Designed with a focus on combining materials of the highest quality in a jacket that can withstand extreme cold and rough conditions.
The exceptional attention to detail in Jokla's design gives it an elegant and clean impression, making it an ideal selection for multiple purpose of use.
In 1926, 66°North started producing protective clothing for fishermen braving the challenging elements of the North Atlantic ocean.
Today the company makes functional clothing without compromise for all kinds of outdoor activity with a strong reference to its fishermen and workwear heritage.
To keep delivering the highest quality of outdoor clothing, 66°North has collaborated with GORE-TEX to produce enduring products that maximize protection and comfort for the wearer.
Selected styles displayed in the Summer in CPH photoshoot
Iceland, with a population of approximately 335,000 is the smallest nation to qualify for World Cup. Here's everything you need to know about Icelandic football.
The Iceland Men’s football team was founded in 1947 and has never qualified for the World Cup. As this will be our first appearance in the World Cup this summer, we have designed a special capsule of products inspired by Icelandic football culture and the unconditional support the country has for the team. The Iceland Women’s team has already made their debut in the World Cup in 2015.
Þó svo sumarið sé rétt handan við hornið og veðrið loks farið að skána, þá getum við sjaldan skilið eftir regnjakkann heima með góða samvisku.
Dagana 26.-29. apríl bjóðum við upp á valdar vörur á 20% afslætti í tilefni Hreyfidaga, en tilboðin gilda í verslunum okkar og vefverslun.
Vörurnar eru hannaðar til að nýtast einstaklega vel til hlaups og hvers kyns hreyfingar. Þrátt fyrir það, þá er notagildi alltaf haft að leiðarljósi og því nýtast þær einnig til daglegar notkunar.
SOULLAND meets 66°NORTH
Professional mountain guide Einar Rúnar Sigurðsson reached the peak of Hvannadalshnjúkur for the 300th time earlier this month, but Hvannadalshnjúkur is the highest peak in Iceland.
A deserted island north off Iceland