This fabric is made by Solberg Spinderi which was founded in Drammen, Norway in 1818 and was one of Norway's first industries. Many think of this as THE busserull fabric.
Read more about Solberg here: http://www.solbergspinderi.no/historie/
This is a reconstruction of the traditional Scandinavian work shirt, commonly worn 150 years ago. The clean and comfortable cut, natural fiber and lasting durability of our shirts are suitable for today’s casual daily wear, work wear and even formal events.
This shirt is sewn in Pamplona, Spain by a team of women who specialize in sewing traditional European garments.
All of our shirts identify as gender free and are made with respect for the earth and the humans on it.
Sustainable and ethical production :: All natural fibers :: Minimal waste
I love the newer busserolls. I have one from 1983 that I bought in Norway and it is so different, short, only waist length, I don't know how a workshirt can protect your clothing when it was so short!! This one is really nice, love it!
The shirt is a Christmas gift. It looked big to me and hope it can be exchanged if it is. It
Is a great looking shirt and very good quality so do hope it fits. My son will be very happy with it
My wife and I searched for a busserull and stumbled upon Hovdenwear and are glad that we did. It was initially intended to be used for special occasions, but I found it to be so comfortable that it has become a daily shirt. The workmanship is outstanding and the fabric exceptional. We appreciate it so much that we have ordered a wool one.