The North Face rainwear collection returns for the new season, bringing breathable-waterproof protection to the trails and the streets, providing protection in any downpour to ensure adventure never stops.
With three key styles, including the iconic Dryzzle silhouette and the new West Basin and Antora fits, the rainwear collection has a style suitable for discovering new possibilities this spring.
Back for another season, the Dryzzle jacket returns. Featuring seam sealed FUTURELIGHT technology that adds air permeability to a waterproof membrane, to help wick sweat away from the body. The men’s jacket includes a fully adjustable good, rolled forward hems and a waist adjuster to provide the perfect fit, whilst the women’s jacket has a longer length and brimmed hood to provide unbeatable shelter.
The new West Basin jacket is made with 27% plant-based sources, making it a kinder choice for nature, yet never compromising on performance. Engineered with three-layer, seam-sealed DryVent technology, it’s waterproof, breathable and protects against light winds. An added membrane for additional warmth helps to lock heat in during the colder moments exploring, whilst elasticated cuffs and an adjustable hood make it suitable for any conditions.
With classic The North Face colour blocking, the Antora jacket comes with a waterproof DryVent shell, able to repel wind and rain. Made from recycled materials, the Antora minimises the impact on the planet, whilst protecting wearers from the elements.
The new styles will land in a variety of colourways throughout April and May and will be available at The North Face stores, select retailers and online at www.thenorthface.com. For more information from The North Face be sure to follow us on social.
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