Diving into its archives, The North Face has re-issued one of its most popular designs from all the way back in 1994, the Mountain Light GTX Jacket. The jacket arrives in Aztec Blue and High-Rise Grey and features a simple, enduring color-blocking design combined with several functional details that have since become synonymous with The North Face’s outerwear pieces.
Constructed from a waterproof Gore-Tex two layer fabric, the body of the jacket is lightweight and breathable and features a two-piece, fully adjustable hood that can be folded into the lining of the collar. For added comfort, bungee adjustment cords allow for cinching at the waist and hem. Get a better look at the pieces in the 1994-inspired shoot above and head over to The North Face web store to pick one up now.