Holebrook USA

The Ocean, the Winds, and an Unmistakabel Love for Knitwear

Some twenty years ago, Tina Karstorp had an idea. Actually, it blew her away, and it seemed impossible not to go ahead with it. Every year, summer or fall, it's the same story. Wind in the sails and sun at your back. But anyone who has ever been at sea knows that regardless of how warm the weather is, you always need an extra sweater. One more layer, a little more warmth. But the fabric's thickness isn't always the crucial part. The wind at sea is just as welcome as it is unpredictable. It will push the boat forward or cool the people on board down. And this is where it all started...

When they first started, there was a need for warm sweaters to keep the wind out. Today there are many other materials that can act as protective layers. That’s why they've taken their knowledge in knitting forward, and developed their clothes to become part of an outfit. They still have that marine feeling, though, and they’ll always return to that; to the ocean and the freedom.