CLOTHES FOR TOUGH MEN
Another person who has also caught Tufte's eye is rower Martin Helseth. This summer he should have participated in the Olympic Games in Tokyo with the boss himself, Olaf Tufte, but the championship has been postponed until next year as a result of the coronavirus. Competition has therefore been replaced by training sessions in the home town of Ålesund. Then it's good to have warm clothes.
- It is absolutely golden to have something that keeps you warm - and Tufte does that, says Helseth. Roeren, like Hartmann, is an ambassador for Tufte and has tested most of the collection. He often uses products from the Tuftes Hazel series , especially hiking trousers and jackets. The series also consists of an anorak and hiking shorts in organic cotton.
- I use the clothes a lot in connection with training, especially to keep warm between sessions. Otherwise there will be mountain hikes and then Tufte is perfect. I have used the hiking pants a lot. They are incredibly comfortable.
- Otherwise, I always have Bambull® wool underwear inside when I'm out on a trip, says Helseth. - The products are of extremely high quality, and you can use them again and again without them getting worn out. In addition, there is a great focus on the environment and sustainability at Tufte, which is very important to me, he adds.
The popular Willow series is also available for men and consists of hiking trousers, hiking jacket and hiking shorts in softshell. This is technical hiking clothing with, among other things, ventilation for high activity.