Dale of Norway Moritz Sweater - Men's

Dale of Norway Moritz Sweater - Men's
Dale of Norway Moritz Sweater - Men's
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Moritz Sweater - Men's by Dale of Norway
Tucked away in the mountains of Norway, Dale of Norway has been producing quality wool goods for over 130 years. Their Men's St. Moritz Sweater is named after the famous world ski championships held in Switzerland during the first half of the 1900s. Its Nordic-inspired pattern and relaxed fit is right at home over a pint after a day of skiing. The soft Comfort knit merino wool construction ensures that you'll be just as comfy in it when you're relaxing around the fireplace with good friends. Merino wool is naturally odor-resistant and breathes with you while you're trekking around the ski village.

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