for the first time. In its original form, it contains the colours of the Norwegian flag (red, blue and white) and is knitted - knitting connoisseurs nod knowingly - differently from normal patterns: plain right instead of two left, two right. It was first sold as a hand-knitted pattern in 1954, and a good 70 years later it has become a Norwegian icon: "Marius" is the best-selling and most knitted pattern in the world. Accordingly, the battle for licensing is heated. Anyone who wants to knit, print or weave the typical Norwegian lozenges must be licensed by the official and only publisher of knitting pattern rights and have them checked before production; anything else is a copyright infringement. The current manufacturer of the genuine "Norwegian jumper", Rauma Ullvarefabrikk, is thus fighting against the dilution of its high-quality, internationally identity-forming brand.

Here's the full range of NVRLND.

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