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Marius sweaters (Norwegian: Mariusgenser) are Norwegian-style knitted sweaters with patterns inspired by traditional Setesdal sweater (Norwegian: Setesdalsgenser), but without lice, a type of pattern. While the traditional sweaters used the natural colors of sheep wool - black, gray, brown and white - Marius sweater designs incorporated colors, with the most common being red, white and blue, the colors of the Norwegian flag.

Marius Sweater is a sweater named after World War II flying ace and skier Marius Eriksen