Only the most hardcore of cyclists are able to ride the streets all year round, but the North Face Purple Label 2012 Fall/Winter outerwear collection makes the ride a little easier for those dare to try. The collection itself is titled 'Cycling Style.' The editorial was shot around nanamica Daikanyama store and features models on bikes showcasing four new jacket designs.
Two of the jackets in the collection are parkas made form 65/35 Bay head cloth, which refers to the 65 percent polyester and 35 percent cotton make up of the material. The MA-1 jacket is made from PERTEX, and the final jacket of the collection is a reversible camo jacket that can have a wool or weatherproof outside.
Grab one of the North Face Purple Label 2012 jackets to make cycling around town a bit more tolerable in the colder months.
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