What are good Nordic clothing makes for winter wear?
Also, comfy socks?
Fjällräven is shit an overpriced.
Just buy some shitty outerwear from the 80's.
When it's cold here no one cares about how you look. And if you even try to not be comfy it just looks like you will freeze to death.
>Fjällräven is shit an overpriced.
Ask me how I know you have never owned anything Fjällräven
Granted lot of their stuff isn't that interesting looking or necessarily the most 'fashionable'
>representative of the brand as a whole
Their outerwear is where they shine
Their shirts/fleeces/sweaters are great as well
And you will really only realize the quality when you one day notice that you have been wearing their shit for years and it still holds up, it is by no means overpriced brand at all, H&M is more overpriced if you account the quality.
If you like their designs is another question entirely though. The old models are very 'nordic heritage' and newer pieces tend to be minimalistic, really it's not a brand I wear that much anymore myself but their quality really is their strongest selling point to me at least.