After a 20-year break, BALL is back
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Hartmanns Oslo AS is a Norwegian distributor and agency company for the Scandinavian fashion and lifestyle market. We represent fashion, sport and lifestyle brands that are carefully selected.
After a 20-year break, BALL is back. Months of research and the examination of hundreds of old class photos, photo albums from the years between 1976 and 1996, and old styles, makes is possible to recreate BALL’s unique identity. With help from designers, stylists and experts, the BALL team has been able to recreate and modernise the unique fit and the characteristic cut and created a collection of BALL jeans with more attitude than ever before. The old BALL sweatshirts have also been given a new change through updating and redesign. The strong 1980s design has once again been given new life. A collection full of attitude and character brings Europe’s first sweatshirt with print back to life again in a new and evolved version.
An American manufacturer of clothing, specializing in sportswear. Three members of the Feinbloom family came together with a vision to create a new, exciting sportwear business in Rochester, NY. The company was started in 1919 as Knickerbocker Knitting Mills. Champion marks its 100th birthday with a celebration of 'The Team', connecting with the most interesting and passionate teams across the globe. Champion continues to create timeless classics for the champions of today, and tomorrow.
SHU, A brand of rainproof and windproof clothes from Saint Petersburg, Russia. Their clothes are minimalistic with simple cut lines. Their three most important things in the development: technology, design and people, which create this brand every day.
From 1938. Headwear Born in England, raised in The Streets Of New York. From The main beret supplier for The British Army during WWII, to capture the hip-hop culture in The 80’s. After The notable rapper LL Cool J was seen in The Iconic Kangol Bucket Hat The sales in US exploded.
«Kangol has been in The Game since forever» Now it’s back for real!
As one of the most iconic labels in sport, Ellesse will be forever linked with sporting excellence, with a tradition for innovation in performance and style.
In 1959, Leonardo Servadio founded Ellesse in Perugia, Italy the company is named after his initials L&S, (ellesse). Leonardo Servadio decided to fuse his passion for skiing with his expertise in tailoring to create revolutionary designs.
Founded in aptly named Shoeburyness, England, by Frank Van Wezel, Hi-Tech Sports has been producing solid outerwear, footwear and sportswear for nearly half a century. Today, the company is well-known for its range of statement thick-soled trainers.
Rubber Duck is a Danish sports fashion footwear brand that has taken the world by storm with its hip and colorful winter gear. Originated in the 80’s culture, as jogging became popular, the need for a jogging shoe grow, to enter the winter landscape. Therefor they invented a hybrid of a Moon Boot and a running shoe. The SnowJoggers® was born. The most celebrated product, the Rubber Duck SnowJoggers, has become a winter must-have, spotted on celebrities like Lindsay Lohan, Katherine Heigl, Paris Hilton, The Kardashian’s and One Direction, just to name a few.
MAUI & SONS
In 1980, three young surfers from Southern California were trying to decide what to do with the rest of their lives. They decided to start a cookie company named Maui’s Chocolate Chip Cookies, but their little business venture didn't last long. When they burnt their first batch of cookies, they turned their attention to designing fashions for surfing and active sports.
We are the Legends of badminton. True dat! As you all know, Kawasaki Footwear was initially created for the badminton courts. The iconic suede reinforcement on the toe would protect players from breaking out of their shoe tips when pounding towards the net. It then went on to be the preferred shoe for roofers in the early 80’s (roofer: a person who constructs and/ or repairs roofs), since the grippy non-slip sole was ideal to keep worker’s feet thoroughly planted on the inclining roof tops.