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  1. PO.P Laundry School

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    November 9, 2015 by Polarn O. Pyret

    Welcome to PO.P’s laundry school! We believe that clothes should be inherited and that as many children as possible should grow out of them, which is why we focus so firmly on quality when producing our clothing. You can also influence how many times a garment can be inherited – washing it correctly means it will last longer. Come with us to learn how you can impact the lifetime of your garments while taking the environment into account. All of our items have labels with washing instructions. The washing instructions in combination with PO.P’s laundry school will give clothing the longest lifetime possible. Before even entering the laundry room, make sure that the garments really need to be washed. Check whether it would suffice to …
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  2. Unders

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    September 4, 2013 by PO.P Press

    We think the bottom layer should be the most fun! Panties, pants, boxers, briefs, unders, bloomers, knickers or unmentionables. Whatever you want to call them, we have them and we promise they are the cutest in town. You will not find princesses, video game characters or superheroes on ours though. So if you need those, you’ll have to go elsewhere.
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  3. Why Merino Wool?

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    August 27, 2013 by PO.P Press

    Merino wool is not your grandmother’s bulky sweater that has that, well, wool smell and constant itchiness. Merino wool can be considered nature’s perfect insulator that keeps kids warm when the weather gets chilly and cool when it warms up. It’s worked for sheep for centuries! As an added bonus, Merino keeps it shape when your kids play in the open fields or the soccer fields and again after you wash it.
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  4. Inherit the Stripes

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    June 7, 2013 by PO.P Press

    gunila-sketches Original sketches from Gunila Axen of the infamous Polarn O. Pyret.[/caption]The PO.P Stripe was designed by sisters Katarina af Klintberg and Gunila Axén back in the mid-70s as part of our first collection. Gunila Axén is a world-renowned textile designer, outside of the PO.P stripes, she’s probably best known for her Cloud design. The PO.P stripes are meant to be friendly and playful—not necessary for boy or girl. This was new in the 70s and, to some, still is today. We design clothing that withstand wear-and-tear and become part of your family; from brother to sister, cousin to cousin or even father to son.


  5. Color on the Line

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    June 6, 2013 by PO.P Press

    378059_557618384277149_404486800_n As we launch into our bi-annual Best Basics and Classic Stripes promotion, we want to remind you how well our clothing wears and washes all year. No need to wash separately, just toss in with everything else–stripes stay stripey, whites stay white and all the colors stay bright.