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Finding our own summer

Icelandic summer is characterized by festivals around the island peaking the first weekend of August with the grandest festivals. This summer will be different and more subdued, but it will not affect the Icelandic festival uniform. This uniform has evolved and lasted for decades: a combination of outdoor clothing, wool sweaters, and fisherman workwear. It is Icelandic summer after all, and you must stay warm and dry.

We headed to Flatey Island. Flatey is an island in a cluster of about forty large and small islands and islets located in Breiðafjörður on the northwestern part of Iceland.  Beautifully kept old houses in cheerful colors line the dusty path through the settlement of the island. Most houses are occupied only during summer. In winter, the island‘s total populations consists of only two families.

Spring/Summer 2020

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MensWomens
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KeilirGORE-TEX® PACLITE® pants (Unisex)
£175.00
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66°NorthCrossbody bag
£50.00
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Gardar Long Jacket

Spring/Summer 2020

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BásarMerino wool zipneck
£90.00
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Kría Polartec® NeoShell® jacket (Unisex)
£375.00
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Spring/Summer 2020

Bags

Backpack15L backpack - Made from leftover fabric
£80.00
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66°NorthCrossbody bag
£50.00
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SnæfellMultipurpose Polartec® NeoShell® jacket
£395.00
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VatnajökullPower Shield® Pro Softshell pants
£250.00
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Sports Bag35L Sports bag - Made from leftover fabric
£110.00
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DyngjaPuffy down jacket (Unisex)
£375.00
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BylurWool sweater
£175.00
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VatnajökullPower Shield® Pro Softshell pants
£250.00
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Explore the collection

Kria

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.

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Dyngja

The collection is inspired by classic 66°North down products originally designed in the early 2000s