Dale of Norway


Dale of Norway uses different sleeve constructions. The aim is to provide a garment that is both flattering and comfortable for the intended use. For example, a sweater designed for outdoors or skiing must allow easy movement, while an indoor garment must be comfortable and stylish. The different sleeve designs are indicated in the bullet points under each product.

Differences in fit

Dale of Norway Sweater

Dale Sweater - Raglan Sleeve
Raglan Sleeve

A sleeve insert that extends over the shoulder to the neckline; The seams run at an angle from the armpit to the neck, allowing freedom of movement for an active fit.

Dale Sweater - T-Sleeve

A straight sleeve that drops the shoulder for a loose fit.

Dale Sweater - J-Sleeve

A sleeve insert with a narrower arm width and a close-fitting shoulder area makes the garment perfect for general use.

Dale Sweater - Saddle Sleeve
Saddle Sleeve

A variant of the raglan sleeve in which the shoulder area forms a straight band to the neck and the seam is removed over the shoulder.

Dale Sweater - French Shoulder
French Shoulder

Like the J-sleeve with a fashionable shoulder seam that slopes down to the back of the garment. This design makes the seams almost invisible.

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