From factory floor to shop floor, The North Face introduces sustainable apparel manufactured from recycled clothing

Stabio, Switzerland, 15th July – The North Face brings sustainable summer wear, revived from the factory floors, and recreated for exploring, with the Reduce Collection.

Featuring 100% recycled materials and crafted using leftover trim and fabrics, the new collection has been designed for the wild, whilst protecting it for the next wave of explorers.

It aims to raise awareness of the benefits of recycling and repurposing with quality, as well as being part of the brand’s commitment to sustainable innovation and preserving wild places.

Landing in four different colourways, the key pieces include the Graphic Crew Long-Sleeve, the signature Short-Sleeve Tee and the Reduce shorts in cardinal red or TNF black to complete the look when you reunite with nature.

The collection is available to buy now on and in select The North Face stores. To keep up to date on future launches, follow @thenorthfaceuk on Instagram, and @thenorthface on Facebook.


The North Face, a division of VF Outdoor, LLC, was founded in 1966 with the goal of preparing outdoor athletes for the rigors of their next adventure. Today we are the world’s leading outdoor brand, creating athlete-tested, expedition-proven products that help people explore and test the limits of human potential. We protect our outdoor playgrounds and minimize our impact on the planet through programs that encourage sustainability.

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