Earlier this year The North Face updated its expansive outerwear range with a style that acknowledges some of its heritage, with the 1995 Retro Denali Jacket bringing back a simple fleece style that gained prominence in the decade.
Now, the brand has supplied the style with two new colorways: a classic camouflage pattern, and a vivid canary yellow. Both variations feature the same color-blocked designs that was seen on the first Denali Jacket launch, with the black material on either side of the chest offering the bright fleece components plenty of contrast. The black material is also featured on the exterior forearms, which also helps to prevent the fleece from getting damaged or wearing down.
While the 90s-inspired style takes the brand back in time, its construction is more modern -- with the brand opting to use more sustainable practices by crafting each jacket with 100% recycled fleece. While the Denali Jacket makes for a great retro piece that can easily be incorporated into everyday wear, it still packs all the functionality it was originally designed for -- with a rugged construction, zip-in capabilities, and breathable pit zips making it perfect for outdoor expeditions.