The North Face has just announced the triumphant return of its 1995 Denali Jacket. While the Denali Jacket was first introduced in 1988, the ‘95 version became an instant hit for urban explorers and outdoor enthusiast alike thanks to its bold colors and technical fleece construction.
Ahead of its time, another positive attribute for the Denali Jacket is that, since 1996, The North Face has made the jackets from 100% recycled fleece.
Tim Hamilton, Global Creative Director, The North Face, adds, “Perhaps no single piece of apparel represents authentic outdoor culture more completely than the Denali. It’s synonymous with The North Face and has stood the test of time to become a truly legendary item, keeping its rebellious, pioneering spirit for the modern urban adventurer.”
Available in black, green, red, purple, and blue, the ‘95 Denali Fleece Jacket can be found now online and at TNF retail stores for $199 USD.
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