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About Us

Ulfhednar AS is a Norwegian family owned company situated in the middle of the wolf land. We are
developing equipment, clothing and weapons parts for LE, military, hunting, long range and shooting
sports in general. Our harsh Arctic climate makes us set extremely strict requirements for the materials
used in our products. The same goes to our subcontractors. ULFHEDNAR® is a registered brand.

 

Hunting, outdoor activities and shooting sports stands strong among the Norwegians. Our users
requires high quality equipment and good workability. Cold winters, wet falls and hot summers require
a special set of equipment. 

Ulfhednar® is Just That

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2022 Catalog

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Durable & Reliable

We use Cordura fabric on most of our products for the ultimate protection against rips and tears. Cordura fabrics have a longstanding military heritage, and many US military fabric specs are based on Cordura brand specifications. Our products also features reinforced stitching and high-quality YKK zippers.

Weather Proof

All of our products are designed to withstand exposure to weather without damage or loss of function. Our relatively harsh Arctic climate makes us set extremely strict requirements for the materials used in our products.

Customizeable

Several of our products are versatile and have multiple uses. Most of our products features a Molle system that allow attachment of various compatible pouches and accessories. This way you can customize your product to your personal preference. Molle is used by a number of NATO armed forces.

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"The Ulfhednar’s (pronounced Ulf-heth-nar) were a group of Viking warriors. They wore wolf skin, and their own skin was black-died. Like the Berserkers, they preformed chants and ritual prior to  battle to get in a "Berserker Rage”. Through adrenaline they became much stronger and faster, became immune to pain, and bled less." 

- Snorre Sturlason "Ynglinga Saga"
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