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We partnered with @MaggieRogers to pair her new single ‘Split Stones’ with the release of Ventrix, our latest cold weather technology. Our insulated Ventrix jacket works when you do, releasing excess body heat through dynamic ventilation that opens and closes with motion. These micro vents balance warmth and breathability as you move through any activity in wet, cold conditions. Shop the Ventrix Jacket by clicking the link in our bio and visit thenorthface.com/releaseproject to unlock the full song. #Ventrix

Good for your feet - or for your meters (if you're into that). Take a new approach to comfort with our Mountain Sneaker. Photo of @DaWoods89

Warm your dome, not the globe with our Climate Beneficial wool beanie. Photo of @MargoJain by @Jan_Novak_Photography

Braapcountry. Photo by @JakeDyson /@SherpasCinema

“Growing up my experience in the outdoors included mostly kids who looked like me.  When I was 16 years old, I traveled to Alaska for a backpacking course in the Talkeetna Range.  On that course, I was one of two black kids out of the entire group.  It wasn’t until that moment that I realized there was and remains a tremendous adventure gap. More people of color should experience what it feels like to come alive in the outdoors. The future depends on it.” - @Tyrhee.Moore, a member of the first all African American Denali Expedition. Photos by @_ClaytonBoyd_ and Hudson Henry #ClimbWalls

"The trails plus the people of UTMB make it safe to say these mountains and this race series are forever ingrained in me. We owe future generations the opportunity to experience this stuff: whether it's the trails, people, and/or races. That takes conservation and protection of open land." - @Clare_Gallagher_Runs. We couldn't have said it better ourselves. Congratulations for winning the CCC at Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc yesterday in Chamonix Clare. Photos by @Kirsten.Kortebein

Clear skies, full hearts. Photo by @RepoMeister

“Climbing can be a variety of things, but for me it has been an exploration of the physical world as well as of my own self.  I’ve discovered more about who I am as a human and my connections to others through climbing than anything else in my life.  It’s been my vehicle for experiencing the world and a testing ground for my perceived limitations and potential.  I believe that giving others the opportunity to challenge themselves, connect with people, and discover their own passion is incredibly powerful.  It can change lives, build stronger communities, and create a better world.” - @EmilyAHarrington. Photos by @LouderThan11, @CBezamat, and @Jimmy_Chin. #ClimbWalls

Climb comfy, camp comfy. Say hello to our furry friend, the Campshire (link in bio.) Photos by @_ClaytonBoyd_

No hangboard, no problem. Our women's tee is back in stock, shop the collection and share the message with the link in our bio. Photo of @Pfaff_Anna by @Sav.Cummins

“The more I've climbed, met people, spent time at gyms that foster affirming LGBTQ positive spaces, the more I've found a community of people with whom I share not just a passion for climbing, but also a queer identity, a shared sense of support and empowerment that goes beyond nailing that crux pitch.” - Emily Carraux, an instructor with @OutThereAdv. Photos by @_ClaytonBoyd_ #ClimbWalls

Things are starting to look up. Photo of @EmilyAHarrington by @TaraKerzhner

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