Get to know our collections in detail, from design concepts to real-world applications.
The Dyngja wool capsule is designed and produced in Iceland and made from a strong wool blend containing Icelandic wool, mohair and nylon. The capsule collection is comprised of a sweater, cropped sweater, beanie, balaclava, and a scarf.
James Merry is a visual artist from the UK, now based in Iceland. He is primarily known for his hand embroidery, metalwork and mask-making, and has collaborated with institutions such as the V&A, Gucci, The Royal School of Needlework, Iris van Herpen, Tim Walker and Tilda Swinton.
Upcycling and zero waste
The Sölvhóll product line is a series of heritage-inspired premium garments, all of which are handmade in Iceland and in limited edition. Blending Icelandic shearling with functional and waterproof outer layer fabrics, the product line has been designed to keep you warm.
Crafted out of leftover Polartec Neoshell and fleece fabrics from last year's products, the new Kría capsule unites our heritage-inspired 90‘s design with a long-term sustainability commitment to never throw away product or materials. We use what we have, just as the Icelanders have done for generations.
Benjamin Hardman has been using the protective and versatile 66°North garments in unpredictable Icelandic weather for years and slept countless nights during Icelandic summer in the inflatable tents from the German camping gear innovator, HEIMPLANET.
For the second time, we team up with the Danish fashion label GANNI to define the line between urban life and the great outdoors - following up our initial collaboration in the spring of 2019.
You can take this jacket hiking, skiing, cycling, kayaking, or just walking the dog and its combination of waterproofness, ease of movement, and extremely high breathability makes it the one shell you'll need
The collection is inspired by classic 66°North down products originally designed in the early 2000s