The Sleeping the north face cyber monday Bag will keep you warm on the chilliest nights with Heatseekerâ¢ Eco insulation and a poly water-resistant shell. The Traction Mule shoe comes with a water-resistant ripstop upper with PrimaLoftÂ® ThermoBallâ¢ insulation. The ETIP Glove is constructed with 4-way stretch fleece and a silicone gripper palm pattern. Lastly, the Rolling Thunder Bag features a water-resistant ballistic nylon shell. All items come in a black, blue, or red bandana print. The collaboration between Supreme and The North Face is always one of the most anticipated of the year, and in the past has produced such iconic pieces as the Expedition Jacket and the Nuptse Jacket in rabbit pelt print and a cheetah print version that everyone, from Drake to Tyga to A$AP Rocky, copped. If you couldn't cough up the $1000+ it cost for one of those Supreme x Stone Island parkas, you'll be happy to hear that this collaborative jacket will be more affordable at $368. The Supreme x The North Face Winter 2014 collection will be available at The North Face in-store and online in New York, Los Angeles, and London starting Nov. 20, followed by a Japanese release on Nov. 27. When Supreme teams up with the North Face it's always epic, and this latest drop is no exception. For winter '14 they've got a complete collection that ranges from jackets to luggage and everything in between.
Included in the bandana-themed drop is an all new Mountain Parka that is waterproof and breathable as well as matching fleece eTip gloves. The water resistant ripstop ThermoBall Traction Mule will keep your feet toasty and dry and the Heatseeker Eco insulated Sleeping Bag will do the same for your body as well. You'll be able to stuff all of this in the Rolling Thunder bag that doubles as an oversized duffel and features the same waterproof bandana print as well. The limited edition drop will hit Supreme's New York, Los Angeles and London locations on Nov. 20 and Japan on Nov. 22. The North Face has always been about getting people outdoors. The brand's new campaign -- the largest in company history -- takes a more personal approach to encouraging consumers to explore the lands around them. "The whole point of this spot was really to tap an emotional chord with people -- to connect with people emotionally about the idea of exploration," said Aaron Carpenter, VP-global marketing at The North Face. "We've always been a brand that's always been associated with Everest and pushing your personal boundaries, and we wanted to make that a little more personal with people." The campaign centers around a spot called "Your Land," featuring a cover of Woody Guthrie's "My Land is Your Land," performed by the American rock band My Morning Jacket.
The North Face is making a big push to expand its brand. At the end of October, the company launched a new campaign called "Your Land," its most expensive marketing effort to date; now a source tells us that it might have opened an agency review as well. First, the spot created by Mekanism (with web experience designed by Colorado's Factory Design Labs), which will make its TV debut during this week's edition of Sunday Night Football: For the record, we really hope the surfer in this spot wasn't trying to bring his board on the L train at rush hour. We know that North Face chose Factory Design Labs as its AOR in 2007 and that Mekanism took over the TV portion of the account recently, hence the credits on this new campaign (which has earned coverage in Fast Company, The New York Times, and other pubs). A source tells us that, as part of this new initiative â which sees the company increasing its marketing spend by 50 percent â the rest of The North Face business is currently in review. We've yet to receive confirmation or information about which agencies might be involved. Updates when they come in and credits for north face cyber monday 2014 the ad above after the jump via Adhugger. There are more meatless, grass-fed, and cruelty-free alternatives for food, leather, and fur than ever before. And now the outerwear industry is spreading a wake-up call about down: The goose and duck feathers in our winter jackets and bedding can be more sinister than they seem.
VF seems to be running ahead of its goal of reaching $17 billion in revenue by 2017, in the view of BB&T analysts. The company's shares deserve a premium based on "consistent execution of multiple simultaneous organic expansion plans as well as a robust M&A platform due to the superior leadership of management," Freedman wrote. Good things could be on the way from Timberland. "We believe assumptions embedded in the apparel projections for the brand may be conservative and could contribute to more upside to long-term operating margin projections for the brand," Freedman wrote. It was really exciting to see that acknowledgement for this great content. At The North Face we're always looking for ways to bring our passion for exploration closer to people. We began partnering with Vice on its "Far Out" films in 2009 with "Heimo's Arctic Refuge." The series featured Vice staffers going to far off regions of the world to meet with unique explorers, and telling their stories. We did this because of the alignment, as the films offered insights into the lives of individuals that truly live The North Face philosophy to never stop exploring. Vice selected the far out regions and produced and edited the entire series. We supported with product and some directional insights throughout the sponsorship discussions while the series was led by the extremely talented Vice team. I loved all the episodes and the team's ability to tell us these incredible people's stories, though I suppose Agafia's Taiga Life is my personal favorite because I've spent some time in Russia and know the language. It was interesting tonorth face cyber monday sale see such a vastly different aspect of life there.