The North Face's Cryos Line Explores Cold-Weather Resistance

Truly cold weather ready.

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Continuing to create progressive cold-weather outfitting, The North Face recently launched its new Cryos line with a debut Fall/Winter 2018 collection.

Exploring the relationship of urban living and cold weather resistance, the emerging line is the latest expression of TNF’s extensive research and innovation. The debut Cryos collection features multi-wear garments constructed of an array of textiles made to withstand wind and water and insulate. Some notable pieces include the anorak style 3L New Winter Cagoule, heavy duty Expedition GTX Parka and the strategically quilted Insulated Scarf.

Check out the items above and shop The North Face Cryos FW18 collection now at select retailers like HAVEN.

For more contemporary fashion, Colmar A.G.E. by Shayne Oliver’s outlandish Fall/Winter 2018 outerwear is available now.

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The North Face Cryos Fall/Winter 2018 Collection

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