Devold Woman Double Bra
Devold® has developed a sports bra designed for the outdoors. The Devold® Double Bra features broad and comfortable shoulder straps. The racer-style back ensures that the straps do not come in conflict with your backpack. It has flat seams that do not irritate the skin and the double layer of fabric provides maximum warmth and support. Since the Double bra is made of 97 % Merino wool, it will keep you warm and dry during high intensity activities.
Size & Fit:
Weight: 220 g/m2
Material: 97% Wool (Merino) / 3% Elastane
Fiber: Fine 18.5 mikron
- Merino Wool from selected farms with sustainable and particularly environmentally friendly operations
- Manufactured in Europe, Lithuania in own Devold Factory
Merino Wool from selected sustainable farms
Devold has selected its partners carefully – the farming families with whom we work, just over a dozen of them, have developed the production of merino wool over generations. These farms operate extremely sustainable and particularly environmentally friendly operations and have abandoned any cruel practices they might have once pursued, such as mulesing. Our Merino farmers heed both what the herd and the soil tell them. They’ve come to realise that sheep that enjoy life grow better wool. Devold’s quest for merino wool of the highest quality, which meets all their requirements for sustainable wool production, starts from Argentina. From the Patagonian pampas Devold sources 100% organic merino wool from carefully selected farmers with healthy sheep who live freely on pastures where no pesticides or fertilisers have been used. With these same criteria Devoid picks some of the wool from selected farms also in New Zealand and Australia.
Manufacturing in Europe, Lithuania
The organic merino wool travels from Patagonia to their own factory in Europe Lithuania, where it’s processed in Devold’s own factory. Their uncompromising approach to work and the extreme focus on detail ensure that every Devold garment is of the highest quality. Accuracy. Precision. Control. At Devold’s eco-certified factory in Lithuania, they have control of every stage of the process. Devoid’s production is not based on groundbreaking volumes. Instead, each woollen garment is woven, sewn and carefully checked by people who enjoy their work. Since its start, Devold has been the proud owner of its own factory. A few years ago we decided to buy, own and run a new, super-modern factory specially adapted to Devold's products and high-quality wool. We located the factory in Europe, even though many similar operations were being moved to Asia. This high-tech factory dating from 2015 is located in Lithuania. Why is this? “Because quality assurance is considered to be more reliable in Europe, and since Lithuania is located in the heart of the European market. Short distances and proximity to the head office in Norway make for more efficient logistics and communication,” says Tor Jonsson, the factory's general manager. Here, in the country's fifth-largest town, Panevezyz, 304 people are engaged in the many different stages of production and quality control of merino wool. Laboratory testing is performed of such characteristics as strength and fineness, whereby the wool is stretched, x-rayed, and scrutinised in multiple procedures.