Norse projects and harris tweed jacket

Mixing Danish style with Scottish cloth, Norse Projects have released a range of Harris Tweed products for A/W19. The collection, consisting of two outerwear pieces and two accessories is sure to absorb the harshest of cold.

Harris Tweed, as written in the Harris Tweed Act of 1993, is defined as being handwoven by the islanders of the Outer Hebrides. Constructed from pure virgin wool, it is bound geographically to this area located off the west of Scotland. It is dyed and spun there, then woven by hand in the islander’s homes. Harris Tweed is characterised by its warmth, not surprisingly as the island is at the mercy of the unforgiving Atlantic Ocean. But, the fabric allows for breathability, which makes it a sought after material in menswear.

Svalbard Car Coat

This coat is a Harris Tweed constructed outer whilst being lined a Gore-Tex Infinium Windstopper. A combination that will block the wind but still allow water vapour to escape. Available in both black and navy colour.

£1,225 from Norse Projects

Nunk Jacket

A mid-length jacket insulated with a 100% recycled sustainable alternative to down, called Thermore Ecodown. The jacket features a two-way zip, and storm flap with Cobrax snap button closure.

£815 from Norse Projects

Kaj Gloves

Every man needs a great pair of gloves during winter. These premium leather and Harris Tweed gloves will not let you down. They are warm, durable, breathable and water repellent.

£130 from Norse Projects

Sports Cap

Finish of the look with this six-panel sports cap. As it is made from Harris Tweed, the material is natural and biodegradable as well as being water repellent.

£110 from Norse Projects

This collection is a celebration of artisanal craftsmanship. A connection with past traditions of manufacturing that can easily be lost in the modern world of menswear. 

Shop the range at Norse Projects

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