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The North Face’s “Seven Summits” Returns With Recycled Collection

The North Face’s “Seven Summits” Returns With Recycled Collection

Doin’ it for the planet.

POSTEDBYTENAI PALOMINO

The North Face has dropped the latest installment of its “Seven Summits” range, with a collection made out of recycled materials. The materials, mostly plastic, are sourced from one of the world’s most famous mountains – the Mount Everest.

Under a move for the brand to become more sustainable, the collection’s Bottle Source t-shirts are manufactured entirely from plastic found at the mountain’s base and printed with Everest graphics and info on the other six dominant summits.

The brand’s FUTURELIGHT technology – lightweight, waterproof and breathable – created out of recycled polyester is also incorporated into the tees and a variety of other pieces. Those include the Retro Mountain Light pant, the 7SE jacket 1994 and the Mountain Lite cap. The garments arrive in a deep black or striking pink, offering Velcro patches the wearer can modify to personal tastes, and we love a bit of customisation.

The North Face’s latest “Seven Summits” collection dropped on Feb 12 at thenorthface.com. Go grab a garm!

 

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