The North Face's Latest "Seven Summits" Collection Is Made out of Recycled Materials
Sourced from the base of Mount Everest.
For its latest “Seven Summits” collection, The North Face has unveiled new garments crafted from recycled materials collected from the grounds of the most famous summit in the world – Mount Everest. As part of the brand’s sustainable initiative to help restore the Earth’s environment, its Bottle Source T-shirts have been manufactured using plastic bottles collected in the Indian Himalayan Watershed.
The label’s waterproof, breathable and lightweight FUTURELIGHT tech arrives in a selection of silhouettes including the 7SE jacket 1994, Retro Mountain Light pant and Mountain Lite cap. Garments in the collection sport a bold pink or versatile black color palette, complete with customizable VELCRO® patches. Take a detailed look at all the items in the gallery below.
The North Face’s “Seven Summits” collection is set to drop on February 12 at The North Face’s website, stores and select retailers. In related news, check out the label’s Urban Exploration x Kazuki Kuraishi’s Spring/Summer 2020 capsule here.