Ancient Scandinavians couldn't have gotten through long winters of snowy forests and frozen fjords if they didn't know a thing or two about staying warm. Fast forward to modern times, and the Fjallraven Women's Ovik Scandinavian Sweater is keeping that tradition of coziness alive. Knit in Sweden from a blend of wool and polyester, with a design inspired by Scandinavian folklore, this midlayer is the perfect piece to get you through cold days with fabled comfort.
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