The North Face "Unlimited" Puts a Modern Twist on the Classic Shirt

Expressing comfort, design and functionality.

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The North Face’s “Unlimited” collection recently released its take on the classic shirt. Looking to modernize the wardrobe staple, The North Face utilizes a unique pattern design built around ergonomics to offer functionality and comfort while updating the silhouette. The “SCIENCE OF MOVEMENT (SoM)” pattern design is made to cope with sudden climate change as it works in unison with the pressure bonded high-performance textile. Offering versatility and unrestricted movement the modernized shirt allows for truly everyday wear.

Check out the concept video for The North Face “Unlimited” collection’s modernized shirt below and take a look at the outdoors specialists recent collaboration with Supreme.

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