NORTH FACE BRINGS BACK 1994
Sometimes you just want to hit rewind. That is probably a sentiment most people can relate to right now as our lives have been suddenly placed on hold As we find ourselves in these uncertain times, digging deep (figuratively) to find faith in the future. however, it’s more likely we will be preparing for a future climb (literally). Well fashion waits for no one, and while we are on pause for the immediate future, there is no reason why we can’t scroll back and enjoy this nostalgic release from The North Face.
—By Lauren Walker-Lee
The outdoor apparel company is getting us reacquainted with their iconic 1994 Retro Mountain Light Jacket. Originally built for light, fast mountain ascents, the Mountain Light has been rematerialized with breathable, waterproof FUTURELIGHT™ technology. Originally introduced in 1988, the Mountain Light was a piece from the Climb Light Expedition System, a collection that provided freedom of movement while backpacking, ski touring or climbing, without sacrificing durability.
Though they are the go-to for outdoor gear and clothing, The North Face has the added advantage of being a sought after brand amongst streetwear collectors and hype beasts chasing a certain era. With the volume of ’90’s nostalgia still on high, The North Face is hitting all the right notes by digging into their archives for their latest drop. The iconic 1994 Retro Mountain Light Jacket is available in various colour-ways for both men and women at thenorthface.com.