Dale of Norway Cortina 1956 Sweater - Men's

Dale of Norway Cortina 1956 Sweater - Men's
Dale of Norway Cortina 1956 Sweater - Men's
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Cortina 1956 Sweater - Men's by Dale of Norway
Dale of Norway first released their Men's Cortina 1956 Sweater back when the Olympic games were held in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy. Available today with the same soft and warm Norwegian wool, the Cortina has that timeless look and long-lasting construction that has made Dale Of Norway legendary for all these years.

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