Elka was founded in Karup, Denmark by Ejnar Lauridsen in 1958. The main products provide high quality water proof clothing. In 1979 the name changed to Elka Rainwear A/S and they have continued to work with the challenge to protect against the extremes of nature. This know-how means that we are able to sell high quality products with excellent functionality.
Ocean/Abeko Rainwear A/S was founded in 1958 in Herning (Denmark) to manufacture the very highest quality waterproof clothing and waders. The company quickly established itself as a market leader with products in the offshore fishing industry and fishing tackle trade. Ocean/Abeko now supply guaranteed quality waterproof clothing to many industries – food processing, industrial cleaning, forestry, agriculture, plant machinery, building, highways and oil refining to name a few. Whatever industry you are in, if your work entails getting wet, Ocean/Abekos commitment is to keep you dry.
Vogelein produce a one size set of leggings with feet for active children. Waterproof and windproof, this fantastic garment means even small children can escape the pram and explore sand and grass without getting wet and cold feet. These “trousers with feet” were designed in Denmark by Britta Baarstrøm after watching her own children crawling around in rainwear and a pair of stiff rubber boots.
The leggings are made using a soft and very hard-wearing polyester/polyurethane fabric that is free of any harmful substances and that children may wear without risk.
The Danish company Ilse Jacobsen Hornbaek was established in 1993 and the philosophy is built upon a combination of Scandinavian simplicity and international trends.
Ilse Jacobsen are inspired by its Scandinavian and rural roots in utility and simplicity, giving customers something feminine and comfortable to wear.
They continuously strive to build an international brand of style and quality with a preference for natural beauty and natural materials.
Viking Footwear is a Nordic brand specializing in 100 percent waterproof rubber boots and boots with a Gore-Tex layer that protects against moisture. The company is currently the market leader on the Scandinavian market. Since 1920, they have made boots and shoes specially adapted to the harsh Nordic climate. All Viking boots are handmade with natural rubber – and extremely durable but also flexible material.
In 1913 Julius and Hanna Didrikson began producing workwear for the fishermen in Grundsund, on the edge of Sweden’s western coast. For over a hundred years they have been faithful to their basic principles, making functional clothing that keeps you dry and comfortable regardless of the weather. Clothing with a timeless, classic Scandinavian design that works over the long term.
Didriksons started as a family business. Their clothes are made for the whole family, customers are from one to one hundred years old. Everyone needs functional garments that work all day, every day, whether it rains or not.
The world is different today from when Julius and Hanna started Didriksons. Today they work constantly to reduce their environmental impact, and leave as small a footprint as possible behind them. They minimize the use of chemicals, say no to toxic substances, and use as little water, energy and transport as they can in their production. This is an endeavour that will never end, but we do it for the sake of the world we’ll be leaving to our children.
Since day one we have made functional outerwear for children and adults, that keeps you warm and dry, but also looks great! We believe that function is primordial, but you should not have to compromise on style.
Our outerwear is built on ski-wear principles: high-tech membrane systems and taped seams keep wind and rain out, but still lets your body breathe. Parallel to this, our outerwear is designed for a life in the city, at school, work and play, guided by our principles of simplicity, free movement, and color. All weather is fair weather, when you have Danefæ on!
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Sägen is the story of abandoned, porcelain treasures and memories from the 1950’s and 1960’s in Sweden. Swedish jewelry designer Elin Sigren creates a shimmering blend of the past and the future by combining the artistic heritage of recycled porcelain with contemporary Scandinavian design.