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Supreme x The North Face Spring 2022 Trekking Collection

After taking a bit of a hiatus from its collaboration series, Supreme and The North Face have teamed up once again. The two labels have aligned for a new Spring 2022 collection, offering a dose of eye-catching style and functionality. The new collection revamps The North Face’s Trekking line, doing so with elevated streetwear sensibilities. The collection consists of an array of staples from the outdoors imprint, including jackets, pants, shirts, caps, bags, backpacks, and more.

One standout is the Trekking Convertible Jacket, constructed of recycled nylon, boasting zip-off sleeves at the elbow and shoulder. The rest of the collection includes matching details found on the matching Trekking Zip-Off Belted Pant, packable Trekking Belted Short, Short Sleeve Shirt, Soft Bill Camp Cap, Crusher, and convertible Backpack + Waist Bag.

Each piece features the same sustainable and resistant composition, while other styles are host to embroidered logos. Other standouts from the new collaboration include the Bandana Hooded Sweatshirt, Sweatpant, and Tee. The range introduces a bold bandana motif that offers a dose of seasonal style.

The lineup is finished off by the Trekking Sandal, which includes nylon ripstop and open mesh uppers, while finished off with lug rubber outsoles, buckle closures, and printed logo webbing straps. The Supreme x The North Face Spring 2022 Trekking collaboration is slated to arrive via Supreme on June 9, 11 a.m. EDT in the United States and June 11, 11 a.m. JST in Japan.

Take a closer look at this eye-catching new collection in the images below and pick up your favorites asap. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more style and streetwear selections coming very soon.

Photos via Supreme/The North Face

Written by Jesse James

Author, Audiophile, Style connoisseur, & Sneakerhead. Passionate for life and happiness!

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