Already starting to get a little bit nippy of late isn't it? well, I don't know about you lot but I love this time of year,
the sun's already getting fed up, nice of him to show this year eh? the leaves are already starting to wander, before you
know it we'll be deep into winter. Great! out come the boots, hats and winter jackets once again - a fine a time as any to dress
like a polar explorer whilst nipping to the shops, a mountaineer whilst walking the dog and now you can be a part of the
Norwegian resistance whilst going for a pint.
Manchester trendsetters Oi Polloi and Copenhagen craftsmen Norse Projects have once again put their heads together
and come up with this fine sweater, knit, pullover call it what you like, I call it a jumper and this one is probably the finest
you will see all autumn. Based on the actual knit worn by Kirk Douglas in 1965's The Heroes of Telemark. Douglas played
the character of physics professor Dr Rolf Pedersen - a genuine real-life hero. Pederson helped sabotage the Nazi's plan to
create a nuclear bomb. A film acclaimed by many for it's superb realism and location shoots and by others for the classic
outdoorsy schmutter on show, if you haven't yet seen it, do it. It'll be on again at Christmas.
A faithful reproduction of the rollneck worn by Douglas (above), the fairisle style pattern and style remains the same but with a more refined
and more wearable smaller crew neck. Made from 100% pure wool in Portugal this features subtle duel branding on the
inner and also comes in a contrasting dark brown colour. Guaranteed to be a future classic.
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