The North Face: what’s new for Fall/Winter 2015?

The Californian brand unveiled its new products for the winter to come. There are lots to see, especially in terms of down jackets. 4 new jackets will be joining the brand’s collection. The Quince Pro is a DWR-coated, water-resistant shell that can also be used as a mid layer. The Continuum is a must for alpinism and really low temperatures. The Verto Prima is a more insulated version of the Verto Micro, made from Quantum Pertex GL fabric. Last but not least, the DNP is a sustainably produced down jacket that combines insulation (with its PrimaLoft Gold fabric) and high mobility.

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For those who prefer other kinds of jacket, the new North Face collection will be providing some interesting items. The Himalayan is an extra-long parka which¬†will be the ideal ally for winter mountaineering. If you plan on going out in a cold wet weather, the Nanavik is a product of choice: with its hood, waterproof shell and synthetic Heathseeker insulation, it will protect you thoroughly. The design of this 2 products is certainly appealing, but won’t match this 1985 Rage Insulated Moutain Jacket. Conceived as a celebration for the 30 years of the mountain jacket, its vintage look as well as the sealed 2L HyVent fabric might seduce more than one mountain-lover.

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