Sled Dog Central was asked to review a sweater and sock brand from Sweater Chalet.

From their website:

Dachstein Woolwear is a private label brand of a well known Austrian maker of 100% organic wool products, including sweaters, mittens, gloves, slippers, caps, and more.

Dachstein Woolwear is "made from boiled wool in a weave so dense they're almost waterproof" and have been used by mountaineers for their incredible warmth even when they're covered with snow and ice.  Extreme cold weather gear famous for decades in the Alps is now available to you.

Dachstein Woolwear is based in Styria, Austria and their Motto is: "From Nature with Nature."

The products are processed with hot water only and they are proud their business premises and process machinery are heated by a pollution free and long lasting biomass heating system supplied by local forests.  See more of their story at  About Us.

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Both the Extra Warm and Exteme Warm socks are very comfortable and warm, I would recommend them for any cold weather condition.
I was concerned about their thickness (they are very thick socks) and was concerned about how they would fit in my snowmobile boots. I was extremely pleased to find that they slipped right into the liners of my boots without a problem.
These are the perfect gift for the Musher you are having a hard time finding a gift for! (Would you like my address, I could use a pair or two more!)
The Dachstein socks are great to wear around the house.

Richard H - Mr Sled Dog Central

After wearing the Dachstein socks from Sweater Chalet, I would highly recommend them.
The socks are extremely comfortable, soft and warm.
They are high quality and wear well.
The Dachstein socks are so comfortable, I have been wearing them as slippers.

Maud H - Ms Sled Dog Central

At first glance the bulk and size of the Dachstein sweater was overwhelming, I thought it would be way too big.
That was not the case after trying it on. It fit very well and the sleeves were not too short, as I have found other sweaters to be.
The one concern I have with the Dachstein sweater is that I am not used to wearing a sweater with such a small neck. But in tempatures of teens and below it would be a welcome change.
The neck is a bit scratchy for me - but I solved that by wearing a collared shirt under it.
If you want something that will keep you warm and still allow you full mobility, the Dachstein sweater is a great choice.

Richard H - Mr Sled Dog Central