Norse Projects for Oi Polloi Capsule Collection


Norse Projects have created a smart capsule collection of jackets and knitted sweaters for Manchester’s Oi Polloi.

The collaborative effort sees the creation of two new items for Norse Projects; the Kaare jacket and the Agni knit. The jacket is very typically Norse Projects, with it’s fisherman references and muted colours, but manages to hold a strong Mancunian style, almost like a parka jacket. Features include a string pull around the waist, a large chest zip pocket, two smaller waist pockets and concealed elasticated cuffs. The arm features a collaborative rendition of the Norse jacket branding.

As for the knitwear, this sees Oi Polloi take a classic piece of Norse Projects winterwear and give it a British military spin with the addition of nylon on one shoulder and a nylon chest pocket. Collaborative branding comes in the form of the classic Norse patch at the bottom of the garment, but boasts a custom slogan of “A genuine product of Manchester and Copenhagen”.

It’s nice to see this continuing partnership reap more great product. Head over to Oi Polloi where you can find all of the below on sale now.

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  • rob

    jumpers are so on point. look like the kind of jumpers my dad wore in the army about 10 years ago. love them.