'National Geographic' & The North Face Drop Limited "Bottle Source" T-Shirts

“THIS T-SHIRT WAS TRASH.”

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The North Face joins forces with National Geographic to celebrate a valuable part of America’s culture: its national parks. The limited edition “Bottle Source” tees are crafted from repurposed plastic sourced from bottles recycled from the waste streams of some of the country’s most famous public spaces, including Yosemite, the Great Smoky Mountains, and Grand Teton. Over 160,000 pounds of plastic bottles were diverted from the parks, which was then utilized to create the limited black and white T-shirts. Contrasting prints include co-branding and a monochrome photo of Earth, with “THIS T-SHIRT WAS TRASH” printed on each tee.

Shop the range on National Geographic‘s website while supplies last.

Most recently, we took a look at Supreme and The North Face’s snakeskin-heavy Spring/Summer 2018 drop.

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