The North Face and HipHop
The North Face has been affiliated with different subcultures since the late 80’s. One of those cultures is the hiphop culture, from which clothing fits perfectly. In Wutang’s Method Man music video clip from 1993, The North Face Steep jacket appeared. That same style Supreme released in 2016 as a collab with The North Face. And through the 90’s, The North Face was present in more and more photoshoots and video clips from different rappers. Together with Carhart WIP, Helly Hansen and Timberland, that have the same origin from making work wear, The North Face has been seen everywhere and has items that are timeless. Nowadays, The North Face is seen with different grime rappers from London, like Skepta or Stormzy. If you attend a show of one of the artists, no doubt you’ll see a The North Face logo; worn by the artists and fans.
The North Face shirts
Shirts from The North Face are made form an excellent quality so they handle the most bare and rough weather circumstances. Thereby, The North Face thinks it’s important for products to last long. The North Face is doing this by making their shirts of a cotton blend.
Blouses from The North Face are in different colours and sizes, so everyone has a shirts as they wish. With the tees, check also the corresponding jackets or hoodies to finish your outfit off!
The North Face shirts at FRESHCOTTON
At FRESHCOTTON we’re always trying to offer a wide selection The North Face shirts for you to choose. This can be all-time classics from The North Face, but also the newest releases. Besides The North Face shirts we also have nice fanny packs and jackets. Take a look around at the The North Face shop and don’t forget to add your favourite item to your shopping cart!
How The North Face has changed
When mentioning The North Face, most people will think of middle-aged dads that drive a Volvo and walk the dog without caring what they’re wearing. As long as it’s comfortable. Because that’s what dads do: wearing comfy and useful clothes. But nowadays, The North Face claims a whole different face and makes collabs with brands like Supreme and Junya Watanabe. It’s worn by football fans, graffiti, hip-hop artists and loads of other subcultures.