The North Face Black Label, channels the storied history, high performance fabrics and quality construction the brand is know for through a contemporary streetwear lens. Resulting in a selection of more wearable / casual silhouettes that transition effortless from the outdoors to the city, the label conjures a stylish aesthetic that still offers plenty of environmental protection.
Taking cues from heritage eighties and nineties silhouettes the diffusion line gives way to fresh interpretations of iconic The North Face jackets. Ranging from the classic Mountain Jacket and Denali Fleece to modern updates to The North Face Puffer jackets such as the Nuptse Jacket and Lhoste Jacket, you can also find a selection of t-shirts, caps, backpacks and more emblazoned with the revered half-dome logo.
Staying true to The North Faces’s brand ethos sustainability plays a huge role in the production and life cycle of their products. Through the incorporation of recycled materials, environmentally conscious sources / suppliers and a self critical approach the design team make deliberate efforts to reduce their impact on a wider scale.