Trapper

Trapper

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Trapper Neck Gaiter (Sky Blue)

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Trapper Neck Gaiter (Grey)

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Trapper Neck Gaiter (Black)

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Trapper Neck Gaiter (Royal Blue)

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Trapper Neck Gaiter (Turquoise/Moss)

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Trapper Neck Gaiter (Royal Blue/Red)

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Trapper Double Headband (Sky Blue)

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Trapper Double Headband (Turquoise/Moss)

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Trapper Double Headband (Royal Blue/Red)

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Farmhamna. Photo: Daniel Stilling Germer
 

The Trapper Collection is inspired by the clothing worn by the earliest Svalbard pioneers. Since the 1600s, whalers and trappers came to Svalbard - formerly known as Spitsbergen - seeking riches from the sea and the land.

The harsh working conditions and unforgiving Arctic climate took the lives of many, and men were buried in full clothing. Amazingly, their clothing has remained mostly intact due to the frozen permafrost layer.

Farmhamna
Farmhamna, Svalbard. A trapping station still in use today.
Original whaler's hat, Svalbard Museum

Original whaler’s hat found in the North West of Spitsbergen and dating back to the mid 17th century. It is now on display at the Svalbard Museum.