The North Face founded in 1966 by Douglas and Susie Tompkins was filling a void for climbers. But for kids growing up in the suburbs, it was a jacket that represented the hustle of stolen goods and an overall tech jacket good for any climate. The versatility of being rainproof in Northern California and warm was always key. Also for some reason, it always matched really well with most Air Maxes.

This video represents nothing of that but with the rich history and stories of my own personal accounts, I’ve stayed loyal throughout the years. This video illustrates how it is truly battle-tested for any extreme and highlights the cinematography of beautiful aerial shots. Check out the video below


<p><a href=”″>A Love Letter to Winter</a> from <a href=””>The North Face</a> on <a href=””>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>

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