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Supreme continues its ever-rotating carousel of collaborations with a banger, and this time the streetwear deity renews its longstanding relationship with The North Face.

Once again, there’s a diverse selection of tops, bottoms, and accessories, all exacted with functional appeal. While Supreme x North Face’s last spring collection was peppered with prints, the latest feat takes a more pared-back but colorful approach.

There’s an eclectic palette at work, including some decorative patches featuring the US flag. It’s a stark move away from the brand’s mainline SS17 collection, featuring plenty of loud, politically-charged motifs but definitely indulges the North Face’s heritage as an explorative, outdoor brand.

The collection itself includes the Trans Antarctica Expedition Pullover, Pant, Fleece Jacket, Big Haul Backpack and Headband. There’s no shortage of functional appeal, given that the the pullover and pant come with Gore-Tex nylon with the seams fully sealed, as well as a durable waterproof construction and reflective patches.

The fleece jacket features Polartec fleece and has reflective patches sewn on. For accessories, the backpack boasts a 1000D TPE fabric laminate body for some very serious, military-grade waterproof steez. Finally, there’s the headband that might just be the most versatile offering of the bunch, boasting logos from both Supreme and North Face and cementing another harmonious union between the two brands.

Supreme x The North Face SS17 is set to launch at Supreme’s locations in New York, Los Angeles and Paris, as well as its online store on March 30. For the first time, Supreme x The North Face will also be available at Dover Street Market New York from March 30.

For those in Japan, you’ll have to wait until the April 1 release. Supreme has already released pricing of the items, and it can be seen below.

Gore-Tex® Pullover: $488
Gore-Tex® Pant: $368
Polartec® Fleece Jacket: $268
Big Haul Backpack: $158
Headband: $54

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