10 Best Men’s Norwegian pullover of 2020

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Men’s Norwegian pullover guide

The advantages of the popular garment
Norwegians sweaters are currently making a comeback. The functional garment is especially popular on cold days and when staying outdoors. In addition to the fashionable aspect of the men’s pullover, the natural material made of merino wool is clearly in fashion. Compared with other wool fibers, merino wool can best be insulated in the cold and protected from wind, regulate the heat from the inside and absorb the moisture. So far, no synthetic fiber could replace the high-tech natural product. Because the merino wool has a particularly fine structure and is more curly compared to other types of wool. This creates more airspace, so that the heat is better kept.
Today’s models are available in many colors, including navy, black, off-white, gray, red and brown. The design elements are graphically designed, as well as developed from traditional patterns such as snowflake, star and reindeer. Some products have a chained crew neck, others have a turtleneck. Also shawl collar, zipper and buttons complete the popular garment, which originally comes from Iceland or from the Faroe Islands. Strictly speaking, the term „Norwegian sweater“ is not justified.

Production and care of the pullover
After cleaning the wool, the fiber is combed and stretched in a complex process. It can then be spun and twisted into yarn until the desired thickness is achieved. Most Norwegian pulloverfor men are made from 2, 3 or 4 layers of wool. The more yarn is used, the higher quality and more expensive the products are. The yarn dyeing often requires many hours until the wool has completely absorbed the paint and can be dried. The final design of a pullover is preceded by a long phase of development that leads to a constant change of patterns, colors, cuts and functions. Meanwhile, the market also offers fluorescent yarns. For water-repellent sweaters, the fibers are also treated with Teflon. The complex processes of knitting now take over machines. Some manufacturers have the items made separately and seamlessly assembled using a special technique.
Everyone Men’s Norwegian pullover has specific care instructions. Some models are only suitable for lukewarm hand washing, others for machine wash at 30 degrees. The best are neutral mild detergents for wool. It is not necessary to use softener and dryer. Wool sweaters are lying, without exposure to sunlight, to dry. In general, the ironing from the left, and in low heat is not necessary. Dry cleaning can change fabrics and colors. With a Norwegian sweater, it is often sufficient to hang it overnight for airing outdoors.

The coveted natural product wool
Until the 4th millennium BC, the first use of wool can be proven in the Middle East. Less is known about the extraction and processing of the natural product in Europe. Near Hamburg, finds of fabric remnants of linen and wool were dated to 3,000 years before Christ. For a long time, wool was considered a treasure. It was only in the age of industrialization that sheep were deliberately bred, methods for coloring and techniques for weaving were developed. Today, the extraction and processing of wool is once more understood as an old craft. Like silk, wool consists of fibrous structural proteins such as keratin. Compared to cotton, linen or silk, the round cross-section has the largest diameter. Wool fibers are very elastic. After pulling or compressing the natural fiber returns to its original length, so that the fit is retained in a Norwegian sweater. Wool hardly takes on dirt. It is resistant in color and hardly inflammable, because the natural material charred only. The self-cleaning effect of wool binds and neutralizes perspiration. Only the tendency to lint (pilling) can reduce the quality of a men’s pullover.

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