The North Face has dropped its latest winter-ready range in the DRT collection, just in time for those who love to shred the slopes. Providing warmth and durability, the capsule collection is not only stylish and durable, it’s also sustainable thanks to the use of 100% recycled polyester.
Inspired by unpredictable wildman Austin Smith, The North Face DRT Collection encapsulates his free-roaming spirit to perfect his craft and live sustainably. The collection also features everything you’d need to survive in a chilling tundra with a khaki/black Jacket, Mid Layer Down and Ski Pants all taken care off.
The DRT collection also continues The North Face’s commitment to innovation and the environment by providing a market solution for a growing problem. The new range produced with 100% recycled polyester and the Ski Pants even come with a repair kit to let you patch things up season after season.
The standout DRT Jacket is made with waterproof fabric, which provides an impenetrable moisture barrier for guaranteed dryness, and is also lightweight enough to ensure breathability, helping to regulate body temperature and keep you comfortable.
The North Face DRT Collection is available now on The North Face Website and in select The North Face stores. Prices start at £120 for the DRT Mid Layer Down Jacket and rise to £315 for the DRT Jacket.
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