Vivianne (St-Moritz kids)
Chantal Chouinard (Lillehammer)
Michel Pigeon ( Valdres)
Win your favorite Dale of Norway sweater is a popular contest at Jourdain that became our tradition. This year we made a change to the competition: you can win a sweater for children! We can’t wait to know who we will spoil this year!
The concept is simple and above all, pleasant. Tell us which sweater you dream of winning among the entire collection of our Dale of Norway Concept store. The draw will take place on December 3, during our Dale of Norway event. You are one of our three winners? Simply visit us in store or receive a package from us. This year you can also enter to win a sweater for children (in addition to your participation).
When your choice is made, you can register below. Leave us your details * in the COMMENT section at the bottom of this page. To participate, you have until December 3, 2016, 4pm.
The name of the Dale of Norway sweater you would like to win. Only the full names of participants will appear on our website. Other information is used to join the winners.
No purchase necessary. One entry per person. The draw will take place on December 3, 2016 at 6pm after our Dale of Norway Event. Caroline C. Grimsley, sales manager for North America and Nancy Langlais, representative for Eastern Canada will both be with us. A cocktail will be offered and you will receive a gift with your purchase: a men’s hat or wrist warmers for women with the purchase of a regular priced Dale of Norway sweater.
Since 1879 Dale of Norway has acquired years of experience and unmatched expertise of knitting. The products are manufactured in the factory located in a small valley surrounded by steep mountains and near a river - this same river powers the factory through hydro power, a renewable energy source.
100% Made in Norway?
None of the sweater production is outsourced to other countries - it is all made at the Dale factory in Norway (see the factory from Google maps). The team consists of a small, yet highly talented and skilled group of people who have intimate knowledge of knitwear construction. Many employees at the factory have been with the company for years, often following in the footsteps of parents and grandparents.
Sweaters that are part of history
Cortina is one of the first original styles developed in the 1950s.
The design of the new sweaters is often inspired by old models. This is the case of Lillehammer and Garmisch sweaters.
Lillehammer: official sweater for the 2016 Youth Olympic Games in Lillehammer, featuring the iconic Olympic rings. It is inspired by his 1994 version.
Garmisch, meanwhile, is based on the official sweater of the World Championship in Garmisch in 1978.