Røros Tweed's Lofoten is a thinner throw that makes use of a two-tone pattern to its full potential. Finished with a decorative fringe, Lofoten is the result of collaboration by Norwegian designers Torbjørn Anderssen and Espen Voll. Røros Tweed's Lofoten throw is named after the traditional knitted sweaters worn by fishermen in the Lofoten Islands, which stretch out into the Norwegian Sea.
High-quality home textiles by the Norwegian Røros Tweed are made from 100% Norwegian lambswool, shorn from sheep living free in the mountains. The manufacturing process is also kept fully in Norway to maintain high standards, which have been essential to the company's continued success since the 1940s.