The North Face

Walls Are Meant For Climbing

@AshimaShiraishi working through an unclimbed project in Grampians National Park, Australia. Photo by @CrossroadStudios
The Mountain Jacket is a heavy-duty veteran of many Himalayan and polar expeditions. First introduced as part of an alpine system to protect climbers and mountaineers from extreme elements, the Mountain Jacket has since become a standard for durable, protective outerwear. See the jacket in our bio.
It is estimated that 90 percent of an iceberg's volume is below the surface, while only 10 percent is visible above the surface. So here's a photo of @Pfaff_Anna taking the easy way out. Photo by @TimKemple
Designed for climbers, by climbers. Check out our Beyond the Wall collection in our bio. Photo of @WhoIsLindsay by @Greg_Mionske
There are many forms of travel involved in outdoor exploration, all which have some level of environmental impact. In 2016, we worked to create a calculator that can tell us the exact carbon footprint of our expeditions. Our most recent #TNFAntarctica17 , marked the first expedition in which this calculator was implemented. We used that information to offset those emissions by replanting forests with our partners at The Conservation Fund. Photo by @Pablo_Durana
Taking it all in. @MargoJain on 'Reykjavik Energy' (9a) in the Tramuntana Mountains, Mallorca. Photo by @TaraKerzhner
Introducing the Beyond the Wall collection, our new indoor climbing gear designed in collaboration with @BookOfSamuel to hold up to the rigors of training. See the collection in our bio.
Bell to bell. Photo of @Sav.Cummins by @_Drew_Smith_
Hot dogs and Himalayan Suits. Photo of @AustinBSmith and @Jake_Blauvelt by @BlattPhoto
@BookOfSamuel and @Renan_Ozturk moonwalking in Iceland. Photo by @TimKemple
A love story about @AustinBSmith and his birthday suit.
Don’t need no credit card to ride this train. Photo by @Colin_Wise_Man
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