Welcome to our Klattermusen A/W 2022 range update. We wanted to share details of new products and developments from this prestigious Scandinavian brand. We hope you find it useful.
Since Scandinavian brand Klattermusen first came onto our radar a couple of years ago, we have really taken to this brand. Their designs are quirky and the quality of their garments is superb. The companies firm commitment to environmental sustainability is also clear in every action the company takes.
We have tested a range of items and they have all excelled. Please check out our review of the Asynja jacket here and Hugin sweater here. We also tested their Ull 30 litre pack here and Gere 2.0 pants here. We have also been involved in various briefings and presentations and a little while ago Paul had the chance to interview Klattermusen CEO Gonz Ferraro. He is a gentle man with a clear passion for outdoor and mountain sports.
His passion for protecting the natural environment is also clear. At every turn the company are seeking ways to make their product range more sustainable. They design their clothes to last a long time and ensure every product is made from as high a proportion of recycled material as possible. Protecting the environment is in their DNA.
So, we were excited to catch up with them recently and hear of their new Autumn/Winter 2022 product range. They have kept many of their core products and added tweaks to others. They have also introduced a selection of new items. Over the coming months we will be reviewing several items, but also wanted to share a bit of info about what’s on offer in this Klattermusen A/W 2022 Range Update.
The concept behind the range is named ‘Going Against Nature’. However, contrary to how this sounds, it isn’t about opposing nature. The name refers to the introduction of the new range at a time of year when nature is transitioning from autumn to winter. As foliage decomposes and nature starts to hibernate, Klattermusen introduce a new and innovative range. New designs for an autumn and winter of adventure. As they say, this might be the only time the company goes against nature.
The new range includes packs and clothing designed for everything from autumn hikes to full on winter adventures. Please do check out all the details on the Klattermusen website here and be sure to have a read about their history and ethos. Paul is currently testing one of their Alv synthetic insulated hoodies (details on those are here) in the Atlas Mountains. Please also watch out for upcoming reviews of their and Bestla top and Hugin Pants.