Forums | The North Face Alpine Project Soft Shell Jacket - REVIEW
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With the mantra, Never Stop Exploring, The North Face (TNF) is known for creating clothing for a variety of climates and conditions. Although TNF was named after the coldest side of a mountain, it actually got its start back in 1966, far from the cold, in the North Beach neighbourhood of San Francisco. Since its inception, TNF has been known for sponsoring expeditions to far-flung corners of the world including trips to Nepal, India, Pakistan, Chad and Australia. More recently TNF started Planet Explore and the Explore Fund, which is a project dedicated to giving bursaries to non-profit community organizations with the goal of getting youth into the outdoors.
New to TNF Alpine collection, the Women’s Alpine Project Soft Shell was created to compliment the Alpine Project Shell. It was designed for alpine climbing as seen by its fit and fabric, but can be used as a stand alone layer in milder weather or as a mid-layer for a variety of sports year round.