Didriksons Windproof & Waterproof Clothing

Didriksons don't challenge the elements they adapt to them. Started in Sweden, they have provided functional clothing since 1913. Didriksons excel in producing quality waterproof and windproof garments.

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  • Kids Fossa Three-finger Gloves
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  • Kids Kure Parka
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  • Tote Galon Backpack
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  • Kids Lun Jacket
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  • Kids Lun Jacket
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  • Boys Madi Parka
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  • Girls Jamila Parka
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  • Womens Alta Jacket
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    NOW £150.00 RRP £180.00 | Save £30.00 (17%)

For well over 100 years Didriksons have made functional and practical clothing to keep the wearer dry no matter what the weather. In 1913 Didriksons was a small family ran business that began producing workwear for fisherman in Grunsund, Sweeden and today though they have expanded the family ethos is still at the centre of what they are. With clothes that are made for the whole family Didriksons produce classic, timeless garments for every day, long term use.

In 1913, when Julius and Hanna Didrikson formed the business, the world was a very different place and though there is need to use resources to create such technical garments Didriksons constantly try to reduce their environmental impact and leave the smallest footprint possible behind them by minimizing the use of chemicals, saying no to toxic substances and using as little water, energy and transport as practically possible in production.

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