Brynje: The ultimate clothing for adventure.
Brynje is more than just a clothing brand. It is a legacy of a family business that started in Larvik in 1887, when Jacob Jacobsen arrived with his textile expertise and a vision to create the best garments for the cold, Norwegian climate. He industrialized the mesh fabric that traps air and keeps you warm and dry, even in the most extreme conditions.
The Brynje-shirt, originally designed for the military, soon became a popular fashion choice for people all over the world. It was also the secret weapon of Tenzing Norgay and Sir Edmund Hillary, who wore Brynje’s health shirt under their clothes when they conquered Mt. Everest for the first time in 1953. Since then, Brynje’s products have been tested and trusted by adventurers, guides, professionals and outdoor enthusiasts who value quality, functionality and durability.
Brynje has been part of many challenging expeditions to the planet’s most hostile environments. Whether it is the highest mountains, the deepest oceans, the coldest poles or the hottest deserts, Brynje’s garments have proven to perform and protect. If they can handle the toughest places on earth, they can handle anything. That’s why Brynje is the ultimate clothing for adventure.
Nature and social responsibility
A sustainable choice for nature and society. Brynje of Norway has always been committed to making clothes that last. Unlike other brands that constantly change their collections and encourage people to buy more, Brynje makes timeless models that can be used for years and years. The colors are inspired by nature and the materials are carefully selected to minimize environmental impact. Brynje’s goal is not to grow as big as possible, but to act responsibly and ethically in cooperation with conscious customers. Brynje makes quality that you can rely on for a long time. The rest is up to you. Take good care of your clothes, follow the washing instructions and repair them if needed. It is good for both nature and your wallet.