The North Face Red Takes It Back to 1966 With Its Latest Collection

Featuring a collection of Windstopper pieces.

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The North Face takes a proud look back at its earlier lineage with the unveiling of its latest drop from the Red Line. Tried, tested and true to its roots of creating technically sound outerwear while successfully tying in elements of contemporary design, the collection proves the ideal intersection of both style and substance. The range itself features a collection of Windstopper pieces in the form of functional jackets and button-down shirts, while a vest and crewneck pullovers do well as inner layer-type items. Select pieces from The North Face Red line are available now at Slam Jam Socialism.

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