The North Face Teams Up With Girl Scouts to Support Those Affected by COVID-19
The meaningful collaboration is modeled by professional climber Maureen Beck.
Following a collaboration with Brain Dead, The North Face has joined forces with Girl Scouts once again for a meaningful partnership featuring a range of limited-edition T-shirts. The designs, aiming to empower girls, are released to support those affected by COVID-19.
Arriving in four iterations, the tees sport a muted color palette with TNF and Girl Scouts’ logos printed on the left chest. On the back, the slogan “…To Make the World A Better Place.” is placed at the center along with Girl Scout badges. The collection is modeled by professional climber Maureen Beck, who will be participating as a panelist alongside Youth Outside CEO Kim Moore Bailey for the two brands’ upcoming “Campfire Chat,” which will host talks on the wellness benefits of getting active outdoors.
Peep the Girl Scouts x TNF limited-edition tees below. The range is set to drop soon over at the outdoor label’s web store.