In the rainiest city of Europe - Bergen, Norway - this rain project has evolved into an award-winning designer label based on the concept of dugnad*.
"The philosophy is simple. Hard core functional and waterproof outerwear that does not compromise on stylistic preferences. The hi-tech is hidden".
In center, the duo: Bespoke tailor / designer T-Michael, known for his conceptual approach to his handcraft, and creative director Alexander Helle - a business graduate and functionalist. Together they founded the rain project based on flourishing collabs between local expertise from the creative scene of Bergen.
Norwegian Rain's garments conceal some of the highest level of weather protection available.
We have two model available in Men Under Development - The biker & The Single Breasted
10 REASONS OF TECHNOLOGY
Norwegian Rain's garments conceal some of the highest level of weather protection available
1. Hi-tech fabrics from Japan 2. Waterproof membrane on inside 3. Water repellant on the outside 4. Extreme breathability for comfort in any weather 5. Front edge water tunnel that holds water out whilst allowing further ventilation 6. Heat-sealed seams 7. Horn buttons & cashmere detailing 8. Adjustable, detachable hood and storm flap 9. Recycled eco fabrics – up to 80 % reduced Co2 emissions 10. All the hi-tech is hidden – making them comfortable and stylistically relevant in any weather – sun, snow, rain and shine.
The high-tech fabric from Japan is made of 100 % recycled material.
Norwegian Rain work hard to be as environmentally friendly as possible. By teaming up with leading eco conscious suppliers in the industry, Norwegian Rain aims to amplify the positive spiral of people working together to overcome the climatic challenges we are upon. The fabrics are made of recycled material and organic cotton. No solvents are used in the production of the membrane, waste is eliminated, oil and energy consumption are decreased, while CO2 emissions are reduced by up to 80 % compared to normal production.
If you want to learn more, check out their own page at http://norwegianrain.com/