Didriksons produces windproof and waterproof cycling wear with a stylish finish. All Didriksons rain coats, cycling pants and rain suits have a fashionable appearance.
Didriksons 1913 is still relatively unknown in the Netherlands. This brand produces mainly technical outdoor clothing and urban outdoor clothing. As the name implies, Didriksons 1913 was founded in Grundsund, Sweden in 1913. Julius and Hanna Didrikson started making garments for local fishermen. Over the years several crucial changes were made to production methods, like the substitution of waxed cotton with rubber in 1930.
The biggest breakthrough came in 1947 when welding machines were invented and previously stitched seams could be replaced with welded seams, making clothing truly watertight. Polyurethane was first invented in 1981 making bulk orders possible for consumers.
Didriksons is still the leading company in its field today and its customers include hunters, cyclists, athletes and anglers.