You would expect a brand that got its start in specialty, hiking and backpacking performance gear, a brand that is, not coincidentally, named after the most inhospitable, harshest part of a mountain, to be, well, worn on mountainsides by hikers, climbers, skiers and other outdoor adventures seekers the world over.
Check the streets of any major city in the world once the temperature starts dropping, and you’ll see more North Face than you can keep up with. That’s because The North Face legacy of technical innovation, performance, and style resonated from the peaks, forests, and trails, all the way back to everyday, urban civilization.
The graphics and colors of the relaxed-fit Men’s Trans-Antarctica Expedition Pant celebrate the 1990 International Trans-Antarctic Expedition, a cooperative effort that first drew global attention to the perils of climate change. This waterproof, breathable pant has articulated knees and a super-comfy taffeta lining.
Pull-on, elasticated waistband with drawcord for adjustability
Designed with details from the original 1990 International Trans-Antarctic Expedition
Embroidered logos on left and right thigh
Secure-zip hand pockets and back pocket
Waterproof, breathable, seam-sealed DryVent™ 2L shell with non-PFC DWR finish helps keep you dry