Bitten and Marius Eriksen both had a deep respect for nature. Bittens iconic knitted sweaters were crafted for longevity, and have been passed on from generation to generation. Our mission is to continue the family tradition and create timeless, high-quality products that will last for generations.


In line with our tradition, superior quality and craftsmanship form the basis of everything we do at Streamlines. We have made a commitment to do everything we possibly can to reduce the ecological footprint of our brand. In every decision we make, we consider the long-term impact on our people, partners, and the planet.

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    Materials from nature

    We use mainly natural fibers in our garments and minimize the use of synthetic materials from production to packaging. Our Streamlines skis combine the ski industry`s most ecofriendly materials and processes.


    We strive to avoid the use of synthetic materials in all stages of the product’s life cycle from production to packaging.  One of our top priorities is to find eco-friendly alternatives to plastic whenever possible. That’s why our clothes is packed in recyclable paper bags and boxes when they are shipped from our factory to our warehouse, and from our warehouse to your doormat.

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    Produced in EU

    We choose local subcontractors when possible, and all textiles are made in Europe. Our skis are handmade in Sweden, and the production is powered by 100 percent renewable energy. We are looking for proven partners focusing on quality, welfare and good working conditions.

    Warehouse – Norway:

    Our small warehouse KANMER is located in Årnes, a small town in Norway. KANMER has a strong social profile and helps people with disabilities to find and maintain meaningful careers. We greatly appreciate to cooperate with KANMER.

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    The most sustainable products are those that last over time. In line with the family tradition, we offer repairs to extend the life of both skis and textile products.
    To make this possible, we store fabric scraps and yarn which can be sent to you on request. You can either stop by our local tailor, or you can send your garment to us to be repaired. We want to make sure you can wear your clothes and enjoy your skies on as many adventures as possible. When your clothes or skis are all worn out, send it to us for recycling


  • Merino Wool

    Merino wool is a natural fiber that is environmentally friendly, biodegradable and an excellent thermoregulator. Naturally lighter and softer than any other wool, merino wool is easy to wear next to the skin and keeps your body at a comfortable temperature in any weather conditions.  Given these outstanding qualities, merino wool is  widely used in high-performance outdoor clothing. Our mulesing free merino wool origins from Australia.

  • Alpaca

    Alpaca is a natural and biodegradable fiber that comes from Alpacas, a fluffy animal from the South American branch of the camel family. Alpaca is hypoallergenic, breathable, moisture wicking, and has a high durability strength.  Alpacas have a light environmental footprint because they feed mostly on native grassland and do not decimate natural vegetation. Their soft, padded feet are not harsh on the terrain, allowing them to freely graze without destroying the ecosystem.

  • Ventile cotton

    To avoid using synthetic fibers in our garment, we searched the market for a sustainable high-performance fabric to use in our anoraks. We landed on Ventile, the most effective, natural, all-weather cotton textile. Ventile cotton is a tough but soft fabric made from long-staple cotton. Its chief attributes are its soft hand, windproof quality, and high breathability. It works excellent in cool-to-cold, dry conditions and its perfect for windy and snowy days in the slopes. The fabric has been developed in England since 1943 and the production is subject to some of the most stringent regulations in the world.

  • Tekosøm - Poland

    Tekosøm produces high quality garments for premium brands. The company headquarters are in Sweden and our garments are made in their factory in Poland.Tekosøm focus on lowered stress levels and therefore they aim towards the least possible amount of overtime. In all actions they aim towards minimizing the effects on environment and climate.

  • Devold factory – Lithuainia

    The company headquarters are in Norway and our knitwear is made in their factory in Lithuania.  For 170 years, Devold has developed woolen products with unbeatable comfort, quality and protection. They are international pioneers in the development of innovative knitwear made for outdoorsmen, adventurers and professionals who work in demanding environments.


  • Norwegian wood

    Our Streamlines skis are produced with a wooden core made of Norwegian birch and spruce from sustainable forestry in the south of Norway. The spruce in our Streamlines skis comes from the local sawmill at Skotterud, Eidskog Stangeskovene.

  • Stereo Skis – Oslo

    The new models of Streamlines skis designed and engineered in Oslo in close cooperation with the Norwegian brand Stereo Skis. The ski models Oslo 1952 and Åre 1954 feature aviation grade composite laminates and World Cup materials for pinnacle performance.

  • Rønning treski - Norway

    Rønning treski is a small family-owned business located at Skotterud, Norway. They have been proud producers of handmade wooden skis since 1936, and they are still going strong.  Rønning treski supply us with the finest Norwegian wood for our Streamlines skis.

  • Åre Skidfabrik – Sweden

    Our Streamlines skis are produced at Åre skidfabrik in Sweden. In addition to manufacturing all skis with 100 % renewable energy, as well as running an energy-optimized factory, the factory has strict rules and laws regarding working environment, as well as waste and chemical management.

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