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  • Jan 10 2017

    The Beauty of Cross-Country Skiing

    By Daniel Naslund

    As I headed back towards the airport on December 27th after a welcome break back home in Sweden over Christmas there was one small ting of disappointment. No snow. While it is not shocking to have a Christmas without snow south of Stockholm these days, it had meant no sledding, no snowball fights -which you never get to old for in my opinion – but perhaps most importantly it had meant a missed opportunity to cross country ski.

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  • Dec 15 2016

    Christmas Gifts With A Story

    By Daniel Naslund

    Christmas is just around the corner. You’ll be busy with festive decorations around the house, getting the Christmas tree, and getting everything needed for the Christmas dinner. Of course, there’s also the matter of getting the Christmas gift shopping taken care off.

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  • Dec 12 2016

    Guest Blog: From Ski Touring Novice to Mountain Pro in one week (well, almost…)

    By Nordic Outdoor

    Bob from Nature Travels describes his first experience of multi-day ski touring in the stunning mountains of Swedish Lapland

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  • Dec 06 2016

    Christmas in Scandinavia -Weird and Wonderful

    By Daniel Naslund

    Pickled herring, a little gnome-like old man with an unpredictable temper, and Santa knocking on the front door on Christmas Eve. While some of it might sound strange, there are few more serene experiences than Christmas in Scandinavia.

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  • Nov 30 2016

    Everything You Need To Know About Your Christmas Shopping With Nordic Outdoor This Winter

    By Nordic Outdoor

    It’s almost that time of year again. Christmas is fast approaching, and it is soon time to get gifts for those who have deserved it. And maybe some that didn’t too for that matter. Either way, to ensure a happy holiday without any gift mishaps, we have put together this information in an attempt to assist you in your Christmas gift-getting efforts.

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  • Nov 22 2016

    Dressing For Activity In Cold Weather

    By Daniel Naslund

    There are a lot of reasons to like winter. Few experiences are more satisfying than stepping outside on the first really cold day of the year, and feeling that distinctive crunch of frost under your boot. It is probably only topped by the feeling of stepping inside after a day spent hiking or a couple of hours spent skiing in cold weather.

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  • Nov 07 2016

    WoolNet - More Than What Meets The Eye

    By Daniel Naslund

    One of the really unique materials you’ll find at Nordic Outdoor is the Aclima WoolNet. Taking an innovative approach, using merino wool, this creates garments that are ideal for varying levels of activity. The main body of the fabric is a merino mesh material, which in high wear areas is reinforced with stronger and more durable merino wool for increased longevity and comfort.

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  • Oct 25 2016

    Winter Jackets - What to Wear and When

    By Daniel Naslund

    It’s that time of year. The leaves are red and yellow. If they haven’t started falling already they soon will, and the air has a bite to it when walking the dog in the morning. In other words, it is time to start thinking about winter jackets.

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  • Jul 11 2016

    Lundhags - A Boot Story

    By Daniel Naslund

    In 1932 Jonas Lundhag, the son of a shoemaker, registered the company that is today known as Lundhags. That Jonas became a shoemaker should have come as a surprise to no one after he made himself a pair of boots as a 12-year old. However, few would have imagined the fame his boots would gain. 

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  • Jun 22 2016

    Allemansrätten and the Scottish Outdoor Access Code

    By Daniel Naslund

    “Friluftsliv”. It is a widely accepted word in Sweden and the rest of Scandinavia. There is no direct translation in the English language. It encompasses much that cannot be simply put into words. The best way to describe it is perhaps a life in the free air, where nature is very much part of everyday life. It includes many activities, both big and small. At the very foundation of this notion is the right to roam, Allemansrätten.

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