Snowboard Style Hits the Streets With Latest '94 Rage Collection From The North Face

Retro influences meet modern apparel technology.

Presented by The North Face
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Inspired by the patterns and cuts seen sliding down the slopes in the 1990s, The North Face presents its latest ‘94 Rage Collection. With an eye-catching graphic pattern reminiscent of the early CGI imagery of the era, the collection consists of the Classic Fleece Pullover, Waterproof Synthetic Insulated jacket and ski pants, all in distinct yellow and pink colorways, as well as a series of accessories including a ‘92 Rage bum-bag, fleece caps and footwear.

Intentionally vivid so as to stand out against the white of the ski-slope, the rebooted iteration is designed to make a similar impression in the grey expanse of the modern city. Check out the lookbook and get a better look at the pieces in the galleries above. The full collection is available now on The North Face web store and in select The North Face retail locations.

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