The North Face Presents Its Innovative Black Series Aluminium Tyvek Collection

Packed with hidden features.

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Touching down in London and Berlin, the latest capsule collection from The North Face has arrived. Arriving exclusively in the brand’s Urban Exploration stores in each city on March 8th, the limited edition range consists of outerwear, sweatshirts and a T-shirt. Taking the brand’s outdoor survival mantra to the next level, the pieces feature a variety of unique hidden features, including a fully functional ‘emergency cape’ hidden in a pouch on the Coach Windwall Jacket, and a respirator mask in the hood of the Mountain Raincoat.

The collection strongly follows the brand’s theme of “Shelter” that it’s adopted for the Spring/Summer 2018 season. Have a scroll through the gallery above to get a better look and also check out the latest release from the brand’s Japanese arm, The North Face Purple Label; a collaboration with retailer Beauty & Youth.

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