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Rúnar Pétur lives two lives. In summer he works as a fisherman on the path to prosperity. But in winter the mountains are calling and its focus is unique: pure joy.
Iceland is a well-known place of rustic beauty. Volcanoes, waterfalls, hot springs and northern lights attract visitors from all over the world.
But it is also an island of harsh extremes. From these extremes 66 north was born. 66 North was designed to equip and protect the country’s sizeable sea fishing population. The company specializes in sturdy, warm and waterproof outdoor clothing.
And both the brand ethos and the Icelandic ethos combine in “Fjord Lines” to demonstrate the unique lifestyle of maritime work and mountain play.
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By Adam Ruggiero
Adam Ruggiero is a junkie for all sports – from biking, running and (not enough) surfing to ball sports, camping and ranching. If it’s outside, it’s worth it. Adam graduated from the University of Minnesota with a BA in Journalism. Likes: unique beer, dogs, stories. Like notes: ties, escalators, manicured lawns.