The North Face Dips Into The Archives To Revive The Search & Rescue Line

The North Face revives the Search & Rescue line from the 1990s this season, reinterpreting it for use in both the city and outdoors.

The North Face Search & Rescue
The North Face Search & Rescue
The North Face Search & Rescue
Back in the 1990s, The North Face released the Search & Rescue collection, with key fundamentals underpinning it. Firstly, it needed to be bright, so to allow teams to be visible when traversing mountains hazed by snow or cloud. Secondly, it had to capable of withstanding harsh conditions, meaning comfort, durability and technology were paramount.
The North Face Search & Rescue
The North Face Search & Rescue
The North Face Search & Rescue
This season, the label looks to the archives to revive the line, reinterpreting it for use within the city while retaining its ties to the mountains.
The North Face Search & Rescue
The North Face Search & Rescue
The North Face Search & Rescue
The collection includes two key pieces of outerwear, with the Dryvent™ jacket offering weatherproof protection and the down-filled jacket for superior warmth. A bold shade of red is used throughout the collection, too, to nod to the original line’s vibrant, visibility-enabling colours.
The North Face Search & Rescue
The North Face Search & Rescue
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