Carikit by Holubar Down Insulation Layer Jacket.

Holubar Carikit Down Insulation Layer Jacket

Carikit was Holubar’s foray into the sew-it-yourself market in the mid 1970s. The name was later changed to Holubar Sew-It-Yourself Kits for stronger brand recognition with the parent company. This garment could be used as a layering piece or  worn as a jacket. The style first popularized by Eddie Bauer features elastic cuffs and collar. Small snaps and two front pockets.

Duofold Norse-Net Insulated Long Underwear

Rare Vintage 60s/70s Norse Net By Duofold mesh thermal suit

No, this isn’t some new fetish man-gerie suit. Duofold’s Norse-Net was a Scandinavian-style knit underwear popular in the late 60s early 70s. It claimed to provide maximum ventilation in warm weather and maximum insulation (when air spaces are sealed by close-fitting outer garments) in cold weather.

The ad in the photos is taken out of Backpacker Magazine Issue 3, Fall, 1973.