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Market research for Flåm

Would you like to win a pair of Aurland shoes? Take part in our market research and provide us with valuable information for our ongoing work in developing and optimizing our products and offerings in Flåm. Among all who responds until September 30th, we will draw a total of 3 lucky winners who will receive a pair of original penny loafers.

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Market Research

We are seeking additional information about our guests and their experience of Flåm as a destination in order to improve and optimize our products and offerings. Therefore, we have created a survey that we hope you will take the time to complete.

The survey takes approximately 10 minutes, and in return, you will have the chance to win one of 3 pairs of Aurland shoes, with a value of up to 3,600 NOK.

Three lucky winners will be drawn in the first week of October and will be contacted by email to receive their chosen shoes by mail. We ship worldwide.

Terms and conditions

The survey will be conducted from 1st July to 30th September and is for internal use only by Norway's best Group AS. Providing your email address is optional, but if you choose not to provide it, you will not be eligible for the competition. Email addresses will not be used for any other purposes than contacting the winners and will be deleted from our systems by 15th October 2023. 

Guidelines in short: 

  • Conduct the survey before 30th September
  • Winners will be contacted by e-mail in the beginning of October
  • Winners can choose the shoe model and colour they wish
  • Worldwide shipping is included

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Aurlands - the original penny loafer

The Aurland shoes are designed and produced in Aurland, home to Norway's last remaining shoe factory. The two models, Wangen and Buxton, are both classic moccasins. Additionally, the factory produces exquisite bags made from the same high-quality leather as the shoes.

The shoemaking tradition in Aurland dates back to the 1880s. Aurland shoes are known as the original penny loafers, inspired by Native American moccasins in the USA during the 1920s, by founder Nils Tveranger.

A pair of Aurland shoes never goes out of style, and with proper care, they can last for years.