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Junya Watanabe continues his on-going collaboration with The North Face on this backpack jacket dubbed the Dayhiker Lumber jacket. Equipped with a hood, adjustable toggles and a sleek backpack design on the back that allows stoarge without adding bulk. The jacket is part of the spring/summer 2021 collection and will be available at stockists including Luisviaroma. Be sure to check out SSENSE’s end of season sale as well if you’re looking for more budget-minded Junya options.

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This North Face Steep Tech Down Jacket merges the history of the Steep Tech sub-label and makes it compatible with dressing in 2021. With a boxy, oversize fit, and 700-fill of super warming responsibly-sourced down it’s got an extremely clean silhouette and minimal looks. It’s made from durable nylon ripstop that blocks wind. Key features include t exposed-zip, top-entry pocket and adjustable Velcro cuffs.

Available at SNS

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The North Face is wise in bringing back their Steep Tech line in its full glory. This TNF Steep Tech Full-Zip Fleece is made from quick-drying, sweat-wicking, and super soft recycled polyester fleece with a water repellent overlay on the shoulders. The yellow, grey and black colors are a homage to the heydey of Steep Tech and give you the look without the hassle of trying to track down the actual vintage garments.

Available at SNS and SSENSE.

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Junya Watanabe continues his streak of working with outerwear brands for the spring summer 2019 season. Watanabe teams up with both Karrimor and The North Face for some lighter jackets appropriate for warmer weather.

While the fall collections featured bulkier cuts and heavier duty materials, the spring collection emphasizes subtlety. Items include a dark navy technical parka and a fairly low-key camouflage coaches jacket. Expect items to show up at shops including SSENSE soon.


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The North Face has been expanding their collaborative program finding select talent around the world to utilize the company’s considerable resources and production methods to craft new approaches to technical outerwear. North Face Black is a sub-line that is offered at select retailers at a premium pricepoint. For the latest collection, The North Face have tapped Japanese designer Kazuki Kuraishi to remix a variety of classic winter items, including parkas and mountain jackets to branded tees and climbing pants. The collection is quite cohesive , favoring a black, navy and olive green palette. The pieces have a vintage feel to them and utilize fabric technologies including Primaloft and Pertex to flip Kuraishi’s patterns into something functional.

Visit the The North Face Black Series’ Site to see a full list of stockists which will be release the collection shortly.

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The backpack jackets that Junya Watanabe designed in collaboration with The North Face was one of the most memorable outerwear pieces to drop last winter. They flew off shelves and were a must have for both Junya loyalists and North Face heads. The concept returns in similar executions from both The North Face and Karrimor with all the requisite detail including hidden pockets, fit-adjusting pull tabs and zippered closures.

The Junya Watanabe x The North Face Trail Pack Jacket is now at Japanese stockists is listed on ZOZOTOWN’s site for  a retail price of ¥205,200 JPY, with the Karrimor counterparts available for ¥248,400 JPY.  Look for them to arrive at Western stockists including END soon.

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Last year saw the rollout of the first items from North Face’s collaboration with Junya Watanabe. Perhaps the best of the whole lot however just recently dropped. The made in Japan collab in delivering a highly functional jacket that features all kinds of technical detailing throughout – inspired by TNF’s original Terra 65 backpack. A patchworked masterpiece of water-resistant  materials, this style is highly adaptable – featuring toggles and elastics at the hood and helming. Tasteful. Branding punctuates the look throughout, and alongside multiple pockets and backpack detailing. This is a show stealer and a must have for any serious technical outerwear fan. The only downside might be the hefty retail price, coming in at over $2000. It’s available now at END.

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One of the highlights from June Watanabe’s outerwear collaboration with the North Face. Inspired by 90’s North Face and the culture around the brand, the coat is constructed from wool twill and technical canvas. Tons of details on this one including drawstrings, a detachable faux-fur trim hood and concealed zip closure with button placket at the front. The only thing not to like is the heft price point on this piece, you can get it over at SSENSE.

 

 

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When Junya showed his fall/winter 2018 collection, the standout pieces were definitely his collaboration pieces with North Face. Pulling both from the vintage North Face archive as well as Junya’s signature detailing. Included among the drop are zip hoodies, varsity jackets and an oxford jacket. The entire selection is available online at Dover Street Market.

Other shops include COMME des GARCONS stores and The North Face flagships will have the collection.

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The North Face shell has been a staple of American style for decades now. The brand has superseded it’s hiking/outdoors heritage to come to reached an unrivaled status in streetwear. While the brand has been doing exclusive collaborations with the likes of Supreme and Stussy for years, North Face now has a capsule collection of higher quality repros based on it’s vintage archive.

This  breatahle HyVent hooded jacket brings back the Mountain Parka in it’s full glory.  A fully adjustable, peaked hood, contrasting panels to the arms and shoulders and retro branded details really makes this piece stand apart from the type of North Face jackets you can find at the mall. Get this piece over at Size? for £165.00.

 

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